Obama Calls for More Redistribution of
Wealth, Declaring: ‘I Am My Brother’s Keeper’
Obama made a campaign speech at the University of Vermont and used some Bible references
to somehow justify his well known "Redistribution of Wealth" agenda.
Most of the rhetoric was nothing new.
He mentioned his "double down" theory several times,
along with continuation of other failed policies.
I wonder if the "double down" will happen to the deficit ?
Obama has Increased
the national debt by $4 trillion since 2009.
His plan for 2013-2016 may be to "double" the $4 trillion and make it an even $8 trillion more.
(God help us !)
The national debt is about the ONLY
thing that seems to have been "equally" distributed !!
By Terence P. Jeffrey
April 2, 2012
(CNSNews.com) - In a campaign speech in Vermont on Friday, President Barack Obama referenced the biblical story of Cain and Abel in condemning
what he called "you're-on-your-own economics" while arguing for a number of policies that involve government transferring wealth from one group of
citizens to another—including providing public schools with more money for teachers’ salaries, freezing the interest rates on government-backed
student loans, supporting companies developing biofuels, electric batteries and wind and solar power and funding scientists who are doing research on
stem cells and climate change.
“I hear politicians talking about values in an election year,” Obama said. “I hear a lot about that. Let me tell you about values. Hard work,
personal responsibility--those are values. But looking out for one another. That’s a value. The idea that we’re all in this together. I am my
brother’s keeper. I am my sister’s keeper. That’s a value.”
In Genesis, Adam and Eve’s first-born son is Cain and their second-born son is Abel. Cain becomes a farmer and Abel becomes a shepherd. When
Cain offers the fruit of his farming to God and Abel offers a lamb, God is pleased with Abel’s offering but not Cain’s. Cain then kills Abel. When
God asks Cain where Abel is, Cain says: “Am I my brother’s keeper?”
"Double-Down" sounds more like "Double-Talk"
BTW Barack, just WHO got all that extra spending money anyway ?
When Obama said on Friday, "I am my brother's keeper," he was addressing a crowd of campaign supporters at the University of Vermont in Burlington,
After promoting his past accomplishments including the bailout of General Motors and Chrysler, removing private banks from the government-guaranteed
student loan business, and his health-care law, Obama pointed to policies he wants to pursue in the future.
The average American citizen KNOWS they didn't get any !!