'We' are in deep trouble

My humble opinion leads me to believe that Socialism is closely related to Communism. The community organizer thru his stated promise to change the world’s greatest country, America, is leading us deeper into European Socialism. Can Communism be far behind?

Congress in their ineptness at honest governing live to maintain their lofty positions and watch as our once great nation continues its politically induced death spiral. The many government created parasitic among us, added to the apathetic ones, have outnumbered the few patriotic and believers of a Constitutional Republic until the self sufficient, independent, free thinking, working Americans are left with few options. Vote all out of office or rebel. Both allowed by the Declaration of Independence and Constitution.

The hubris displayed by Mr. Obama has to originate from a false pride as he still talks down to those he considers his subjects. Watch as he looks down over his nose when he speaks. His, or his backers, plan for America is being realized as we lose our personal freedoms, our global standing and wealth. He has issued over 900 executive orders giving government, power over everything worth anything.

He can assume control over all water, roads, electrical power, food, everything, except air, required to sustain life as we now know it. Only a tin pot egomaniac dictator would close open air WWII memorials. "We the people" are in deep trouble, not by a failing president, but by a carefully plotted plan, so far perfectly executed by our elected officials.

Keith Crosby

Newnan



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