Obama: Preserving our Individual Freedoms Ultimately Requires Collective Action


January 23, 2013 by bfranklin2076

Our 44th president, Barack Hussein Obama, gave a powerful, moving inaugural speech as he once again publicly assumed the reins of power. His soaring rhetoric drew upon values that America holds most sacred: freedom, God, and country.

And then he discarded them as out-of-date.

He deftly inserted this Orwellian paradox: “Fidelity to our founding principles requires new responses to new challenges; that preserving our individual freedoms ultimately requires collective action.”

At the very time he elevated his audience with skillfully chosen rhetoric, Obama proclaimed his vision of a political system in which the government controls every aspect of people’s lives. He obviously plans to deliver the fundamental transformation of America he promised – this time without the constraints of reelection.

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One thought on “Obama: Preserving our Individual Freedoms Ultimately Requires Collective Action

  1. tjefferson2076 says:

    At least he spared us a 9 – 10 hour speech like his buddy Chavez gives does down in Venezuela:

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