Most Frightening 6 Words Ever Said

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He may not be the Anti-Christ, but he sure is the Anti-America.
On August 3, 2011, the day after he closed the debt-ceiling addicted-to-debt deal, Obama said this to a room full of fellow Democrats at an evening campaign fundraiser in Chicago:

“It’s been a long, tough journey. But we have made some incredible strides together. Yes, we have. But the thing that we all ought to remember is that as much as good as we have done, precisely because the challenges were so daunting, precisely because we we were inheriting so many challenges, that we’re not even halfway there yet. When I said ‘change we can believe in’ I didn’t say ‘change we can believe in tomorrow.’ Not change we can believe in next week. We knew this was going to take time because we’ve got this big, messy, tough democracy.”

Did you get that? Obama said:

We’re not even halfway there yet

The six most frightening words ever uttered begin at the 0:42 mark:

H/t Real Clear Politics

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0 responses to “Most Frightening 6 Words Ever Said

  1. Am I The Only One?

    How about these six words:
    “The People Have Re-elected Me President!”

  2. “He shall go to the generation of his fathers, they shall never see light” Psalm 49-20.

  3. I’m really handicapped in watching these videos and the tv news. The truth is I cannot stand to look at his face or hear the sound of his voice …. literally everything about him makes my stomach churn.

  4. This man must be defeated.
    Should he win a second term, America is finished.

    • Dave, unfortunately, I think we may already be done. I think they’ve tipped the scales in their favor. The more sheep on the entitlement “teat” equals more votes than those promoting individual responsibility.
      The left have effectively indoctrinated the masses into believing that “Everything should be handled and handed out by the Government”. Whereas, most of the Right have been hiding in the shadows, afraid of the PC obsessed media who will label those who stand for responsibility as racists, extremists, and now terrorists.
      My own personal opinion here, but I think we were bombarded in the late 80’s and all through the 90’s by the leftist media professing political correctness. We didn’t recognize it at first. So much so, that I think a large percentage of Boomers and Gen Xer’s began to question their own outlook: “I guess I’ve been looking at all this the wrong way since it seems everyone agrees we have to walk on egg shells and can’t call it like I see it.”
      It wasn’t until it was so blatant that we began to say “Wait a minute, what is happening to America?” i.e. abortion, gay marriage, affirmative action, welfare abuse, no Ten Commandments… Again, I fear it was and remains too late. While we were all cowering in the corner, fearful to question the continued doling out of welfare checks to minority inner city recipients, or approving mortgages to people who did not qualify, or the crap the left was putting on TV, or giving tremendous power and influence to unions…the more and more dependent voters the left added to their rolls.
      Good luck to anyone trying to get elected saying “yes, I am going to hold you accountable and reign in on the entitlements”.


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