Pravda West is not going to run this story – because it is not “a poor choice of words,” it is a rare glimpse into what this man truly thinks and believes:
“This is something I’ve struggled with throughout my presidency,” Obama said. “The problem is that I’m the president of the United States, I’m not the emperor of the United States. My job is to execute laws that are passed.”
Lest anyone try to argue this is just a poor choice of words, or the President’s attempt to explain why he can’t just “do what he knows needs to be done” (as Van Jones says Obama needs to do), DON’T! This is a pattern with Obama that actually reflects this man’s resentment that he can’t just be emperor. All Liberal/Progressives have this desire to some extent, but this man means it – as did Woodrow Wilson – and these comments are his way of pleading to his supporters to give him the power he craves.
In case I need to remind you, here, let me remind you of just some of what this man has said and done:
And just in case you don’t think Obama would or could “liquidate” millions of Americans, remember, his closest adviser is the best friend of Bill Ayres, the same Bill Ayres who led the group who was planning to “liquidate” 25 million Americans after they took over the country: the same Bill Ayres who says he does not regret anything he did, only that he didn’t do enough: the same Bill Ayres who launched Obama’s career in his living room — and who still has influence over Obama.
I don’t know how many more indications that this man is too dangerous to leave in office the Republicans need or want, but they better be careful: they may not get too many more before Obama slams the door.