Friday, March 6, 2009

American Revolution to Stop Socialism

Hugo Chavez told Obama that the U.S. should follow the path of socialism. Hey Hugo - you're a little slow on the uptake there, buddy! We're already following the path of socialism! According to Chavez, socialism is the only way out of a recession. Really? Because I thought we had a Great Depression in the 1930s and we didn't need socialism then. And haven't there been other recessions throughout history that we got out of without the "help" of socialism? 

Chavez also stated, "Nothing is impossible. Who would have thought in the 1980s that the Soviet Union would disappear? No one." 
Wasn't the Soviet Union socialist? 

Listen folks - people in the United States are vulnerable and naive, especially to words like these. Informed, intelligent voters like you and me aren't, but the people who voted for the Obamassiah are. And we cannot let Obama become the next Chavez. We cannot let our country become a plac
e where everyone is equal - equally miserable. I don't want to finish growing up in a place where hard work is not rewarded and laziness is. I don't want my parents' hard earned m
oney, my hard earned money, or your hard earned money to be redistributed to the guys who bought houses they can't afford, to the guys who expect the government to be their mommy and daddy.

Chavez called for a Socialist Revolution. I'm calling for an American Revolution. A revolution to return to the nation our forefathers fought for; a revolution to fight for our right to earn what we work for and keep those earnings; a revolution to get Obama and the other socialists/commies out. 

We need to take back this country, and I'm afraid that in two years, it might be too late. 


RightKlik said...

Obama is working very hard to ensure that everyone becomes more dependent on government so that he and his friends become more powerful.

Anonymous said...

Since President Barack Obama was sworn in, the financial markets have dropped to ten-year lows, housing prices are off by ten percent or more, nearly a million jobs have been lost..
Oh yeah...Happy Times Are Here Again!