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Obama began his recent address with the following statement:
Fifty-one years ago, John F. Kennedy declared to this Chamber that “the Constitution makes us not rivals for power but partners for progress…It is my task” he said, “to report the State of the Union— to improve it is the task of us all.”
Obama’s use of this statement is interesting in what it omits. Here is Kennedy’s original statement:
“Members of the Congress, the Constitution makes us not rivals for power but partners for progress. We are all the trustees for the American people, custodians of the American heritage. It is my task to report the State of the Union—to improve it is the task of us all.” JFK Jan 11, 1962
The word “trustees” describes a government hired by the people as agents of the people, subservient to the people. Obama strides as a colossus above the people and where he cannot find willing submission to his desires, he unilaterally enforces his will over the people. “Custodians” would suggest a duty to preserve our Constitutional heritage, not fundamentally transform the foundations of the Republic.
Obama thinks, as Chris Rock proclaimed that he is the “boss” of the people, our “dad of the country” and if Obama decides that we no longer need portions of our Constitution, we should bow to his will. Obama despises the Constitution and the limitations it places upon his monarchy and his statements are full of contradictions and deception. This statement, taken from his State of the Union, is a perfect example…Full story