This Op Ed by Mary Dejevsky in the UK’s Independent consists of such rampant propaganda and drivel it is almost impossible to believe she is not on the official payroll of the Obama Administration. Who would’ve thought the second British Invasion would consist of Piers Morgan and Mary Dejevsky? I miss the Beatles.
Prepare for a sense of overwhelming disbelief as you read the following excerpts. From The Independent:
What a difference four years make. When Barack Obama delivers his second inaugural address, as he will on the Washington Mall on Monday, he will do so confident that he is hitting the ground running.
Really, then why does a recent Gallup poll say Americans have never been so downbeat on the nation?
And while a second term frees him from many of the constraints that curb the ambitions of all first-term presidents, the sense already lurks that his presidential promise is only starting to be fulfilled.
What promise? Continuing and expanding Bush’s unconstitutional policies under the guise of “liberalism?”
Yet there are compelling reasons why two four-year terms may not be enough for a competent and popular US president today. The first, and most obvious, is that a maximum eight-year lease at the White House is short by international standards.
Silly me, for a minute there I thought we were a sovereign nation capable of making our own decisions.
Now here is where she really loses it…
The United States is a big country and a rich country, with true global reach, but even its highly developed federalism cannot offset the four- or eight-yearly spasms at the top. Clinton would have sailed to a third term; Obama might not be similarly placed, but even if he is, he will not get the chance. The two-term limit for president dates only from 1951. More than half a century on, Obama should set out to amend it to three terms for his successors – in the interests not just of the United States, but of the world.
I mean, you have to appreciate the gall of these statists. They love to ignore the true cancer at the core of the entire global economy and indeed society; the rampant theft and lack of rule of law when it comes to the banking oligarchy and the Central Banking system that perpetuates it. Instead, they come to conclusion that the problem is either 1) The Constitution or 2) The President can’t stay in power long enough! Do they really think we are that stupid? Yes, yes they do.
Full article here.
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