Sunday, March 23, 2014

Oh My

The Active Mind—Boggled




Who's the leader of the band ...





Band of (really, really bad) Brothers


Appointments: America is a country of 320 million people, most of them holding to traditional values. Yet President Obama keeps mining the fringes for his hires. Does he have any friends who aren't crackpots?

We were told the parade of anti-American subversives Obama came in contact with throughout his life amounted to ancient history. But now we have this roster of radical appointments, a current record that's harder to explain away and which raises the indefeasible question of whether they're a reflection of himself.
Seriously. The president keeps saying he champions the middle class and its values. But his choices of people to help him run the country are the most extreme in U.S. history, and his second-term nominations are more radical than the first.

No sooner had even some Senate Democrats joined Republicans in voting down a cop killer-coddler for civil rights chief, Debo Adegbile, than Obama sent up a 2nd Amendment-basher for U.S. Surgeon General. Dr. Vivek Murthy  .... <snip> Obama's previous appointees include:

• Valerie Jarrett, his closest White House adviser, whose father-in-law worked closely with Obama mentor and Communist Party leader Frank Marshall Davis in a number of front groups during the Cold War.
• David Axelrod, Obama's political aide, whose mother worked for a communist organ in New York and whose mentor was Soviet agent David Canter.
• Van Jones, an admitted communist hired by Jarrett as Obama's green jobs czar.
• Anita Dunn, former White House communications director and Obama's 2012 foreign policy debate coach, who listed communist dictator and mass murderer Mao Zedong as one of her two favorite philosophers whom "I turn to most" when questions arise.
• Cass Sunstein, Obama's regulatory czar who wrote a socialist "bill of rights" and who advocates redistributing wealth through climate-change policy.
• Samantha Power, ambassador to the United Nations, a 9/11 apologist who advised the president to follow a "doctrine of mea culpa" and literally bow down to foreign leaders as atonement for America's "sins."
• Anne-Marie Slaughter, former State Department policy chief, who advised the president to apologize for the War on Terror.
• Rashad Hussein, Obama's Mideast envoy, who once defended a convicted terrorist (then got caught lying about it), and drafted the president's Cairo speech apologizing for the War on Terror.
• Rose Gottemoeller, Obama's Soviet-sympathizing chief nuclear arms negotiator, who thinks America is a global "bully" and must unilaterally disarm for the sake of world peace.
• John Trasvina, assistant HUD secretary for fair housing who once headed the radical Mexican-American Legal Defense and Education Fund, whose co-founder made racist statements about whites.
• Cecilia Munoz, head of White House domestic policy who used to work for La Raza, the militant Latino group that advocates illegal immigrant rights.
• Erica Groshen, Bureau of Labor Statistics chief who sends her children to Camp Kinderland, aka "Commie Camp," a communist-founded institution where kids during the Cold War sang Soviet anthems.
• John Holdren, Obama's science czar, who's advised surrendering U.S. sovereignty to a "Planetary Regime" that will redistribute the West's wealth to underdeveloped countries and who once advocated "adding a sterilant to drinking water" to control population.
• Harold Koh, former State Department general counsel who believes in "trans-nationalism" and sees nothing wrong with Shariah law in U.S. courts.
• Tony West, associate attorney general who oversees Gitmo policy, even though he defended al-Qaida and Taliban terrorists including John Walker Lindh, who pleaded guilty to aiding the enemy and fighting U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
So what? In Washington, personnel are policy. These people make the rules we have to live by, from health care to home loans to homeland security.
And these radical political appointees hire other radicals at the bureaucratic levels, where they'll become entrenched as career federal employees.
In 2008, before Obama was nominated, we warned about his radical associations, including his ties to Davis — a hardened communist with a thick FBI file — at his Honolulu home. His defenders wrote off this Marxist indoctrination as youthful experimentation.

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cuzzin ricky
 
That was Friday's Investor's Business Daily editorial.  With just a few changes, it could have been an editorial written every year since 2009.   Obama has reached this  point.  Nary a day goes by without some documentary being shown, or essay being broadcast about the Hitler years (80 years ago!).  But why? We know everything there is to know (at least until the Hitler sex tapes are released).  We know that Chamberlain was a clueless berk; we know that Hitler could have been stopped at the Rhineland; we know that he was a monster (he wrote a book, for chrissake!); we know that his cohorts were a collection of perverts, druggies,  ne'er do wells and psychopaths.   Still we watch.  Same with Obama. 100 years from now people will be watching  Obama news reel film —saying "WTFF?"  You know I'm right. Oui?