I was thinking about writing a post about how Obama and his Democrat cronies take a divide and conquer approach to politics.
Divide the genders with the “War on Women” meme, which, ironically, portrays women as sorry little things that can’t survive or flourish without Daddy Government helping them out.
Start a class war of the rich against the middle class, lower middle class, poor, which, ironically, portrays the poor as sorry little things that can’t survive or flourish without Daddy Government helping them out. (BTW – It appears income inequality has been exaggerated.)
Pit working moms against stay at home moms, which is just sorry.
UPDATE: I forgot the dividing of people along religious lines based on the health care mandate and birth control, which , again, portrays women as sorry little things that can’t survive or flourish without Daddy Government helping them out.
On virtually every issue Obama finds a way to divide rather than unite. No surprise here. This has been the Democrat method since Clinton first ran for president. I guess they learned it from Nixon, but failed to learn the lesson that Nixon became one of the most hated presidents in history. It may help him get re-elected or to institute his totalitarian policies, but it won’t make the country stronger or a better place to live. Quite the opposite.
It turns out, that from my strictly social perspective, I missed a whole realm of ways Obama’s dividing the nation.
President Obama’s “divide-and-conquer” approach isn’t what great leaders do, Jack Welch said Thursday.
The renowned former General Electric CEO chided the president for blaming others for economic woes.
“It was the insurance executives in health care. It was the bankers in the collapse. It was the oil companies as oil prices go up. It was Congress if things didn’t go the way he wanted. And recently it’s been the Supreme Court,” he said.
“He’s got an enemies list that would make Richard Nixon proud.”
Welch, who helmed GE for 21 years and founded the Jack Welch Management Institute at Strayer University, penned an op-ed article for Reuters with wife Suzy Welch this week in which he tackled the idea of Obama’s enemies list.
“Surely his supporters must think this particular tactic is effective, but there can be no denying that the country is more polarized than when Obama took office,” Welch wrote,…
Wow, Obama’s more of a divider than I thought. Quite accomplished. Welch saw the Nixon connection too.
Each day it becomes more clear Obama’s interest lies in being the ruler of the U.S., not in doing what’s best for the U.S. Of course, if he was interested in doing what’s best for the U.S., he wouldn’t run for a second term.
BTW – It’s typical of a narcissistic personality to not care about the damage you do.