Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for radicals:
The thirteenth rule: Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it. — P.126-129
Barack Obama is a student of Saul Alinsky, who himself was a student of Karl Marx. Mr.Alinsky developed a set of tactics that if used properly and to their maximum effectiveness, will turn society against itself, pitting one group in constant turmoil against the other, the supposed ”have nots” against the ”haves”.
Obama held a press conference yesterday in which he hammered home relentlessly the class warfare meme of the 2% ”not paying their fair share at the expense of the middle class”. Never mind the fact that it’s totally irrelevant how much a person earns and what their net worth is, or whether or not the ”2%” pays 40%-50 % or even 100% of their earnings to the federal government, it would never make a dent into the staggering debt load regardless.
NOTE: A word to Congressman Paul Ryan. I realize that you are speaking over Obama’s head directly to the American people about what really spurs economic growth, but you also have to educate the people about what Obama is up to. Mark Levin is right, Obama is actually attacking middle income earners in the long run, but first wants to appear that he’s on their side against the ”super rich”. Then after he’s done with them, he’ll turn his sights upon this group as well, for they represent a far greater source of wealth than the highly demonized 2%.
EXCLUSIVE — RYAN TO OBAMA: GET ‘REVENUE THROUGH ECONOMIC GROWTH,’ NOT TAXES
House Budget Committee chair Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) has rejected President Barack Obama’s demand to raise taxes as part of Obama’s proposal to achieve $1.6 trillion in additional tax revenues to avoid the “fiscal cliff.”
Instead, Ryan backed Speaker John Boehner’s position, which is that any new tax revenues must be achieved without passing higher tax rates.
In an exclusive statement to Breitbart News, Ryan specified that new revenues should come through economic growth and tax reform, not tax hikes:
Speaker Boehner has outlined a bipartisan way forward to avoid the “fiscal cliff” and get our economy growing: common-sense entitlement reform coupled with pro-growth tax reform. We can find common ground on responsible spending restraint and greater revenue through economic growth, but we have yet to see either a serious plan or leadership from President Obama. Speaker Boehner and House Republicans have delivered both.
Earlier today, President Obama signaled an openness to tax reform, but said that “closing loopholes in deductions” would not cover the cost of extending the current tax rates for the top two percent of earners.
NOTE II: Boehner has not delivered a serious plan, he has already proven himself not up to the task of confronting Obama. The man is consistently out maneuvered by the marxist-in-chief.