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July 17, 2009--

Obama's political ideology stands at war with the "new mindset" for family values and personal responsibility he espouses to NAACP.

          If Obama were able willing to apply to his own political ideology generally the "new mindset" he recommended to the NAACP on July 16, 2009 as excerpted in the CNN video below, he would be a limited-government "conservative" instead of a collectivist.  He thus could become a great president rather than one attempting to drive the nation pedal-to-the-metal over the edge of the free-market/personal-liberty plateau and into the bottomless pit of collectivism.  


          But, of course, he's unwilling to do so.  No doubt he's intellectually capable of recognizing the patent disconnect between the "new mindset" he recommends to the NAACP and his own leftist/collectivist/statist/socialist political ideology that he also naively applies internationally as Jimmy Carter on steroids melanin.  Nevertheless, instead of embracing the limited-government principles inherent in, and intrinsic to, the "new mindset" he recommends in his July 16, 2009 speech to the NAACP, he embraces and seeks to implement a "redistribution of wealth" political philosophy in all three branches of government -- legislative, judicial and executive-- as though it were a benevolent philosophy rather than an inherently totalitarian ideology.

          Since one can't reasonably doubt that he understands such disconnect, how can one explain his embrace of a political ideology that is virtually antithetical to the "new mindset" he advocates to the NAACP?  Even his staunchest critics would concede that barring some "Sanford-type" secret, Obama's handling of his marital and parental responsibilities admirably exemplify the "mindset" he recommends to others.  What's so sad is that a leader who appears to personify loyalty to "family values" embraces a political ideology so plainly hostile to promotion and preservation of, and respect for, such values in the form of the free-market/personal-liberty paradigm that made the country he "inherited" from George W. Bush the greatest force for human liberty in all of human history.  

          What makes it tragic is that he's in the process of squandering that legacy in pursuit of what seems almost indistinguishable from the long-discredited 18th Century utopian philosophies which Marx later sought to describe, and prescribe, as a form of evolutionary "science."   No wonder the person Obama selected as his "science" czar is a person whose political philosophy is at home in such 18th Century Utopian thought as it would be on Animal Farm or in a fascist or Stalinist or Maoist state.


--Jim Wrenn, Editor at WrennCom.Com; also Editor at PoliSat.Com.

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