Obama believes the Constitution needs to be scrapped

Obama has demonstrated a Teflon-like ability to deflect criticism and even concern about his associations, campaign promises, endorsements and legislative proposals.

To those under the spell of Obama, and that includes most of the U.S. news media, nothing matters.

He is our destiny. He is going to bring America “transformative change.” Nothing sticks to him.

But now a more fundamental question about Obama has been raised. It’s not because of a gaffe. It’s not because of an association with someone else who did something despicable when he was 8 years old. This is about who Barack Obama is and what he believes in the deepest part of his soul.

Back in 2001, then-Illinois state legislator Obama gave an interview to Chicago’s public radio station WBEZ-FM about the nature of the U.S. Constitution, the power and authority of the federal government and his desire to redistribute wealth using the courts and legislatures. For anyone who cherishes the Constitution’s limits on government power and its protections of fundamental, unalienable individual rights, Obama’s words are chilling, to say the least.

The interview leaves no doubt that Obama, the likely next president of the U.S., believes the Constitution needs to be scrapped, rewritten or, even more dangerously, reinterpreted by activist judges to permit what it clearly does not permit in plain English – the use of government to redistribute wealth to achieve what he terms “economic justice in society.”

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1 Response to “Obama believes the Constitution needs to be scrapped”


  1. 1 dummidumbwit November 13, 2008 at 2:39 pm

    I grew up in that pseudo socialist aberration of 50’s, 60’s and 70’s, not the United States that Reagan created, it’s not what we are about, we gave it up in 1929 or with FDR’s ascendancy, Reagan was a deviation from Mom’s apple pie? Reagan’s need to include the Christian Coalition, and his policies of letting Religion in the form of the Evangelical movement has destroyed the Republican Party. Only Reagan had the force of personality to keep the Evangelicals under control, the analysis of Romney’s Mormonism in public discourse in the primaries was a vivid example of what happens when the Scopes trial monkeys run wild, it’s disgusting and abhorrent to any mainstream Christian. The elements that are leading the Christian Wing of the Republican party are the Billy Sunday Tent show, snake oil revivalist that anyone with any education rejects as worse than Wasilla Hillbillies And Ronald Reagan was not one of them, get rid of them or stay in the wilderness.


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