Elect Barack Hussein Obama, that is, in the words of Mark Levin.
I urge you to listen here to several minutes from his show where he talks about the two different visions vying for control in America [it won't embed].
From Jeff Poor’s report over at The Daily Caller:
“We’re never going to get out of this situation with a president like this — never,” Levin said. “Just listen to him, see what he proposes. Then of course he blames Congress, he really means the Republicans in Congress, when he doesn’t get his way. I thank God they’re there to stop him. What annoys me is he’s there stopping them.”
Levin said there are two competing visions for the country — that some people “love it” and that other Americans claim they love it, but really “hate it.”
Within the country, he said, are mini-experiments of the competing visions.
“You can see the pockets of tyranny within our own country,” he said. “And we still don’t learn from it. Let me put it bluntly: Tyranny is not compassionate. Tyranny doesn’t create responsible, self-sufficient citizens. It creates subjects. Tyranny attacks the differences between individuals, tries to force uniformity and conformity.”
“We made a huge mistake three-and-a-half years ago electing this man president as a society — a huge, huge mistake,” he said. “We do it again, it’s not a mistake. It’s national suicide.”
God Bless Mark Levin.
From Bob at The Camp of The Saints: http://thecampofthesaints.org/