Jeannie DeAngelis observes at American Thinker that Barack Obama in seeking the presidency "disguised" himself as a "herald of unanimity," but the man in the flesh in office reveals himself as a despiser of resistance to his agenda to "fundamentally transform" America.
Obama ascended to office upon a pledge to "enforce a new tone in politics," DeAngelis writes, but "the president instead infused life into the political arena with unprecedented cynicism and unmatched condescension."
DeAngelis concludes, "The president of the 'United' States has instigated a new level of partisansip and breathed dissension into a political fight poised to extend far beyond the arena where blood sport was once safely confined."
Lesson of the day: Obama comes not to heal, but to conquer. He has to, for his worldview is in essential alienation from that of the mainstream mission statement of the United States as set forth in the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution, which Obama has taken an oath to uphold.
Talk of bi-partisanship and healing is pleasant. But it is a distraction from what truly animates this politician and is a diversion from understanding the fundamentally un-American, inhumane, and unfree direction in which he is trying to force our nation to follow, against the Constitution, against the presidential oath of office, and against the consent of "We the People."
America per se resists this alien imposition, and no one should be suprised that this resistance Obama "the healer" hates. Talk of bipartisanship and healing is the hype that lets the enemy inside the gates.