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U.S. won’t benefit from totalitarian government

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Posted: Tuesday, April 16, 2013 12:00 am

I was of the opinion that Obama and his minions were conducting a campaign of distractions to get the American people's eye off of his utter failures in our economy, our national security, health care debacle and anything else he puts his hand to, but lately, with the events in North Korea, it seems to me that it's not just distractions but a total disconnect with reality.

While an irrational child in charge of a nuclear state (North Korea) declares war against us and his neighbors, Obama is holding four fundraisers in San Francisco. On April 10, North Korea was scheduled to test another missile, while the night before Obama and clan were enjoying a concert titled "Memphis Blues" at our expense. It's like watching a modern-day Nero rule in opulence while the people suffer.

In reading about utopian ideals, I was struck at how accurately it describes Obama and his beliefs. "Utopias assign individuals to groups based on race, ethnicity, age, gender, income, etc., to highlight differences within the masses. It then exacerbates old rivalries and disputes or it incites new ones. This way it can speak to the well-being of 'the people' as a whole dividing them against themselves, thereby stampeding them in one direction or another as necessary to collapse the existing society or rule over the new one."

All of his life, Obama has been a divisive individual who knows only to attack others. Am I wrong? Every day when he opens his mouth, he attacks someone or some organization. This is not the way to govern a diverse population successfully and keep our freedoms — but it's the way of the all-powerful totalitarian state. Think Chavez and Castro.

Ron Portal

Lodi

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