Why Obama is scary...

**Why Obama Scares Me, Too **
by Chuck Norris ](http://www.humanevents.com/search.php?author_name=Chuck+Norris)

The New York Times passed on the opportunity to publish a great op-ed letter to President Barack Obama from Lou Pritchett, a former vice president of Procter & Gamble. Pritchett worked for that company for 36 years, until his retirement in 1989.

Confirmed by the Internet watchdog Snopes](http://www.snopes.com/POLITICS/SOAPBOX/YOUSCAREME.ASP), here’s a sample of what Pritchett wrote:

Dear President Obama:

You are the thirteenth President under whom I have lived and unlike any of the others, you truly scare me. …

You scare me because you have never run a company or met a payroll. …

You scare me because for over half your life you have aligned yourself with radical extremists who hate America and you refuse to publicly denounce these radicals who wish to see America fail.

You scare me because you are a cheerleader for the ‘blame America’ crowd and deliver this message abroad.

You scare me because you want to change America to a European style country where the government sector dominates instead of the private sector.

You scare me because you want to replace our health care system with a government controlled one.

You scare me because you prefer ‘wind mills’ to responsibly capitalizing on our own vast oil, coal and shale reserves. …

You scare me because you have begun to use ‘extortion’ tactics against certain banks and corporations.

You scare me because your own political party shrinks from challenging you on your wild and irresponsible spending proposals. …

You scare me because the media gives you a free pass on everything you do.

You scare me because you demonize and want to silence the Limbaughs, Hannitys, O’Reillys and Becks who offer opposing, conservative points of view.

You scare me because you prefer controlling over governing.

Finally, you scare me because if you serve a second term I will probably not feel safe in writing a similar letter in 8 years.

Lou Pritchett

Thank you, Mr. Pritchett, for your love for America, honesty and willingness to risk your reputation by speaking up to this administration.

Now let me add a few of my own fears to yours:

President Obama:

You scare me because so many amazing corporate and American leaders, such as Lou Pritchett, are saying you scare them.

You scare me because after you initiate more government borrowing and bailouts than all presidents combined, you then require Congress to follow a system that is “pay-as-you-go.”

You scare me because you really do believe that going into massive amounts of debt can remedy our economy in the long run.

You scare me because your actions don’t reflect the federal governmental constraints and fiscally prudent principles of our Founding Fathers and Constitution.

You scare me because you repeatedly still play the blame game with the Bush administration but never blame the Clinton administration, even though it was responsible for the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac subprime fiasco via the proliferation of loans to unqualified borrowers.

You scare me because you buy and run the banking, automobile and (soon) health industries with taxpayers’ money but refuse to call it socialism.

You scare me because you claim to be a fighter for minorities and the promises of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness yet do not defend the unborn. What greater minority is there than those in the womb, against whom you already have enacted more pro-abortion laws than anyone since the Roe v. Wade decision?

You scare me because you promise to defend the U.S. against all potential enemies yet pacify those harboring terrorists, fight for the rights of combative detainees, and enable the enemies of Israel.

You scare me because you deny America’s Judeo-Christian heritage before other countries of the world, espousing “the promise of a secular nation” during an age in which religious revisionism is on the rise. (Thank God for Rep. Randy Forbes, R-Va., and others like him, who even now are trying to preserve America’s religious history by proposing the passage of a bill that would create “America’s Spiritual Heritage Week.” Call or write your representative today to support it.)

You scare me because your media team (including the mainstream media) seeks to label as radical, quarantine socially or in some way penalize any opposing conservative voices (such as conservative talk show hosts, news agencies, columnists and actors, such as Jon Voight).

You scare me because your media team does not address or diminish in any way your deification before the world, epitomized by the editor of Newsweek who stated this past week on Chris Matthews’ MSNBC show: “In a way, Obama’s standing above the country, above the world. He’s sort of God.” (How much scarier can it get than representative statements like that in a republic that once stood for a balance among political powers and a government “by the people, for the people”?)


Chuck Norris

America, it’s time to awaken from your slumber. Quit looking to the government for answers, and start looking to reputable sources. I recommend starting with Lou Pritchett’s 1995 business book, “Stop Paddling & Start Rocking the Boat.”

