War on Poverty? Promise zones? More like a war on truth! This administration’s endless stream of lies and deception is a 24 hour, non-stop propaganda campaign that seeks nothing more than to distract the voting masses from their own President’s historic failures and litany of abuses. When a government has zero transparency and refuses to be held accountable, it is, by definition, an enemy of the people. Liberals love to prey on the ignorance and fears of low information voters with concocted slights and fabricated numbers, yet are oblivious to the fact a record low number of minorities own homes & businesses, our economy has the lowest workforce participation since Jimmy Carter, welfare recipients have nearly doubled to 50 million since 2008, the dollar is basically worthless, the debt will grow an unfathomable 10 trillion under Barack Obama alone, and some third world countries now have higher quarterly economic growth than America. Yes, Detroit, we know what promise zones look like beneath the 50 year-old veil of progressive rule and incompetence.
Yet, despite these overwhelming facts, liberals continue to regulate and destroy private enterprise, “evil” job producing capitalism, in lieu of erecting an entitlement culture that is bound to collapse upon itself. Instead of dealing with the critical issues at hand, a crumbling economy and massive debt, our co-called leaders are more concerned with changing the terms of “Obamacare” and “welfare” to avoid the inevitable negative stigma of both catastrophes, rather than solving the problems unraveling our beloved republic. Real leaders, those chosen to faithfully serve their country, never hide from the truth; they embrace it, accept it, and learn from it in order to correct their mistakes and identify their ideological missteps. What exactly has this administration discovered during the past 6 years? That “We the People” are either too dumb, apathetic, or weak to stop the most radical President and destructive political agenda in American history. Otherwise, they couldn’t care less. So what’s the moral of this bedtime story? Throw a pebble in the water and you scatter a few fish. Throw an institution into the water and the lords of tyranny are bound to surface.