Paradigm Shift In How Citizens View A Sitting President


When was the last time you remember rooting for a leader of one of America’s traditional enemies instead of its own leader? I can’t recall that happening in the 40 years I have been following politics.

According to a recent poll, Americans favored, by an almost 2-1 margin, Russia’s Vladimir Putin over our President in the handling of the Syrian chemical weapons crisis.

The view of the office of the Presidency of the United States has undergone a fundamental change since Barack Obama, formerly known as Barry Soetoro, was elected in 2008.

Although Presidents come and go, good ones and bad, most have at least tried to give the impression of trying to do what is best for America, even if they’re not — until Obama. Unlike former occupants of the office, Obama clearly does not consider himself to be accountable to anyone: not to the law, Congress or the American people. He does not even appear to attempt to cover up his lawlessness against the Constitution or his alignment with America’s enemies like al-Qaida and the Muslim Brotherhood. His arrogance knows no bounds. For possibly the first time in American history, a sitting President is seen by a growing number of U.S. citizens as an enemy of the people and America itself.

It is commonplace anymore to read blogs and hear callers on radio programs calling the President of the United States a traitor and even have them side with our traditional antagonists like Russia. Obama is also often viewed as an enemy of our longtime ally, Israel, for his aiding and abetting terrorist organizations like the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and refusing to do anything about Iran’s nuclear buildup. Even when reading posts from people on news sites like Yahoo, hardly an advocate for conservatism, Obama news is typically overwhelmingly critical of him and often in the strongest terms. To hear Obama referred to as a Manchurian candidate is also not an uncommon occurrence.

In short, Obama is viewed by a growing number of people as being an enemy of America and against anything that could be good or beneficial for the country. That represents a paradigm shift of how the office of President is now perceived. If you care about liberty and the law, call the White House and demand accountability from Obama.

–Lorne Dey

Personal Liberty

US~Observer Staff

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