Victor Davis Hanson has written this: "Where did these Guys Come From". He describes three foundational stones which President Obama’s actions rest on. The first is the belief in “Equality of Result”. He reminds us that this philosophy gave us the “French Revolution” evolving into the most destructive of totalitarian states doing all of their murders for the “Equality of Result”. Here is a quote:
It is why the French Revolution emphasized égalité and fraternité, while the Founding Fathers instead championed the freedom of the individual from the despotism of the state. In short, equality of result doctrine ignores the role of markets, of skills, of tragedy itself that renders some of us ill, others in perfect health, some born gifted, others less so, some evil by nature, others good, and instead promises that the state can even us all out through its power of material redistribution.
The second foundation that our future with President Obama rests on is “Multiculturalism”. This tenet of belief has become much more than an appreciation for different cultures. We have turned it into a weapon to wield with Christianity part of the unspoken problem. Here is another quote:
The ghetto resident, the denizen of the barrio, the abandoned and divorced waitress with three young children, can all chart their poverty and unhappiness not to accident, fate, bad luck, bad decisions, poor judgment, illegality or drug use, or simple tragedy, but rather exclusively to a system that is rigged to ensure oppression on the basis of race, class, and gender—often insidious and unfathomable except to the sensitive and gifted academic or community organizer.
The third foundational stone is the “Chicago Way”. You get what you want by hook or crook. This current congress doesn’t realize that all of America, if they availed themselves to the alternative media, saw just how votes were legally bought and sold. While in Zambia the opposition party won an election and had a majority in their congress. The problem was easily solved, offer a few positions to members of the opposition to switch parties. In a third world country this is as normal as Chicago politics. To see an American Senator be reduced to the level of a third world politician is disheartening but it seems to be the direction of equal results, multiculturalism and the Chicago way.