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Obama’s mob…he owns it!

Yesterday our community organizer in-chief traveled to Michigan and did what he does best;agitate the agitators who will do his bidding.  Again check out the below clip to see the master manipulator in action.

What we’re seeing is the President of the United States inject himself into state matters,  Even though he knows he has no authority to change anything in this arena it doesn’t stop him from tapping into the emotions of the mob.  His words as misguided and irresponsible as they were evoked the anger of the mob.  And today it played out in Lansing Michigan.

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This anger led to an assault on conservative activist Steven Crowder.

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Mr. President you own this!  You are just as responsible for the assault on Mr. Crowder as the thugs who actually hit him.  This is your mob.  These are your people.  Their anger is your anger. This is your vision of America; angry and filled with hate. So step up and take responsibility for the America you so carefully crafted with your inflammatory words and careless actions.  You own it!

Liberty forever, freedom for all!


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  • Harrison December 12, 2012 at 12:09 AM

    Obama doesn’t care – Crowder, the guy who got punched – is already being blamed.

    It is so easy for Leftists to turn things around and shift the blame – the party of victims – that nobody will listen – or care – about the truth.
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    • John Carey December 12, 2012 at 5:27 AM

      You are absolutely correct Harrison. He does not care because for him these people are only tools to him. Tools that he can use to advance his agenda. The sad part is these union workers don’t even realize how they’re being used. Most mobs don’t. They just live for the moment.
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  • Steve Dennis December 12, 2012 at 5:52 AM

    You nailed this John! I was going to write a post about how Obama incited the violence and the mobs we are seeing with his speech but I didn’t get to it. There is no doubt in my mind that Obama was hoping for this reaction because while he knows there is nothing he can do about it he wants to get people fired up against the GOP to the point where there is violence. The end justifies the means and his end goal is grabbing as much control as possible.
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    • John Carey December 12, 2012 at 10:32 PM

      Exactly Steve. Think about this, he picked the day that Michigan legislators voted to make Michigan a right to work state to “visit” the state for a speech about the fiscal cliff and while he was there he just happen to mention about how wrong legislators were to take union rights away. He intentionally did this to not only undermine the Republican legislators and governor but to also stir up emotions in the mob that was for him. This was the first speech he made in Michigan in 8 months….hmmm
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  • JoeWorker December 12, 2012 at 8:44 AM

    He’s pro-union, definitely, but he in no way suggested violence as a means of furthering workers’ rights. The article makes quite a leap by trying to blame Obama for a conservative getting punched in the face. Mr. Crowder probably invited the altercation by promoting his own views in an environment where he had very little support. The ones responsible for the altercation were the ones involved, no one else. Extending responsibility to very other worker present, and the President, neglects fundamental rules of cause and effect. By your argument, Republicans in Arizona, and across America, are responsible for Jared Lee Loughner’s assassination attempt on Gabrielle Giffords. Instead of focusing on others’ hate, which is really just workers’ attempts at securing autonomy and the opportunity for a comfortable life, why not focus on the hate of those who are a part of your own conservative movement?

    • LD Jackson December 12, 2012 at 12:24 PM

      Republicans had nothing to do with the atrocious attack on Giffords in Arizona. That has already been proven more than a little false. Making the case that the President owns the violence as a result of his rhetoric isn’t nearly as much of a stretch as you portray it to be.
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    • John Carey December 12, 2012 at 11:00 PM

      What he did was calculated and divisive. Make no mistake, he knew exactly what he was doing and he knew how these thugs would act. He was a community organizer and as a community organizer he knows how to stir up the mob. He understands the patterns of unions. It wasn’t that long ago when International Longshore and Warehouse Union workers brandishing baseball bats and crowbars, stormed Port of Longview and held six security guards hostage in Washington. For you to justify this violence by saying Mr. Crowder probably invited the altercation by promoting his own views in an environment where he had very little support is absolute nonsense. Our founders believed that robust debate was essential in our republic. The held freedom of speech as one of the most important components in keeping a free society.

      My father always told me he who swings first runs is the first to run out of ideas. As for hate in the conservative movement, I find that more hate in the intolerant left than I have ever seen on the right. Contrary to what you have been told, we are not a bunch of racists, women hating, gay bashing, Nazis. Our values and belief in the principles of liberty and freedom benefit all Americans regardless of race or gender including those who desire to be our masters because they feel we cannot govern ourselves. I have found those on the left very intolerant of my religious beliefs, my race, and my values. In fact they hate me for them. You don’t here me calling them a racist or a christianphobe do you?
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  • Infidel de Manahatta December 12, 2012 at 10:28 AM

    Obama injecting himself into state matters: Unfortunately federalism has been a dead letter for decades, possibly going back to the 17th amendment.
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  • proof December 12, 2012 at 11:08 AM

    Too bad that with this crowd “choice” only has to do with terminating pregnancies.
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