Obama, followers seeking to establish dictatorship

August 17, 2013 

One choice, One voice, One dictator.

I would only hope that all America could read the Aug. 13 letter by Mr. Patrick Neylan ("Under Obama, 'One Voice, One Thought, One Choice").

It speaks volumes for those who do not understand what the progressive movement has always been about. That is: Total control and elimination of one of the greatest documents ever written for free men everywhere, the Constitution of these United States of America.

The one voice of Obama has overstepped the authority of his office more than once when it comes to the Constitution. Those who think that Obama is doing a good job, I'm afraid will only wake up when it's too late and he declares martial law and institutes himself as dictator of America.

Does this sound like I'm afraid? Well, I am. The statement that those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it has its fulfillment on the horizon.

The entire leadership of Obama follows are much too close to that of Hitler, as far as I'm concerned. It is possible that the two-party system has become outdated, but that should just reopen the door for some common sense leadership to take their place as Constitutionalists -- leadership that would revert back to what this nation was founded upon. A republic of the people by the people and for the people.

This nation does not need a leader to make decisions for all the people ... it is all the people who should be making the decisions. The popular vote of all the people is what should have the final say. And the final response is yes.

"One voice, One thought, One choice" does sound familiar; does the word "Nazi" sound familiar?

George Hefner


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