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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Jon Voight Calls for Resistance to "Obama Oppression"

By Rick Pearcey • June 10, 2009, 11:10 AM

In an stirring speech at the 2009 GOP Senate-House Dinner Monday night, actor Jon Voight takes on the Democrats, Obama, and even Oprah. Will Hollywood ever recover?

But here's the more important question: Will the Republican Party move forward not just on the basis of policy wonkism, and not just on the basis of opposition to Obama, but on the basis of the genius of the Founding Vision and Mission Statement set forth in the Declaration of Independence?

Anything less is doomed to failure.

As the Founders understood, declared, lived, and struggled, only a republic poised in the content of liberty rooted in a living and knowable Creator will have the resources needed to break free of state tyranny, ideological oppression, and false prophets disguised as U.S. presidents.

This is the direction of Mark Levin's terrific book Liberty and Tyranny, after which reading all patriots would do well to read (or view the DVD) Francis Schaeffer's A Christian Manifesto.

"We, and we alone," the Oscar-winning actor said, "are the right frame of mind to free this nation from this Obama oppression."

Voight's "analysis of how President Obama got elected will eventually be the accepted truth once sober and dispassionate journalists reenter the mainstream media," says Andrew Breitbart at Big Hollywood.

Click here to see a video of Voight's speech as well as additional comments by Andrew Breitbart.

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