It has become tiring to read and listen to people say “I am very disappointed with Obama’s actions on … (fill in the blank).” There is no justification whatever for disappointment on any facet of the President’s performance. His agenda was telegraphed well in advance of his election. I have these words for the ‘disappointed’.
You knew of Obama’s admiration for the Black Liberation Theologist, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright. You knew of the pastor’s virulent condemnation of white America. If you read Obama’s book, Dreams from My Father you knew that Obama was so moved by Wright’s sermon entitled “The white man’s greed runs a world in need” that Obama cried as he sat in the church pew at the end of that sermon and decided right then and there what his mission in life would be.
If you looked up Black Liberation Theology you knew:
One of the pillars of Obama’s home church, Trinity United Church of Christ, is “economic parity.” On the website, Trinity claims that God is not pleased with “America’s economic mal-distribution.” Among all of controversial comments by Jeremiah Wright, the idea of massive wealth redistribution is the most alarming. The code language “economic parity” and references to “mal-distribution” is nothing more than channeling the economic views of Karl Marx. Black Liberation theologians have explicitly stated a preference for Marxism as an ethical framework for the black church because Marxist thought is predicated on a system of oppressor class (whites) versus victim class (blacks).
Then, if you are a person who thinks, you knew Obama would pursue socialist policies of re-distribution. If you thought, then you knew he would follow the socialist pattern of class warfare. If you thought, then you knew he would need to suspend individual freedoms in order to build the all powerful government necessary for the achievement of his goals If you thought, then you knew the U.S. Constitution would be his greatest obstacle and our greatest protection and he would violate his inaugural pledge to uphold it. If you didn’t think, you shouldn’t have voted. But if you did think and vote, then you got exactly what you voted for so stop saying you are disappointed!!