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ObamaLand, The Movie

by Ray on September 9, 2009

in Liberty

The direction in which President Obama is currently pointing us is so drastically far removed from anything any of our Founding Fathers could have imagined, that we here at Liberty’s Army thought a little video contrasting the two different paths might be useful. Although we certainly hope you enjoy “ObamaLand, The Movie”, more importantly we hope it reinforces the need for activism – – No More “Mr. Nice Guy”! No More “Silent Majority”! Now is the time to make our voices be heard . . . If not now . . . when?

In the 1997 movie, “Liar, Liar”, actor Jim Carey’s, character, Fletcher Reede is arguing a case in court when his opponent makes a very good point he objects:

Fletcher: Your honor, I object!
Judge: Why?
Fletcher: Because it’s devastating to my case!

Liberals cannot argue the substance of issues because their policies make no sense. When questioned about these policies they resort to any number of strategies:

1. Insulting the questioner’s intelligence
2. Calling the questioner names
3. Discrediting the questioner
4. Rambling
5. Violence
6. Denying any opposing voice

First case in point, CIA Director James Woolsey evades questions on the Iraq war by insulting Jan Helfeld:

California Democrat Rep. Pete Stark is an expert in these callow tactics. Here is what Michelle Malkin has to say about the congressman:

——-Foul Language Warning——–

Longtime readers of this blog are well aware of California Democrat Rep. Pete Stark (Raving Mad)’s unhingedness.

He has called a Republican opponent a “c**ksucker”, left a profanity-laced message on a constituent’s voicemail, and suggested on the floor of the House that Republicans are sending men and women to Iraq “to get their heads blown off for the president’s amusement.”

He’s an unrepentant basket case — and everything that’s wrong with Washington.

Here’s fresh proof from an independent TV documentarian Jan Helfeld, whose Socratic interviewing techniques cause Stark to engage in another trademark tirade. Helfeld asks Stark about the national debt and the economy. Stark tells him repeatedly to “shut up,” sneers at Helfeld’s lack of an advanced economic degree, and ends the interview by bolting from his chair and telling Helfeld to “Get the f**k out of here or I’ll throw you out the window:”

This next example is of self-appointed funny guy, judge of intelligence, and bestower of labels, Bill Maher.

Senate Majority Leader, Harry Reid provides so many examples of these school-yard tactics.

harry-reid reports the following:

Town hall protesters are “evil-mongers,” says Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.)

Reid coined the term in a speech to an energy conference in Las Vegas this week and repeated it in an interview with Politics Daily.

Such “evil-mongers” are using “lies, innuendo and rumor,” to drown out rational debate, Reid said.

CNN correspondent Susan Roesgen and Janine Garofalo bash tea party participants nationwide:

Here Congressman Charlie Rangel insults Governor Sarah Palin:

Here is another example from Senator Reid, this time rambling:

I wonder what Bill Maher would say about Senate Majority Leader, Harry Reid.

In this video Glenn Beck shows how the left-leaning media works to try to marginalize and silence those opposed to ObamaCare.

Finally, the liberals show us the “proper” way to express an opposing view: