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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Obama knows hitler was correct when he said, if you tell a big lie frequently enough it will be believed

(The following quotes are Adolf Hitler's. Obama believes these principles and uses them every time he opens his mouth. Obama knows hitler was correct when he said, "if you tell a big lie frequently enough, it will be believed." This is how obama has forced obamacare through congress. Obama uses hitler's template for propaganda. Obama knows "the broad masses of a population are more amenable to the appeal of rhetoric than to any other force.") Every twisted word that comes out of the deranged mind of obama is in the form of a lie. Story Reports

By the skillful and sustained use of propaganda, one can make a people see even heaven as hell or an extremely wretched life as paradise. Adolf Hitler

If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed. Adolf Hitler

Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it. Adolf Hitler

The great masses of the people will more easily fall victims to a big lie than to a small one. Adolf Hitler

It is not truth that matters, but victory. Adolf Hitler

The broad masses of a population are more amenable to the appeal of rhetoric than to any other force. Adolf Hitler

The great strength of the totalitarian state is that it forces those who fear it to imitate it. Adolf Hitler

What good fortune for governments that the people do not think. Adolf Hitler

(Obama is the epitome of evil as was adolf hitler. We know what hitler said. We know what hitler did. Comparing obama to hitler is eye opening. Obama tells lies over and over just like hitler. Obama is acting like a dictator. Obama is evil as was hitler. Obamacare is an evil attempt to control America.) Story Reports


As the Administration's arguments make clear, we are losing the same freedoms that our founders sought to preserve. The Obama Regime Lawyers Now Assert That Obamacare Mandate is a Tax.

In addition to arguing that the obamacare mandate is authorized by the Commerce Clause the government also justified the mandate by claiming that it was a tax. This assertion contradicts the administration’s previous denial that the mandate is a tax increase.

The Administration's brief acknowledges that the legislation imposes a significant "tax penalty" for those who fail to purchase health insurance (the so-called "individual mandate") that "will raise substantial revenue," while at the same time extending "subsidies and tax credits to the large majority of the uninsured."

The Administration's expansive view of the federal government's power is likewise profoundly disturbing. In order to defend this unprecedented government power grab, the Administration argues that the federal government's authority is essentially unlimited, asserting for example that "Congress's taxing and spending power under the General Welfare Clause is 'extensive.'" However, the federal government has never claimed, and the courts have never held, that the government has authority to essentially dictate one-sixth of the nation's economy. Indeed, while the Administration characterizes the States' lawsuit as meritless and based on "philosophical or political opposition" rather than solid legal grounds, it takes the Administration sixty pages to explain why it has not overstepped constitutional bounds.

Recognizing the tenuous nature of its claims, the Administration's brief seeks to downplay the health care legislation as merely an "expansion" of the existing Medicaid system. Once again, however, the Administration simply ignores reality. The Administration and its supporters repeatedly characterized the health care bill as landmark legislation that "answered the call of history." Indeed, the Administration's own brief acknowledges that the legislation imposes a "comprehensive system of reform" that seeks to regulate "a vast interstate market consuming an estimated 17.5 percent of our gross domestic product."

Perhaps most troubling, the Administration justifies its exercise of this sweeping power by characterizing the American public as either infantile, unable to make appropriate choices regarding its own health care, or as malicious. It argues that the individual mandate is an "essential" aspect of the health care legislation because, in its absence, individuals may make the "wrong" decision and forgo health insurance, potentially leading to a number of negative consequences for their own health and economic welfare. However, the Administration goes even further, arguing that, in the absence of the individual mandate, the American people might "game the system" by "waiting until disease develops or an accident occurs to purchase insurance."

The implications of the government's arguments in defense of the health care legislation are significant. The worldview espoused by the Administration is one in which the power of the federal government is unlimited and in which that power must be exercised because ordinary Americans are simply incapable of managing their own affairs and must have government bureaucrats do it for them.

Fate of Obamacare in Hands of Judge

Fate of Obamacare in Hands of Judge

Suing Obamacare


RUSH: Let's go back to September 20th, 2009, This Week with George Stephanopoulos. Obama was being interviewed by a fellow member of the ruling class, George Stephanopoulos, who says, "Merriam-Webster's Dictionary defines tax as 'a charge, usually of money, imposed by authority on persons or property for public purposes.'"

OBAMA: George, the fact this you've looked up Merriam's dictionary, that -- uh, the definition of tax increase indicates to me that you're stretching a little bit right now. Otherwise you wouldn't have gone to the dictionary to check on the definition.


OBAMA: I mean, what --


OBAMA: If what you're saying --

STEPHANOPOULOS: I wanted to check for myself. Your critics say it is a tax increase.

OBAMA: My critics say everything's a tax increase! My critics say that I'm taking over, uhh, every sector of the economy. You know that. Uh, eh, eh, eh, eh... Look, we can have a legitimate debate about whether or not we're going to have an individual mandate or not, but --

STEPHANOPOULOS: You reject that it's a tax increase?

OBAMA: I absolutely reject that notion.

(Notice what obama has done and continues to do to quell opposition to his lies.

(1) He speaks his lies often.

(2) He almost never answers questions directly.

(3) He makes sure his limited "press conferences" are controlled.

(4) He is only asked limited questions about his radical daily production as president.

(5) Obama or his liberal media deflect any criticism by BRANDING anyone who disagress or points out obama is a liar.

(6) Americans who discover obama is lying and point out this fact are accused of being racist by obama or his liberal media. Obama doesn't utter the word racist, his minions
use this to change the subject.

(7) Obama and his minions also use the "race rard" to curtail free speech and quell the opposition. Obama and his minions use the term "racist" to label Americans who oppose him.

(8) Branding people who are involved with the tea party movement as racists deflect the point that obama is a racist himself and a traitor.)

Don't be afraid of being called a racist. Speak up and tell the truth about obama. Refute his lies and give examples of his lies. That is what I do.

How can anyone refute the video above of obama lying about obamacare?)

Every twisted word that comes out of the deranged mind of obama is in the form of a lie.

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