Obama administration wants to keep Americans afraid

2013-02-28T00:00:00Z Obama administration wants to keep Americans afraid nwitimes.com
February 28, 2013 12:00 am

Why is it that every six months or so the Obama administration warns us of another impending economic disaster? The Great Recession, sequestration, fiscal cliff, debt ceiling -- are all allegedly threatening the livelihood of seniors, veterans, cops, teachers, kids. What’s going on here?

The answer is found in the Chicago community organizer's handbook, "Rules for Radicals," by the vile social engineer Saul Alinsky, whom President Barack Obama and his cronies follow. To transform society, the people must be kept in a continual state of agitation, doubt and fear over their livelihood. So Obama and the press cleverly create one phony crisis after another in order to break down our morale so we turn to him for salvation and blame the GOP for the problem.

Obama's pal, Rahm Emmanuel, acknowledged this tactic when he said, "Never let a serious crisis go to waste." (Nov. 9, 2008)

- Thomas Markovich, Hammond

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