Obama has a strange idea of what makes a good neighbor

Author: Rory B. Bellows

I was watching Barack Obama on Bill O’Reilly’s show tonight and a he made a comment that struck me as odd, well it is only odd if you are not a devout believer in the superiority of communism. When O’ Reilly accused him of being an advocate of redistribution of wealth, which he is, and Obama said that if he was someone who was well off and there was a waitress who was making the minimum wage, giving her some money since you could afford was the “neighborly” thing to do.

Really. Handing over some money to someone else at the point of a gun constitutes neighborly behavior? I thought being a good neighbor meant you helped someone out of godwill, not because the government threatened to throw you in a cage if you didn’t pay your tithe so they could figure out which of your “neighbors” was the most needy.

Ugh. What a marxist.

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1 Response to “Obama has a strange idea of what makes a good neighbor”


  1. 1 Keith September 11, 2008 at 8:52 am

    Where does having a gun come in to any of this? It isn’t so much a redistribution of wealth, but a means of keeping the rich from getting richer at the expense of the 95% of the rest of us from getting poorer. The gap is getting bigger. Please keep telling me how the big 5 oil companies are in need of more tax breaks, while deflating the American economy 1 gallon at a time? They are making money of a necessity.

    The great Republican experiment of deregulating everything at the expense of our health, our economy and our freedoms, needs to be over. Government has grown out-of-control in the last 7 1/2 years. Our debt is so huge, it is nearly incomprehensible. The Republicans are using China as a huge credit card that my children will have to pay for. Please tell me how the Republican plan has been better for this country? You may not have liked ol’ Bill, but he left with some money in the bank and a thriving economy.

    What’s your guy going to leave us with?


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