Al Sharpton: “The American public overwhelmingly voted for Socialism when they elected President Obama”

Is Al Sharpton’s statement correct? Did America vote for Socialism? Isn’t Socialism a form of government that cannot co-exist with the US Constitution? Don’t socialist governments usually and ultimately result in dictatorial, elitist communist rule, with poverty for the masses?

There is a tremendous and overwhelming quantity of facts that show Obama, members of Obama’s Administration and members of the US Congress are Marxists-Socialists-Communists-Maoists. So, isn’t it more likely that Obama and many others in Congress have decided (on their own) that they want to transform America into a socialist/communist nation? Should Americans allow the US to become socialist? Or should they protect the Constitution and remove these socialists from power quickly before they do any more damage to our country than they already have?

Its time for a Velvet Revolution!

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4 thoughts on “Al Sharpton: “The American public overwhelmingly voted for Socialism when they elected President Obama””

  1. “The American public overwhelmingly voted for Socialism when they elected President Obama”
    Please someone out there tell me what part of the above statement is incorrect.

  2. I believe he has rushed his Marxist ideology through congress so fast that it is hopeless to try and turn things around. The damage is done with the passing of socialized health care.
    Now he is letting people off by having the banks pay their mortgages and buy their gasoline.
    What’s next?
    Sharia law?

  3. Spot on Aussie. From my perspective the win by Obama was mostly due to dissatisfaction with Bush and the Republican party. However, the Democrats may well turn out to be worse – we shall see – but the indicators are not positive at present. This is one of the problems with what is effectively a two party state (you don’t like A so you choose B which is equally flawed – the range of choice is limited). This problem is also shared by Australia. On another point it appears that the time in office is sufficiently limited so that no real progress in policy can be achieved, but this argument is flawed when one considers that the real power lies with the Public servant body who are nominally responsible for determining policy decisions within Westminster type systems as well the American system.

  4. Al Sharpton was so vocal and outspoken calling Americans racist if they did not vote for head arsehole, obummer. Now, that his eyes are open, he realizes what a frikken moron he will be perceived as. To give him credit, he is trying to rectify the wrong. Mitt Romney would have made an excellent President. The bloke has flair, style and class, besides being an damn good business man. His only drawback was being a Mormon.

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