Obama Hosts BBQ on 4th

This is a classic example of do as I say not as I do. Obama urged Americans to live the principles that founded the nation while he systematically goes about dismantling those very same principles.

He held up the Declaration as more than just words and yet for years the supreme court has manipulated the words of the Constitution (the law of the land) and misshapen their meanings into mere shells of the originalists intent.

He holds the Declaration up as the document that made us a beacon to the world while he ignores the Constitution which outlines the limits of federal government’s control over a free people. The Declaration of Independence was penned because of the abuse of power of King George III over the colonies attempts to live free of the Crown’s influence. This gave rise to the Declaration of Independence, a call to arms, to over throw the tyrannical crown.

The Constitution of the United States and its guidling principles are what built this great nation into a beacon of hope for the world. And to that ends Obama talked about newly created liberties not delieniated in the Constitution or the Declaration of Independence. If he actually read either document perhaps he would see the hypocrisy of his own Presidency and especially of this 4th of July message from the White House balcony.

clipped from www.breitbart.com
Calling the Declaration of Independence more than words on an aging parchment, President Barack Obama marked the Fourth of July on Sunday by urging Americans to live the principles that founded the nation as well as celebrate them.

“This is the day when we celebrate the very essence of America and the spirit that has defined us as a people and as a nation for more than two centuries,” Obama told guests at a South Lawn barbecue honoring service members and their families.

“We celebrate the principles that are timeless, tenets first declared by men of property and wealth but which gave rise to what Lincoln called a new birth of freedom in America—civil rights and voting rights, workers’ rights and women’s rights, and the rights of every American,” he said. “And on this day that is uniquely American we are reminded that our Declaration, our example, made us a beacon to the world.”

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