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November 2012

THE ENIGMA Barack Obama is an enigma. He won the 2008 presidential election claiming to be a moderate and wanting to bring Americans together and govern from the center (Communist lie to cover their real plan). Since he took office, his actions have been far from moderate. He has apologized to foreign dictators abroad for sins he alleges his own country committed and appointed a self-described communist (Van Jones) and an admirer of Mao Zedong to top White House posts. He has used the economic crisis to take over whole industries and has nationalized the health care system. In his first nine months in office, these actions have already made his presidency one of the most polarizing in history. Many Americans have gone from hopefulness, through unease, to a state of alarm as the President shows a radical side that was only partially visible during his campaign.

To understand Obama’s presidency, Americans need to know more about the man and the nature of his political ideas. In particular, they need to become familiar with a Chicago organizer named Saul Alinsky and the strategy of DECEPTION he devised to promote social change. Of no other occupant of the White House can it be said that he owed his understanding of the political process to a man and a philosophy so outside the American mainstream, or so explicitly DEDICATED TO OPPOSING IT. Alinsky wrote a manual to outline his radical agendas. His book was originally named Rules for Revolution; later Alinsky changed the title to Rules for Radicals. After understanding the book’s contents, you may want to reconsider what Obama meant on election eve 2008 when he told his followers: “We are five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America.” First, let’s look at the comparisons between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney!!

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