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Obama's Marxism

Posted: July 24, 2009 4:57 p.m.
Updated: July 25, 2009 4:55 a.m.
 
America has lost its moral compass.

Adrift in the sea of Obamunism, and embracing moral relativism with the enthusiasm of a liberal attending his first ACLU meeting, we have become like Captain Jack Sparrow's compass - the needle, rather than pointing in the right direction, points to wherever you want it to go.

With the people's deposing of Manuel Zelaya, the leftist Honduran dictator who tried to hijack his country's constitution by staying in office beyond the legal term, we get not only condemnation by our Barack the Benevolent, but also the full weight of the United Nations against a tiny, democracy-loving country.

Never one to pass up an opportunity to suppress liberty, support Marxism or subordinate the rule of law, Obama has gleefully joined the ranks of such freedom-loving leaders as Hugo Chavez, Daniel Ortega, Fidel Castro and the United Nations General Assembly in condemning the Honduran Congress, legislators and the people in their exiling of Zelaya in an attempt to keep him from disrupting the upcoming election.

Rather than a military coup, as our state-run media has proclaimed, this is the rule of law.

As usual, America's own version of Hugo Chavez is on the wrong side of the liberty and human rights issues of our day. Having presided over the collapse of the banking, auto, home mortgage and, very soon, the health care industries, President Obama is not satisfied to restrict his Marxist mayhem to this country. He has to export it to defenseless Third World democracies whose only sin is their desire for freedom.

In his inaugural address, the president said those who "cling to power through corruption and deceit and the silencing of dissent know that you are on the wrong side of history."

Would that he actually believed in and lived out his own words.

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