posted on Apr, 30 2014 @ 03:04 PM
Wow, there's a whole lot of stupid to cover. Immigration is no different than it was under Bush, in fact the laws became more strict under Obama, not
for lack of trying to create a path to citizenship. But the state laws call the shots. ATF gunwalking, also named operation fast n furious, is a
program that predates Obama's inauguration. The Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, is a new law not a change in law. Seeing as federalized healthcare
exchanges didn't exist before.
Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi are political powerhouses, they don't dance to Obama's tune, they have their own. They'll still be around Washington
when Obama is long gone and giving pep speeches at colleges.
Waco was a bunch of isolated cultists, or just isolated people from society. Either way there were a lot of people. Mr.Bundy was just him and his
wife, and I assume random farm workers. Nowhere near the same threat. Even if we leave out his ignorance and racism, he still refuses to pay taxes
which were put in place by Ronald Reagen. Also the entire fiasco is well bellow the president's attention.
And finally the entire "cult" thing. Just because his ratings are in the 40s doesn't mean he has a cult following. 40-50% approval is extremely
high for a US president, but it isn't for leaders of other nations. The US is just extremely polarized, if there is any kool aid being drunk, it
comes in two flavours: Blue and Red. Obama has celebrity supporters because the people who follow those celebrities are left-minded. It's not like
the republicans don't have celebrities backing them, just none of them are relatable to young people and mostly consist of old country singers.
But the word "cult" is used for enigmatic leaders who gather people together usually with some type of common accessory or clothing. Then they spout
nonsense and lies at the anticipating crowd about how "they" are coming to get you and your families. The speeches help to further polarize the
eager audience against "them" and to treat "them" as ennemies. Whoever "they" are. A crowded room full of hunting vests, firearms and "don't
tread on me" flags listening to Sarah Palin call water boarding: "baptizing terrorists" sounds a lot more like a cult. And NRA leader Wayne
LaPierre strikes me far more as a cult leader; urging his followers to arm themselves to the teeth to fight against the invisible shadows that he
implants into their heads with moving speeches.
Obama does have the charisma and charm of a cult leader but he's not pushing the "us vs them" ideas and well quite simply, he has a term limit.
Cult leaders never step down, even in death their hubris doesn't allow them to not be seen as the leader.