Jae, I’ll bet there is a monster living under your bed too. :mrgreen::p:twisted::mrgreen:

"Put Your Lights On"
(feat. Everlast)

Hey now, all you sinners
Put your lights on, put your lights on
Hey now, all you lovers
Put your lights on, put your lights on

Hey now, all you killers
Put your lights on, put your lights on
Hey now, all you children
Leave your lights on, you better leave your lights on

Cause there’s a monster living under my bed
Whispering in my ear
There’s an angel, with a hand on my head
She say I’ve got nothing to fear

There’s a darkness living deep in my soul
I still got a purpose to serve
So let your light shine, deep into my home
God, don’t let me lose my nerve
Lose my nerve

Hey now, hey now, hey now, hey now
Wo oh hey now, hey now, hey now, hey now

Hey now, all you sinners
Put your lights on, put your lights on
Hey now, all you children
Leave your lights on, you better leave your lights on

Because there’s a monster living under my bed
Whispering in my ear
There’s an angel, with a hand on my head
She say’s I’ve got nothing to fear
La illaha illa Allah
We all shine like stars
La illaha illa Allah
We all shine like stars
Then we fade away

Here you go.

Old been posted before lets get some new stuff OK

And in a space of a few years we have gone from “Tear down that wall!” to the present president’s “What me worry?” Where past Presidents, Republican and Democrat, had firmly supported those enslaved people around the world who literally died for freedom and had made America a shining beacon for the freedom loving peoples of the world, this one sits on his hands and mumbles platitudes about non interference while the people of Iran fight and sometimes die for their right to a meaningful vote.

Tragic. Spineless. Disgusting.

It’s their fight. If the Iranian people want a change they need to do it on their own. Let them have their civil war. The people will eventually win out.

The last thing we need is another Iraq. And Iran is a much larger Country than Iraq.

Umm George Canada is also a world power somewhat Are they going to send anyone or do something about it? I do not think so . Canadian government is a fence sitting bunch also Mostly rose colored glasses . Canada is also Known as a great negotiator Maybe that could be done.

Kinda of like Bosnia…1995…oh but that was Clinton…

Yep…who was it that launched over 200 cruise missiles on Iraq, Sudan and Afghanistan…Clinton again…1998.

Yep…then there was Johnson…what did he do…escalate the war in Vietnam…

And lets not forget Kennedy and the Bay of Pigs…but that was under …good ole democrat…

Funny how democrats start crap yet nothing is said…

Yep…then there was Johnson…what did he do…escalate the war in Vietnam…
But i think tricky Dicky and a hand in that one also

Well you certainly are the sensitive one. I simply mentioned that we don’t need another war. I never mentioned anything about political parties or who started them.

Relax a little. :mrgreen:

Sorry Kevin i did snap back lol

No need to apologize. besides, I wasn’t referring to you Wayne. :wink:

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Just kidding!


His hand was in bringing them home…
What a screwed up war…I remember working with a ranger on a framing crew in the late 70’s…he got hit a booby trap…his legs and arms had chunks of meat missing…but he was a darn good framer… a little crazy but fun to be with.

I remember what he said about the war… that most of the ones that ***** about it were neither on the front lines (not that there were front lines), not there at all…or just plain wimps…(he then told me what wimp stood for…you can figure out). He said most battles didn’t last more than a few minutes…hit and run tactics. He respected those that served in Korea and WW2…he said Vietnam was a cake walk compared to those. I always liked Stans outlook on life…real simple.


I am relaxed…lol… just like to bring to rememberance to the hypocritical Bush bashers who have so soon forgotten what their party and hero is all about.


No one needs a war but sometimes one is necessary.

I agree. But there is a difference between “need” and “want”. Iraq was a war of choice. The Bush administration wanted that war. They didn’t need it. And even though some are still in denial, you can bet your A** that if they had it to do over again they wouldn’t be attacking Iraq.

And as far as Iran goes. If it erupts into a civil war it will be their war. Not ours, regardless of who we would rather have in power over there.

Why would Bush have wanted that war?

And please don’t be shallow.

**OIL **

[size=2]in really deep wells[/size]

Too bad you chose shallow.:roll:

It’s the weakest argument for your assertion.:wink: