Monday, August 20, 2012

Presidential Election 2012 - #4144 - 'Fool Me Twice' by Aaron Klein: Obama's Plans for a Second Term - A New Book Gives Us a Glimpse of Obama Part II - American Thinker (2) The Most Divisive Campaign in American History - Canada Free Press

Has Obama got plans for you. New York Times best selling author, Aaron Klein, reveals Obama's blueprint for transforming America if he gets his second term. Klein's newly released book, Fool Me Twice is a game changer. Despite exhaustive research and documentation, the left has already tried to dismiss his work as a "Hate book". Here is a WND highlight. (1) Government-funded, neighborhood-based programs to better integrate the newly amnestied immigrants into society, including education centers and health-care centers. A "federal solution" to ensure that the amnestied immigrants are treated "equitably" across the United States. (2) The re-creation of a 21st century version of Franklin Roosevelt's Works Progress Administration program within the Department of Labor that would oversee a massive new bureaucracy and millions of new federal jobs. (3) Specific plans for a National Infrastructure Bank: This entity would "evaluate and finance infrastructure projects of substantial regional and national importance" and would finance "transportation infrastructure, housing, energy, telecommunications, drinking water, waste water and other infrastructures." (4) Wresting control of the military budget from Congress by attempting to place an "independent panel" in charge of military spending while slashing the defense budget in shocking ways.  Read more......

The Most Divisive Campaign in America History - Canada Free Press -  In 1980, when President Reagan asked Americans, “Are you better off now than you were four years ago”, it was still possible to campaign on a theme as simple as the job performance of the other guy. But now, 32 years later, the campaign hinges on a much more fundamental split among the voting population. Romney appeals to voters who are dissatisfied with the last four years. Obama appeals to voters who are dissatisfied with America. This basic gap was obscured in the 2008 campaign by the window trappings of inspiration. Among all the plastic pillars and stolen quotes from poets who stole them from sermons, it was harder to see that the underlying theme of the campaign was dissatisfaction with America. But in 2012, Obama can no longer run as a reformer or an optimist. The coalition that he committed to last year is a coalition of those who are unhappy with America, not in the last four years, but in the last two-hundred years. Its core is composed of groups that fear democracy and distrust the will of the people. There is no optimism here, but a deeply rooted pessimism about human nature and the country as a whole. It is the Democratic Party’s coalition against democracy.  Read more..........

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