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Home / Articles / Editorial / Letters /  Obama’s use of misdirection and lies has infamous precedent
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Wednesday, February 27,2013

Obama’s use of misdirection and lies has infamous precedent

To the Editor:

Much of the news media promulgated the story that George Bush was not very "well read." Whether or not this is true, the same cannot be said about our current president, as evidenced by his intimate knowledge and use of a rather obscure little book written by a failed Austrian painter. If I may quote from it:

"The receptivity of the masses is very limited, their intelligence is small, but their power of forgetting is enormous." Adolf Hitler, "Mein Kampf."

In 2006, President Barack Obama said that raising America's debt ceiling "is a sign of leadership failure." Then, just last month, he said NOT raising America's debt ceiling would be "absurd" and "irresponsible."

Also, Obama – for over 1,500 days – screams the same message daily: "It's George Bush's fault! It's George Bush's fault! It's George Bush's fault!" and "The rich folks (job creators) aren't paying their fair share (top 10 percent of wage earners pay 71 percent of the federal income tax collected)!" Again, our president is following an 80-plus-year-old blueprint for world domination:

"All effective propaganda must be limited to a very few points and must harp on these slogans until the last member of the public understands what you want him to understand by your slogan." Adolf Hitler, "Mein Kampf."

Now, before you wheat-germ infusion-swilling Prius-driving, get-on-the-Socialism-bus, bed-wetting liberals start crying, "Oh, no he didn't!" I want to clarify I did NOT compare Obama to Hitler. I just said he read Hitler's blueprints and uses them.

Neal Lee
Athens

 

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