THE CORONATION OF THE COURT JESTER!
By Lynn Stuter
January 27, 2009
The AKA (Also Known As) Obama coronation is finally over. Absent from the circus act in Washington DC were the elephants, lions and tigers; but the illusionists were there in full force.
To start things off right, Diane Feinstein, the femi-Nazi Democrat from California, introduced Chief Justice John G Roberts to administer the “oaf of office.” Prophetic, Diane, prophetic.
Next came smug AKA and traitor Roberts. Both needed a teleprompter. In all fairness, Roberts screwed up the oath and AKA followed suit. AKA never did get his tongue untwisted and had to retake the oath on Wednesday “just to make sure it wouldn’t become an issue later” (a sideswipe at the burgeoning birth certificate issue). And while the flubbed oath was taken with his hand on the same Bible used when Lincoln was sworn in, the second oath, administered the following day by traitor Roberts, was not sworn on the Bible. Coincidence? Many believe not. Myself, I don’t believe in coincidences where politics and political whores are concerned.
Then there was AKA’s smug smile while his good friend, the 87 year-old Reverend Joseph Lowery quipped,
"Lord, in the memory of all the saints who from their labors rest, and in the joy of a new beginning, we ask you to help us work for that day when black will not be asked to get back, when brown can stick around – when yellow will be mellow – when the red man can get ahead, man – and when white will embrace what is right."
AKA placed his stamp of approval on his racist friend’s comments by giving him a big hug as America watched.
This was joined by the comments of Donna Brazile — black writer, educator, and political activist — while on air with Charles Gibson and Diane Sawyer following the coronation spectacle.
Brazile explained to Gibson and Sawyer how she “took” the complementary fleece blanket left by AKA at his chair. When Gibson quipped that they (at ABC) would have to have their legal staff see if that was a felony or a misdemeanor, Brazile came back with, “We have a black president, it’s neither; this is free.”
After Gibson, laughing, offered “a blanket pardon”, followed by more uproarious laugher from Gibson and Sawyer, Brazile tried to gloss over her racist remark with, “We have an American president…”
The import of Brazile’s comment was not lost on those watching, black or white. The ABC clip can be viewed here.
And somewhere in the whole spectacle, a photo was taken of Rahm Emanuel, AKA’s chief of staff, thumbing his nose with tongue stuck out at someone off camera. How fitting in the circus atmosphere; how befitting the boorish persona of the AKA Administration.
Proclaimed “a man of the people”, AKA’s coronation gala cost close to $175 million.
After the fact, after all the glitz and glamour had already been splashed across every television screen tuned in, AKA capped the salaries of his top aides, claiming,
"During this period of economic emergency, families are tightening their belts, and so should Washington."
A little too little, a whole lot too late if the message of frugality was the intent. But then, the obscene amount of money spent by AKA to buy the White House cannot be lost in the discussion either. And lest we forget, there is that $2.1 million mansion sitting at 5046 S Greenwood in the Kenwood neighborhood on the South Side of Chicago. The mansion itself was purchased for $1.65 million, reportedly $300,000 under actual value. A ten foot strip of land adjoining the mansion was then purchased for $104,500 from Chicago underworld figure and slumlord, now convicted criminal, Tony Rezko, a long-time friend of AKA.
At a time when the reported loss of jobs in the United States is 1.5 million, and the unreported job losses put that figure closer to 2 million, with more job losses reported daily, the money spent on AKA’s campaign to buy the presidency and the cost of his coronation would have gone a long way to helping people who have lost their jobs, their homes, and their ability to meet their debt because of Marxist AKA and his fascist predecessor.
While the mainstream media is quick to lay the blame on Bush for the economic mess, AKA voted for the bailout of Wall Street, he voted for the taking of taxpayer dollars so his Wall Street buddies could continue their luxurious lifestyles on the backs of the hard-working American taxpayers. In the final days of the Bush Administration, at the request of AKA, Bush asked Congress to release another $350 billion in bailout money while the spending of the first $350 billion (it’s actually more than that) remains unaccounted for.
Such is not the action of “a man of the people.” Nor is the obscene amount of money spent on the coronation gala. And to be real blunt about it, neither is that $2.1 million mansion that just screams “elitist.”
Many have pinned their hopes on AKA; they believe him “The One” who will get us out of the economic mess in which America now finds itself due to government policies and procedures (the fox guarding the hen house syndrome).
I beg to differ. Marxist/fascist economic policies of oppression will not get America out of this mess. The only thing that will get America out of this mess are policies which enlarge freedom and encourage industrial growth, resulting in economic growth.
Obama’s economic advisor, Robert Reich, who was Clinton’s Secretary of Labor, in a speech televised on C-Span, made it very apparent that government created jobs in the infrastructure rebuilding of roads, bridges, etc, proposed by AKA should not go to “white male construction workers” or “professionals.”
Say what? Should not those jobs go to those most qualified, irrespective of color? Do we want to drive over structurally deficient bridges? Do we want more bridge collapses like the I 35W bridge in Minneapolis?
