“I pledge allegiance to the United States of America,
And not to an ideology, which can never stand,
One nation under socialism, divisive,
With no liberty or justice for anyone.”
This November, you will make a choice. Will you choose One Nation Under Socialism?
McNaughton’s Answers to Questions Regarding This Painting:
Q: Why the title “One Nation Under Socialism?”
A: Our federal government has been moving in the direction of socialism for over one hundred years. Many presidents and politicians have compromised the Constitution as we have given away our freedoms under the guise of entitlements and government intervention. When the people are willing to sacrifice the next generation for their current lifestyles and allow the federal government to have all the power for an illusory mess of pottage—you have chosen One Nation Under Socialism.
Q: What do you mean by an ideology, which can never stand?
One side of me thinks I should be stunned, but then the other side smacks me, shouts “WAKE UP” and reminds me of just who Obama is – a person who is ambivalent about this nation’s exceptionalism, the greatness of her warriors, and the honor, intelligence and patriotism of her citizens.
Earlier in the week, Fraternal Order of Police National President Chuck Canterbury sent a letter expressing his “profound disappointment” with the invitation and followed it up with a phone call reminding Mr. Obama’s staff that National Police Week is “a time to honor law-enforcement officers for their service and sacrifice.”
Today on Glenn’s show, he had fired I.G. Gerald Walpin back on the show to give us the latest updates. If you remember, Walpin was fired as the Inspector General for AmeriCorps after investigating wrong-doing by an Obama pal, and Obama didn’t like that much. So he was fired after refusing to resign, a violation of a law which Obama himself co-sponsored in 2008. The law stated there must be a 30-day notice given, as well as cause. Well, Mr. Walpin finally got the “cause” today: he seemed confused and disoriented in one meeting out of dozens he had attended. What? You’ve GOT to be kidding me!
I, like Glenn, am so sorry this honorable man is going through this. This is truly un-American, and Obama needs to be called on it. NOW!
Yes, he did. Last night on Bill O’Reilly, Ellis Henican was on to discuss the obvious media bias in the coverage of the recent murders of Dr. George Tiller, Army Pvt. William Long, and Guard Stephen T. Johns. However, Ellis didn’t agree it was media bias, but decided to explain the “newsworthiness” criteria to O’Reilly. You see, there are three things to take into consideration, according to Ellis, and they are this:
1. The prominence of the victim.
2. The incendiary aspects of the issue behind the murder.
3. Who is fanning the flames of that issue?
So, Ellis. Are you saying Pvt. Long is not prominent-enough of a victim to be considered newsworthy? Oh, REALLY?!? Okay fair enough. I’ll give you that much (in the mind of the MSM, that is, but I don’t agree), so let’s move on to the second criteria: the incendiary aspects of the issue behind the murder.
Pvt. Long was murdered BECAUSE he was an American, BECAUSE he was in the military, and BECAUSE he and his brothers are currently fighting a war against jihadists around the globe. You don’t believe these qualify for “incendiary aspects” surrounding the issue of this murder? Sorry, dude, but you’re way off base on that.