Today, President Obama blamed the GOP once again for the fiscal cliff. Obama said, in an interview on NBC’s Meet the Press that “If we’re serious about deficit reduction, we should make sure that the wealthier are paying a little bit more and combine that with spending cuts to reduce our deficit and put our economy on a long-term trajectory of growth.”
Are reporters and politicians all so scared they can’t remind politicians that we don’t need more tax dollars, we need more ‘tax payers’ in the form of higher employment? We don’t need socialism.
Wasn’t the liberals’ agenda to go over the fiscal cliff all along?
On May 5, the birthday of Karl Marx, Obama began his campaign for his second term and brazenly waved the long-time Marxist slogan of “Forward” around for all to see. Forward means ‘past capitalism onto Communism” and has been used by the likes of Lenin, Hitler and Mao, among others.
Our president, trained in the economics of Columbia professors Richard Cloward and Frances Piven already has promised to transform America. Americans never asked “to what”?
Sociologists and political activists Richard Cloward (1926–2001) and Frances Fox Piven (b. 1932) developed the Cloward-Piven strategy that would eradicate capitalism and bring an end to poverty, or so they hoped. The strategy calls for overloading the U.S. public welfare system in order to precipitate a financial crisis that would lead to a replacement of the welfare system with a national system of “a guaranteed annual income and thus an end to poverty”. Of course, with everyone on welfare, I never understood who would pay for all of this, let along manufacture the goods and services that we need. But I digress. Since 2008, Obama has been increasing entitlements, unemployment, taxes and our debt.
Given Obama’s position and policies toward welfare, the increase in welfare rolls, failure to reduce the unemployment rate, failure to reduce the federal deficit, and federal over reach and regulation of business, it has become apparent to many that Obama is systematically implementing the Cloward-Piven strategy in his drive to fundamentally transform America into a Social Democracy.
And that’s what Republicans have to educate people about.
As Jeannie DeAngelis of American Thinker pointed out over a year ago, “Although speculative, if the Cloward-Piven strategy is the basis of the left’s game plan, spearheaded by Alinsky devotee Barack Obama, it certainly explains the President’s inaction and detached attitude.
Hopefully, this is another challenge Americans will survive.