15 August 2012

Obama Surreptitiously Implementing a
Radical Plan to DESTROY American Suburbs

High fuel prices... redistributive taxes... 
electric cars with a 30 mi range

It should come to no surprise to any casual observer of US politcs that Barack Obama and his 'progressive' ilk hate suburbanites almost as much as they do clingers,
save some residual hope-n-changey soccer moms out there in the greenbelt, maybe.

But if a new book by Stanley Kurtz has any truth to it, the Obama Administration abhors the actual, physical suburbs that produce these irritatingly self-confident types, too- and they've already targeted the suburban lifestyle -glittering icon of the American standard-of-living the world over- for destruction. 

Typical of this despicable regime's m.o. -as with Obamacare and the rest of his stealthy power/money grabs- the true goals are spun, obfuscated, or denied outright.

Yet the minute Kurtz' Spreading the Wealth: How Obama is Robbing the Suburbs to Pay for the Cities hit the shelves last week, a photo of Obama with racially-obsessed urbanist group Building One America's president Mike Kruglik was scrubbed from the BWA website (it showed them meeting right in the Oval Office,cached -here-). Kruglik also once sat on the board of a group that first hired Barack Obama as a community organizer back in Illinois, and has even been described as a CO 'mentor' to the young Obama.

Since these suburban swing-voters represent many of those Obama must charm in order to eek out a win in November, the last thing on Earth he needs is them knowing he's out to force them to give up their lawn/garden and move into a gritty downtown condo, so we all know why the orders went down to cover his tracks like they did with ACORN.

Kurtz on the anti-suburban strategy:

One approach is to force suburban residents into densely packed cities by blocking development on the outskirts of metropolitan areas, and by discouraging driving with a blizzard of taxes, fees, and regulations. 

Step two is to move the poor out of cities by imposing low-income-housing quotas on development in middle-class suburbs. 

Step three is to export the controversial 'regional tax-base sharing' scheme currently in place in the Minneapolis–St. Paul area to the rest of the country. Under this program, a portion of suburban tax money flows into a common regional pot, which is then effectively redistributed to urban, and a few less well-off 'inner-ring suburban, municipalities.

Alas, the White House may not have to keep their intentions secret forever... as with most other contentious issues of the day, all you have to do is give Dear Leader a second term and *presto* you'll get to see 'what's in it' (think complete and utter disdain for your opinion while implementing a warped agenda far more radical than anything we've ever seen in this country and you'll likely be in the ballpark).

Skeptical? Note that Barack Obama has long advocated urban 'regionalism'... where suburban areas are rolled-up into larger political/fiscal/tax structures and government, so as to dilute suburban towns' independence in every way- all the easier to spread-the-wealth-around and control with a political machine, doncha know.