Do you notice how certain people persist in using the same word over and over again? Is there an underlying message that we are missing? Is there a code in the choice of word that we haven’t picked up? For instance, have you heard the word fundamental a lot over the last two years? I have. I’ve heard fundamentally change, fundamentally transform, numerous times, all out of the mouth of the illustrious orator, Barak Hussein Obama!
“Fundamentally change American politics and the economy; We are five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America; for fundamental biological and physical research to understand the effects of long-term space travel on human health and to test emerging technologies to enable such travel; all men and women possess certain fundamental rights, […] which are universal rights and all people, ethnic and religious minority groups should be able to obtain these fundamental rights. Regarding security “fundamental compact between Congress and the President.” “India, the world’s largest democracy, has a very large convergence of fundamental values and a broad range of both national and regional interests, and we are laying the foundation for an indispensable partnership,”
But lets look at the definition of fun-da-mental According to Dictionary.com, fundamental is ‘a basic principle, rule, law, or the like, that serves as the groundwork of a system; essential part: to master the fundamentals of a trade.’ .
We should have looked at that word before we went to vote in 2008! The United States of America has a fundamental system called the CONSTITUTION that was designed to guide and direct our laws and our governments, its abilities and constraints. Was then Senator Obama telling us that if he was elected president then he would change our CONSTITUTION? Could well be. We should have paid attention.
Now he is floating around the world on a magnificent carpet, better known as Air Force One as he flits in and out of countries, campaigning for himself to be President of the World, promising fundamental changes everywhere he lands. Note to the world…be careful, there is a possibility that Obama might land on you and squash everything you hold dear and true to yourself and your country, just so he can fundamentally change you.
As for me, I like our CONSTITUTION. I like what it stands for. I love the wisdom that went into it and I appreciate the fact that it has successfully guided and directed us for so many years. Fundamentally change? Who wants it? I don’t. I want the United States of America to be here – in tact – for my children and grandchildren. We don’t need fundamental change but we do need to recognize there is a fundamental problem with the current administration and we need to work diligently to remove him from power in 2012. Fundamental is Obama’s mantra; it should be our call to turn the tide and throw him out of office — he and his czars — and then, by the grace of God, perhaps we can undo all that he has done to destroy this great country.