That about sums up Sen. Obama’s beliefs in a few words. For me, those words are as dangerous as Karl Marx’s famous quote “From each, according to his ability; to each, according to his need.”
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. (AP) – Filling in for Sen. Edward M. Kennedy and tying himself to the family’s legacy, Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama urged college graduates Sunday to “make us believe again” by dedicating themselves to public service.
“We may disagree as Americans on certain issues and positions, but I believe we can be unified in service to a greater good.I intend to make it a cause of my presidency, and I believe with all my heart that this generation is ready and eager and up to the challenge,” Obama told Wesleyan University’s Class of 2008.
Frighting. But, let’s contrast this with Sen. McAmnesty’s thinking.
McCain once said “each and every one of us has a duty to serve a cause greater than our own self-interest.” That cause will be the good of the collective, often defined as the nation or the national community.
Again, frighting. Now that question is, my little sheeple, what’s the difference in their thinking? Not much from my eyes. Or, are they both trying to tell us something?
Just another reason why I will be voting for Bob Barr/Wayne Allyn Root. The Libertarian Party nominees.