Obama Says He's Troubled By Angry Anti-Government Rhetoric
Here we go… Another lecture from Obama attacking those who oppose his radical policies.
How dare we!
Notice the strawman: Obama pretends that protesters are speaking out against government. Not true. The protesters are speaking out against his destructive policies. There’s a difference. But, it helps him more politically if he paints the protesters as being anti-government rather than anti-Big Government.
The AP reported:
President Barack Obama says he’s troubled by the angry rhetoric of those who are trying to make the case that government is “inherently bad.”
He tells graduates at the University of Michigan that people who take that line of attack seem to forget that in a democracy, “government is us.”
Obama also says in his commencement speech that members of the class of 2010 should seek out and listen to opposing views on the issues of the day.
His advice: If you’re a regular Glenn Beck listener, then check out the Huffington Post sometimes. If you read The New York Times editorial page the morning, then glance every now and then at The Wall Street Journal.
He says that may “make your blood boil,” but it’s an essential part of being an effective and informed citizen.
After just ramming through Obamacare against the will of the people, this guy has some gall.