2012 politics

“Hope and Change” Obama’ slogan is now replaced by the leftist slogan, “Forward”

(Populism is not the American way, its Obama’s way…)

Sometimes ago when I read “Dreams from my Father” by Mr. Obama I knew immediately we picked the wrong man to led the country as president:

To avoid being mistaken for a sellout, I chose my friends carefully. The more politically active black students. The foreign students. The Chicanos. The Marxist Professors and the structural feminists and punk-rock performance poets. We smoked cigarettes and wore leather jackets. At night, in the dorms, we discussed neocolonialism, Franz Fanon, Eurocentrism, and patriarchy. When we ground out our cigarettes in the hallway carpet or set our stereos so loud that the walls began to shake, we were resisting bourgeois society’s stifling constraints. We weren’t indifferent or careless or insecure. We were alienated.

This is okay for teaching a course in cultural studies, however, the country does not need politics in socialist-humanities and that is why the possibility of turning the White House keys over to the next president, Mitt Romney and Mr. Obama force to pack luggage to leave the W. House, is highly probable.  Despite what the Polls and the main stream media is telling us, the Obama’s campaign for 2012 in Ohio was “Forward”, a political leftist slogan used during the arrival of communism and socialism in Europe. However, with nothing new to offer to people or counter the rugged economics’ shape of our economy, Mr. Obama was appealing to typical rhetorical populism speech and noticeable dislike comments for American corporatism. The opening, the logo, the speech, the aura of the whole opening campaign of a man claiming to be in the side of the middle class is flaw, so was the ever-present reminiscent of the old European leftist under the ideological gaze of comrade Marx and Engel’s dictum.

And so did Mr. Obama yesterday pleading for people’s support to allow him another four more years in office: “there is much to do”, comrade Obama said in Ohio, “I tell you what,” . . . “we cannot give him [Mitt Romney] that chance.” Then the collective crowd of 14,000 supporters erupted into cheers and chants of “Four more years!” Mr. Obama’s political arguments for most conservative and independents Americans has became visibly contentious, estrange and culturally foreign to America. Now, more than ever, his record in office confirms absolute inability to raise the jobs-market and bring a truly positive realm of new ideas into the country’ spirit. A real presidential leader does not continue to blame his flaws on the GOP, and must stop blaming “profit maximization” as the devil of the nation. If Obama wants to have a second serving as the next chief of the country, he will need to change his anti business mantra and put aside his Keynesian socialist-humanism.

Mr. Obama’s sentiment for anti-corporatism, anti-business came to light again yesterday’s campaigning in Ohio seeking political support from the gather mass to go against the very nation’s heart that pumps economic blood every day across the country. What Mr. Obama, by unconscious or conscious omission, does not want to reveal that any kind of business or corporations are by nature, bureaucratic, administrative institutions that works to increase production, create profitable capital gains and thus maintain payrolls for millions of Americans. This payroll goes to the hardworking Americans every day so they can put food in the table and pay their bills. Perhaps, he meant to say by corporation “we were resisting bourgeois society’s stifling constraints

Mitt Romney  said, “No matter how many lofty campaign speeches President Obama gives, the fact remains that American families are struggling on his watch: to pay their bills, find a job and keep their homes.”

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See what others are saying: Obama’s New Slogan, “Forward”, Reveals His Inner Socialist

It’s not the first time Barack Obama used Marxist imagery in a campaign. In 2008 Barack Obama’s posters resembled Marxist-Leninist campaign posters. Read Full Blog Post »

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