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A Government Of the Crisis By the Crisis and For the Crisis

Francis W. Porretto Wrote: Apr 05, 2013 6:55 AM
To suggest that a man has a consistent motive for his decisions and actions is not a conspiracy theory. To suggest that he's collaborating with others who share that motive is not a conspiracy theory. Only when the entire operation is 1) aimed at toppling the existing regime, and 2) cloaked in secrecy do we have a conspiracy. Obama and his ilk share a common motive and are collaborating on it, but they are the existing regime, and they're operating in full view of God and everybody. So what's with all this fear of "conspiracy theories?"

When President Obama's former chief of staff Rahm Emanuel said that "you never want a serious crisis to go to waste," many didn't realize he was inaugurating a new credo for governance.

Rahm's statement was originally understood as the administration's intention to capitalize on actual crises while they were hot, to promote legislation liberals had craved for decades but didn't have public support to pass. But some suspected he was talking about manufactured crises, as well.

I usually avoid conspiracy-type theories, especially where Obama is concerned because his policies and tactics are so egregious on their own that...