Letter: Socialism's growth in U.S. is the real crisis we face
President Barack Obama is right about one thing. There is a crisis. He has repeatedly said this nation is in a crisis. But Obama is wrong about what the real crisis is. Obama, like many so-called leaders, has ignored three big crises that threate...
President Barack Obama is right about one thing. There is a crisis. He has repeatedly said this nation is in a crisis. But Obama is wrong about what the real crisis is. Obama, like many so-called leaders, has ignored three big crises that threaten the sovereignty of the U.S. Specifically the three crisis situations are unconstitutional treaties, wasteful foreign aid and the socialization of America.
President Thomas Jefferson said in his inaugural address on March 4, 1801, "Peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations, entangling alliances with none." The Founding Fathers of this constitutional republic were smart enough to see the dangers of unfavorable, unconstitutional and uneven treaties. Current politicians have entangled the U.S. in numerous compromising agreements such as NAFTA, CAFTA, SPP and possibly soon The North American Union. It is not a coincidence that Obama's support of amnesty for more than 20 million illegal immigrants will only encourage more massive migration of illegals. Will the powerful wealthy insider groups that want the U.S. to merge into a New World Order succeed?
The second crisis Obama has refused to acknowledge is the foreign aid fiasco. Obama has exasperated the situation by calling for more wasteful donations to crooked, corrupt, conniving foreign governments. There are plans to give about $900 million to Gaza Strip Muslims. Some of this money will end up in the hands of the radical Muslim Hamas terrorist group. Obama has repeatedly said he wants to give $50 billion annually to fight HIV/AIDS in Africa. This is a noble cause. But most of this money will end up in the back pocket of foreign dictators. How can a federal government that is broke give away billions of dollars?
The so-called stimulus bill is really a spending bill. It is a transfer of wealth from the private sector to the government sector. It is a huge step toward socialism. News-week magazine declared on its front page "We are all Socialists Now." History proves that socialism does not work for the betterment of the people. This government takeover is a step away from the capitalism that built this nation. This is a conspired crisis in the making. Does the U.S. want to go down the same road as third-world countries like Cuba?