America is transformed, but it's not improvement

2013-06-19T00:00:00Z America is transformed, but it's not improvement nwitimes.com
June 19, 2013 12:00 am

President Barack Obama's promise to transform America is being kept. This transformation is advancing with the aid of Rep. Pete Visclosky, Sen. Joe Donnelly, other Democrats and the happy cooperation of nearly all news media.

Transformation to-do goals and results:

1. Obamacare -- successfully persuaded Democrats to pass this — being implemented.

2. Wealth redistribution — tax increasing, increasing households (47 percent) receiving govt. assistant — progressing well.

3. Openly gay soldiers in military — accomplished.

4. Gay marriage acceptance — progressing.

4. Immigration reform — unlawful executive order used — not accomplished with Congress yet.

6. Gun control — not accomplished yet.

7. Shut opponents up — Whistleblowers accused of criminal acts — making progress.

8. Unlimited executive powers — amazing progress.

America is being transformed, but into what?

- Milly Rich, Crown Point

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