I don’t know about anyone else but my first priority is that the people building that bridge are qualified to do so; the color of their skin is of little importance to the structural integrity of that bridge!
Or is the point something else entirely? The government entering into the business of infrastructure building means one thing: the depression of wages in the construction market. How? Being able to underbid private companies, the government will put them out of business. The mediocrity that results from government control of private enterprise is something Americans have already witnessed in the medical field where government control has seriously damaged not only the quality of care patients receive but also what care patients receive. The result is people dying for lack of quality of care.
The federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) policies of allowing unreliable and dangerous drugs on the market while refusing to allow drugs on the market that are actually beneficial is a good example of Marxist/fascist economic policies where back-door deals and company payouts and payoffs determine the efficacy of a product.
In the end, Marxist/fascist economic policies do one thing: push a country into third world living standards. Those who pin their hopes on AKA are in for a rude awakening in the not so distant future!
As for Robert Reich, being one of those “white males” and a “professional”, one has to wonder why he doesn’t practice what he preaches and offer his job and paycheck to someone of another race. If they aren’t qualified, hey, no problem; it’s the skin color that’s important; right, Robert?
Across this nation, right now, community organizing is going on under the guise of AKA’s vision of “shared purpose.” The reality of the organizing techniques is nothing less than the tactics of the Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF) founded by self-proclaimed Marxist Saul Alinsky, of whom AKA is a disciple. In the book, The Legacy of CHD (The Wanderer Press, 1994), author Paul Loukidis had this to say concerning community organizing,
“As for the poor, for whom CHD alleges to have such concern, their lives are never improved; their poverty is never eased or escaped. They are just voters — and pawns in leftist politics.”
CHD stands for Campaign for Human Development, a Catholic charity established specifically to fund Saul Alinsky and the IAF agenda.
The reality of community organizing is to stifle opposition to the Marxist transformation of America, disparaging individuality and encouraging group think. These organizations will be the rah-rah clubs shouting down anyone who dares point out they violate representative governance and freedom. And if a little harassment and intimidation are required to get the point across, so be it!
On January 21, 2009, as one of his first acts as usurper-in-chief, AKA issued a memorandum regarding the Freedom of Information Act. In that memorandum he stated,
“The Freedom of Information Act should be administered with a clear presumption: In the face of doubt, openness prevails. The Government should not keep information confidential merely because public officials might be embarrassed by disclosure, because errors and failures might be revealed, or because of speculative or abstract fears. Nondisclosure should never be based on an effort to protect the personal interests of Government officials at the expense of those they are supposed to serve. In responding to requests under the FOIA, executive branch agencies (agencies) should act promptly and in a spirit of cooperation, recognizing that such agencies are servants of the public.”
Wow, how wonderful! This must mean that AKA has finally seen the light; that he’s going to release all his medical records, passport records, education records, selective service records, adoption records, naturalization records, and last but not least, all his birth certificates, however many of them there are, that we all might know what they truly say about his eligibility to the office of president.
Well, not quite. The second to the last paragraph of the memorandum states,
“This memorandum does not create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.”
In other words, the memorandum isn’t worth the paper it was written on but all that air time given to his claim that his administration is going to be “open and transparent”, all that news print and website space given to the same goal has certainly buffered his image — that is, if one doesn’t look too close. How does AKA spell “open and transparent”? Try O-P-A-Q-U-E! (Thanks, Sandra, right on!)
On January 20, 2009, 1.5 million people turned out to see AKA flub the “oaf of office.” Only 14 of them missed work! (Wish I could take credit for this quip, but I can’t. To the one who can, thank you; you hit the nail squarely upon the head! To Neal, thanks for passing it on.)
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In 1996, the First Lady who would become Senator then Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton wrote a book entitled It Takes A Village in which she promoted the Marxist concept that children should be raised by the village.
Well, one of Hillary’s villages in Kenya is missing it’s court jester.
We know where he is!
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3. No we don’t have a new president (Devvy Kidd)
4. Pray Obama Fails (Joseph Farah)
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6. The Supreme Court’s Hottest Potato (Paul R Hollrah)
7. Obama Stimulates Unions, Inflation and Debt (Jeff Kincaid)
8. How We Solved the Gas Price Problem (Anton Wahlman)
9. We the Government (Terrence P. Jeffrey)
10. The Camouflaged Treachery in Obama’s Inaugural Speech (Ron Ewart)
11. Wake Up! You Are About to Become Slaves (Paul Cappadona)
12. White House Promoting ‘Anti-Christian’ Policies? (Jim Brown)
13. Debunking Stimulus Myth (Jeff Poor)
© 2009 Lynn M. Stuter - All Rights Reserved
Activist and researcher, Stuter has spent the last fifteen years researching systems theory and systems philosophy with a particular emphasis on education as it pertains to achieving the sustainable global environment. She home schooled two daughters. She has worked with legislators, both state and federal, on issues pertaining to systems governance, the sustainable global environment and education reform. She networks nationwide with other researchers and a growing body of citizens concerned with the transformation of our nation from a Constitutional Republic to a participatory democracy. She has traveled the United States and lived overseas.
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