Obama Casts Himself as Teddy Roosevelt
Now, I have a couple stories here about Obama’s speech in Osawatomie, Kansas, tomorrow. First is from Zeke Miller at the BusinessInsider.com. “Obama Is About To Make A Big Class Warfare Speech — President Barack Obama will travel to Osawatomie, Kansas, on Tuesday to emphasize the need for Americans to pay their ‘fair share.'” Do you realize who the enemy in this country is today, folks? The enemy today is people who work.
Listen to the Occupy Wall Street people who Obama supports. The enemy today are people who work. The enemy today are people who are producing things. The enemy today are people who are building things. The enemy today are people who are drawing a paycheck. They are the enemy. They are not “paying their fair share.”
They are the reason this country is in deep doo-doo, not the lazy losers who are not working; who are defecating and urinating all over themselves and everything else. Not the lazy losers who are the product of a decrepit, corrupt educational system that’s taught them by doing nothing, that they’re special. No, the problem is the producers. The problem is people who are working. The problem is the backbone of America. They aren’t paying their fair share, and the president of the United States is going to exploit this. Now, we’ve always had envy and jealousy aimed at successful people, but we’ve never had a president who’s also made ’em a target like this. We’ve never had it. We have never had a president encouraging the losers to remain losers.
We’ve never had a president encouraging losers to remain losers and join him in going out and attacking the winners. That’s a first. And he’s gonna go to Osawatomie, Kansas, tomorrow to redouble his efforts on this. Teddy Roosevelt gave a speech in Osawatomie August 31, 1910, called “New Nationalism.” It “called for new government reforms to level the playing field for average Americans against a class of industrial barons.” Here’s what Teddy Roosevelt said that Obama’s gonna echo tomorrow. Right here in my formerly nicotine-stained fingers. Teddy Roosevelt said,
“The essence of any struggle for healthy liberty…” Folks, this is gonna make you choke, and this is a guy John McCain idolized, and this is a guy John McCain hoped to be.