Democrat 101: Always Accuse the Enemy of the Very Same Crimes They Themselves Are Committing

Well, if you haven’t heard, our Vice President, Joe Biden, said yesterday in a speech in Danville, Virginia that “Romney wants to let the—he said in the first 100 days, he’s going to let the big banks once again write their own rules–unchain Wall Street. They gonna put y’all back in chains.

CNN reported:

“Biden later clarified the remarks at an event in Wytheville, Virginia suggesting his comments were in reference to House Speaker John Boehner’s use of the word ‘unshackled’ in talking about Ryan’s House budget proposal.

‘The last time these guys unshackled the economy, to use their term, they put the middle class in shackles. That’s how we got where we are,’ said Biden….”

One tried-and-true tactic of the left is to always accuse the enemy of the very same crimes they themselves are committing. If anybody is putting the American people in “chains,” it is Obama and the Democrat Party.  After all the profligate spending during Obama’s reign, unemployment and our national debt have vastly increased, despite the fact the American people were promised massive stimulus spending would bring unemployment down and restart the economy. None of this has come to pass–quite the opposite. The anemic economic growth of the private sector is the worst since WWII under the incompetent leadership of Obama and the democrats. But Obama claims “the private sector is doing fine.”

Let’s just look at some hardcore facts: Obama slashed $716 billion from Medicare to pay for Obamacare. But, now, Obama et ilk have the utter audacity to accuse republicans of gutting Medicare. It is estimated that some 75% off all costs associated with the healthcare bill will fall on the backs of the middle-class. But the dems continue to claim they are “fighting for the middle-class.”

Always accuse the enemy of the very same crimes they themselves are committing.

Let’s just get something straight here: Obama despises the middle-class, as do all dyed-in-the-wool Marxists. The so-called middle-class is the economic engine of the United States, so naturally Obama wants to put a boot on their throats in order to ensure they pay their “fair share”–so-called “shared sacrifice,” thus the duplicitous claim Obama is “fighting for the middle-class.” Gas and food prices have also skyrocketed under Obama’s leadership. Fighting for the middle-class, huh?

And do tell the American people, dear leader, how massive federal deficit spending and increasing the national debt more than all U.S. presidents combined is “fighting for the middle-class.” Not once have I heard the president even come close to broaching the issue of reducing spending; he only talks of more “investment,” i.e. spending.

It is my assertion Obama et ilk are suffering from a serious case of Stockholm Syndrome–a psychological phenomenon in which hostages express empathy and have positive feelings toward their captors. Consider the words of dear leader, who claimed he is the 4th greatest president in U.S. history: Obama alleges only FDR, Lyndon Johnson and Abraham Lincoln had produced more historical legislation than himself. Does Obama realize it is was Lyndon B. Johnson who was quoted as saying (in reference to Johnson’s Great Society initiative), “We’ll have those n*ggers voting democrat for the next two hundred years”? That’s right, folks, Obama thinks Johnson was one of our three greatest presidents! If that isn’t a classic example of Stockholm Syndrome, I don’t know what is.

So, back to Biden and his “they gonna put y’all back in chains” remark … isn’t ironic that Biden, a member of a political party that steadfastly supported slavery, Jim Crow laws and the KKK, is trying to make the ridiculous assertion republicans want to put people back in “chains”? Once again …

Always accuse the enemy of the very same crimes they themselves are committing.

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