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Bloviating Zeppelin: Obama: What will his second term look like?

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(in-ep-toc'-ra-cy) - a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Obama: What will his second term look like?


And this question posed in terms of the Demorats having a Supermajority in both the House and Senate for Mr Obama's first two years -- as well as total control of the White House during that time and now.

First and foremost, Mr Obama truly believes that the way you create jobs is to grow Government. The Private Sector doesn't provide the Equality -- with a capital E -- that Mr Obama fundamentally worships.

In Mr Obama's world, for example, those who transcend towards Art in its myriad and questionable forms should be PAID to be artists, in whatever manner they choose, on a par with those who are entrepreneurs and create businesses and jobs. No one person should be above another, and no one person should be paid or valued above another.

With the exception, of course, of Mr Obama and his political ilk.

All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others."
-- George Orwell, the novel "Animal Farm," (1945)

Ryan Lizza's article in The New Yorker entitled THE SECOND TERM and featured on Hugh Hewitt will provide some revelations and insight. Please allow me to briefly summarize in my own words: reduction and appeasement:
Obama has an ambitious second-term agenda, which, at least in broad ways, his campaign is beginning to highlight. The President has said that the most important policy he could address in his second term is climate change, one of the few issues that he thinks could fundamentally improve the world decades from now. He also is concerned with containing nuclear proliferation. In April, 2009, in one of the most notable speeches of his Presidency, he said, in Prague, “I state clearly and with conviction America’s commitment to seek the peace and security of a world without nuclear weapons.” He conceded that the goal might not be achieved in his lifetime but promised to take “concrete steps,” including a new treaty with Russia to reduce nuclear weapons and ratification of the 1996 Comprehensive Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty.
Further:
Obama’s advisers say it is more likely that the President would champion an issue with greater bipartisan support, such as immigration reform. Obama has also said that he hopes to have the time and the attention to address a more robust aid agenda for developing countries than he was able to muster in his first term.

If he wins, Obama will have less than eighteen months to pass a second wave of his domestic agenda, which has been stalled since late 2010 and has no chance of moving this year. His best opportunity for a breakthrough on energy policy, immigration, or tax reform would come in 2013.

There is an argument, common on the right, that if Obama is re-elected he will pursue a more ideological, even radical, agenda because he will be unbound by the moderating influence of another election. As Dick Morris, of Fox News, put it in March, “A second term for Obama would bring on a socialist nightmare Hellscape as he moves further to the left.”

This argument is often bolstered by noting that Obama recently told the Russian Prime Minister, Dmitry Medvedev, that he would have “more flexibility” to pursue negotiations on missile defense “after my election.”

Ed Morrissey, of the conservative blog Hot Air, warned that the comment should cause voters “to fear an Obama second term.”
Mr Obama will face another "debt limit" and he will pull the chains completely from this so-called "limit."

Further:
But if, as seems likely, Obama will have just one chance of achieving a major piece of domestic legislation in his second term, the most promising focus, according to current and former aides, would be on immigration. “When you look at the whole second term, the biggest issue I think is fiscal soundness, which is the predicate for real economic improvement and growth,” Bill Daley, Obama’s former chief of staff, said. “And then the second big issue I see would be immigration reform.” The DREAM Act, which would legalize undocumented aliens who had come to America as children if they enrolled in college or joined the U.S. military, would be an obvious place to start.

And let's not forget SCOTUS -- wherein from one to THREE jurists could step down and demand replacement.

Ladies and gentlemen, I think you have a fairly decent grasp on the form of a second Obaka Term.

A term you have to do your best to destroy. If you care about America.

Check out this link and this link and this link. Because, with everything else, Mr Obama in a second term will have up to three SCOTUS appointments to recommend. For Life.

The US Constitution doesn't guarantee positive rights, it guarantees negative rights! Please read and familiarize yourself with the Constitution from my post here:
POSITIVE vs NEGATIVE RIGHTS:

Our current Constitution frames much of what we value in terms of what we cannot do.
- The government cannot engage in unreasonable searches and seizures
- It cannot inflict cruel and unusual punishment

And therefore, the individual has a right to NOT be subject to various items, and so forth.

By our current Constitution, it does NOT "guarantee" so-called "rights" to such things as housing, clothing, food, jobs -- rights that place upon the state to obtain the resources from other citizens to pay for them.

Let me make this abundantly clear: "RIGHTS THAT PLACE UPON THE STATE TO OBTAIN THE RESOURCES FROM OTHER CITIZENS TO PAY FOR THEM."

Leftists wish to enable a solid "privileges or immunities clause" which becomes open-ended and -- therefore -- susceptible to specific 'interpretation" by such pre-chosen federal judges!

A "logical extension" might be to allow "privileges or immunities" to create new "rights" which could "guarantee" social or economic "equality."

If the law moves this way, then your possessions, my possessions, could and would be "redistributed" as seen fit by your government.

Your "rights" will be parsed out, in dribs and drabs, by appointed berobed iconoclasts and Leftists.

This will supplant "representative" decision-making and throw decisions onto those who are appointed and -- therefore -- completely immune from accountability or responsibility.

Make no mistake: the purpose of Mr Obama's will is to impose federal overarching positives upon each and every one of us; it isn't about what may be limited; it is ALL about what might be expanded for us. Because we exist in one class: as voters who can be guilted and manipulated.

We exist as a class to be subsumed and guilted and lied to and turned upside-down to shake out each and every penny we possess.

An Obama second term?

Do your best to ensure it doesn't occur! VOTE!

BZ

2 Comments:

Blogger Well Seasoned Fool said...

I don't want to even think about him winning a second term. But there is no ducking it, especially the SCOTUS reality.

Mon Jun 11, 08:03:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Old NFO said...

Concur, what ever else VOTE!!!

Tue Jun 12, 05:31:00 PM PDT  

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