Eight Things to Do if You Don’t Trust Obama


“If people can’t trust not only the executive branch but also don’t trust Congress, and don’t trust federal judges, to make sure that we’re abiding by the Constitution with due process and rule of law, then we’re going to have some problems here.” – President Barack Hussein Obama

Did I hear that correctly? More importantly, did the Narcissist in Chief appear to be surprised and downright offended by the reality behind his remark? President Obama made these comments last Friday in San Jose, California when asked about the wholesale surveillance of American citizens.

Does he really believe we should trust him after his tangle of deceit in the administration’s stonewalling on Benghazi, the targeting of patriot groups by the IRS, the DOJ spying on reporters, the Department of Health and Human Services’ shake-down of private organizations for Obamacare PR cash, and the EPA’s secret email addresses … and the list of scandals grows as our trust for the federal government wears thin.

He went on to say, “You can shout Big Brother or program run amok, but if you actually look at the details, I think we’ve struck the right balance.”

Is he stupid, or is he an evil genius? Tell me, please. I really don’t know.

I must now publicly apologize to all my libertarian friends for openly supporting GW Bush as long as I did. After the Patriot Act I started to figure it out. At least with President Bush I can answer the above question: Is he stupid, or is he an evil genius?

He’s stupid.

Is it possible there are but two key differences between GW Bush and Barack Obama:
1. Bush was a good man in over his head.
2. Obama is an evil genius executing a plan.

Mr. Obama, how do I trust thee? Let me count the ways.

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