Does obama believe in and seek to promote the concept of American execeptionalism, whatever the cost?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    The Obama Administration has brought the Ugly American back to life.

    While Obama nods toward an Iranian government which denies the Holocaust, seeks nuclear weapons, and considers America the Great Satan, he gratuitously snubs a constitutional government in Honduras and trusts, instead, the Marxist law-breaker who sought an illegal vote to extend his term of office.

    When thinking about what defines the Obama doctrine, we might be tempted to say it encompasses blaming America first or apologizing to the world for an unjust America.

    It would be accurate to observe that Obama has done both, but those events merely undergird Obama's larger ideological goal.

    "Mr. Obama is systematically diminishing the United States, effecting its transformation from what was once called 'the world's only superpower' to a nation subordinated to the demands of international consensus, organizations, 'peer competitors' and even rogue states

    Obama [ IS Jeremiah Wright and IS Bill Ayers] and he hates America, and that counts most.

    Obama is already a "lame duck" failed president and conservatism is on the ascendancy.

    The United States IS an exceptional nation. Most Americans would not regard that as a controversial statement. And there is a good reason for that: it is true. The U.S. is the world’s oldest and most stable capitalist liberal democracy.

    It was the first nation founded in an act of rebellion against a colonial power.

    It was the first nation founded on the belief that the rights of man are inherent and God-given, and that the powers of the government derive from the consent of the people.

    It was, therefore, the first nation to recognize that the state must be limited to the powers granted by the people, and to recognize explicitly that the state was founded to secure their rights.

    It was the first nation to be based on a separation of powers, and on the clear subordination of the military to civilian rule. And it was the first nation to state all of this in a constitution that was publicly debated and democratically accepted.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    He is making every effort to destroy any thought that the single most dynamic, successful, most powerful, most free, richest and most charitable nation in the history of the world is nothing special... Barack Hussein 0bama mm mm mm... A teleprompter reading amateur South Chicago ACORN community organizing punk.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    No. Obama doesn't believe we should be exceptional at anything. He goes around apologizing to the world. Obama is the most pathetic and embarrassing president ever.

  • 1 decade ago

    Quite the opposite. Obama is bringing us down at all costs.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    No, he doesn't believe in it. Even through, it is that American Exceptionalism that made his Presidency possible.

    He wants to destroy the idea.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    True leaders don't promote it with their words, they prove it with their actions.

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