Obama Sees Himself as God and the Fountainhead of Success

Obama on “selfishness” and success:

“The point is, though, that… when we actually make sure that everybody’s got a shot – when young people can all go to college, when everybody’s got decent health care, when everybody’s got a little more money at the end of the month – then guess what? Everybody starts spending that money, they decide maybe I can afford a new car, maybe I can afford a computer for my child. They can buy the products and services that businesses are selling and everybody is better off. All boats rise. That’s what happened in the 1990s, that’s what we need to restore. And that’s what I’m gonna do as president of the United States of America. [Emphasis added.]

Remarkable. Notice in bold how Obama is already taking credit for literally creating the opportunity, the “shot,” that’s needed for someone to become successful. As if, left to our own devices, we couldn’t do this for ourselves. I see Obama as truly believing in himself as a benevolent dictator, and should he win next Tuesday, I think that’s precisely what we’ll see. He’s listened too much to his political handlers and friends in the press, and believes in his own Godhood–which makes him a very frightening person indeed.

“John McCain and Sarah Palin they call this socialistic,” Obama continued. “You know I don’t know when, when they decided they wanted to make a virtue out of selfishness.”

As the linked blog post itself said, Ayn Rand already demonstrated why selfishness is a virtue. And I’m happy to see yet another positive Ayn Rand mention, which is probably the only silver lining to this perverted election season.

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