Thursday, January 7, 2010
Rush is back.
The following is from Rush's monologue yesterday. Once again, I believe he speaks the truth. Feel free to dispute his claims, if you can. Show us some proof that what he says is a lie. I would be very interested in seeing it.
. . . Now, for those of you who still doubt, who still have trouble putting your arms around the concept that this economic disaster is purposeful, Peter Schweizer has written Architects of Ruin, page eight, this is a look back at Saul Alinsky. Saul Alinsky -- Obama is one of his acolytes -- argued the middle class would have to be brought around slowly to revolutionary change, to radical change, couldn't do it overnight. And that the best way to do it was to take everything away from 'em. This is Alinsky: "Any revolutionary change must be preceded by a passive, affirmative, nonchallenging attitude toward change among the mass of our people. They must feel so frustrated, so defeated, so lost, so futureless in the prevailing system that they are willing to let go of the past and change the future. This acceptance is the reformation essential to any revolution."
Now, speaking for myself, I have no doubt that Obama wishes to remake this country because he finds it guilty, it is immoral, it is colonial, it has been imperialistic, its military is immoral, we have supported the wrong people, we have plundered the earth, we have stolen all these resources for our own benefit and our own lifestyle. He thinks that way of this country, it's what he's been taught, it's what he learned at Harvard, it's what he learned in Hawaii, it's what he's learned everywhere he's been in school and by the people that matter to him. This country is unjust and immoral and he's going to make it right. He was taught Alinsky at the University of Chicago, he lectured on Alinsky. Alinsky is a god to leftist radicals. And so when Alinsky writes that people have to feel so frustrated, so defeated, so lost, so futureless in the current system, i.e, capitalism, that they are willing to let go of the past, capitalism, and change the future, socialism. Well, I don't know if you've seen the economic news. If you haven't, I'll share it with you. But they're talking a double-dip real estate problem, unemployment, no change coming. People are unhappier in their jobs than ever before. There is a lot of frustration. There's a lot of defeat out there, a lot of people feeling lost, a lot of people feeling futureless. And the way Obama and Rahm Emanuel look at this is a crisis to be taken advantage of.
Wake up, America! Let's not make the same mistake this year that was made in '08.