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Opposing Obama and George Soros

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C Robert JonesPhD

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Gird up for battle. The next two years will be a rocky road. Barack Obama is no Bill Clinton. He's far more leftist. He's at least equally as ruthless (which is really saying something, because both Clintons are among the most ruthless American politicians of our lifetimes). His outlook is far more alien to middle America, in that he really does believe much of middle America is benighted -- clinging wrongly to God and guns, unable to think clearly under pressure, too stupid or ignorant or bourgeois to know what's in their own best interests. And he doesn't share Clinton's neediness for short-term, person-to-person, feel-the-brotherly-love positive reinforcement. His goal isn't personal "connection" with voters; it's long-term adulation or adoration, verging on worshipfulness -- an adulation that recognizes him as a world-transformational figure, a virtual gift to mankind. Liberal billionaire financier George Soros referenced the book “1984” while predicting Tuesday night that America’s “open society“ could ”be on the verge of some dictatorial democracy,” all before turning his sights on Glenn Beck and calling him a throwback to wild and crazy radical elements.

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