Liberty Counsel’s Matt Barber has taken a step away from his constant obsession with attacking all things gay for a moment … in order to attack President Obama for trying to destroy America and committing treason:
[T]he weight of the evidence suggests that our chief executive, through both word and deed and with malice aforethought, seeks to undermine – if not dismantle – that exceptionalism. At one time we properly called such activity anti-American, seditious or even – under certain circumstances – treasonous. Today we call it “progressive.”
I’ve been reluctant to climb aboard the “Obama wants to destroy America” conspiracy train. I’m no longer reticent to do so. As Newt Gingrich recently observed, we know this administration to be “far and away the most radical administration in American history.”
Although he may not seek to destroy America outright, we can only conclude – based upon his grossly irrational and irresponsible governance – that Obama remains determined to destroy America both as we know her and as our Founding Fathers intended her.
It’s our own fault, really (by “our” I mean “you” if you voted for him). We should have taken this radical ideologue at his radical word.
Remember? During his Inaugural Address, Obama promised to “begin again the work of remaking America.” That’s “remake” America, not “improve” America or even “reform” America. It has always been this man’s “hope” to “change” our nation by wiping clean the slate – “remaking” an America in his own secular-humanist, neo-Marxist self-image.
There’s no other way to say it. As goes the war to preserve liberty, national sovereignty, national solvency and American exceptionalism: Intelligence suggests we have an enemy within.
I feel like I’ve been saying this a lot lately, but just about every week I am reminded that there really is absolutely no limit to how low the Religious Right will sink in attacking President Obama.
It has gotten to the point where this sort of attack has become so commonplace that I have to debate whether or not to even bother posting new instances.