That’s right. One has the right to disagree with healthcare reform, though it seems irrational to me to do so. But to fundamentally question Obama’s Presidency is to seek to overturn the 2008 Election just because they disagree with the outcome. That’s sour grapes, breaking the rules of majoritarian democracy. Has he succeeded in doing anything he didn’t “promise” to do in getting elected? Arguably he has gone back on several promises already. In any case, it’s too soon, 8 months into a new Administration, lacking High Crimes and Misdeeds (not that they ever get prosecuted anyway … only sex). These attacks are driven by something less political than anti-constitutional, anti-democratic, racist, deceptive (fake “grassroots” incited, recruited, planned, and bankrolled by Big Business, Big Lobbyists, etc.), libelous (probably actionable), etc. Unlike 2000 and 2004, there are no serious accusations that Barack Obama was not the choice of both a majority of the voters or intended voters last Election Day, and of the Electoral College. Attacking his very being President, then, without grounds as I have said, is attacking America, democracy, the Constitution, the rule of law, the voting majorities of Nov. 4.
Just like they did with President Clinton.
That’s right: They now believe no Democratic Party member can ever ‘legitimately’ be President. They persecuted Clinton, they kept out elected Presidents Gore and Kerry, and it seems they will persecute Obama.
Just so we’re clear what’s going on here.
And when they openly bring guns to political rallies and public meetings, they mean to threaten democracy itself.
THAT is Fascism.