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The Seven Laws Of The Obamanation

Posted in politics by roving on January 24, 2009

The First Law – When Obama makes a mistake, it is either ignored, or if it happens on a too public occasion to ignore, it is actually someone else’s fault. See Obama’s oath.

The Second Law – The United States government is now first and foremost a tool for promoting Obama’s cult of personality.

The Third Law – Despite the media’s already uncritical adoration of him, Obama will seek to bypass and subvert the media, to place his most valuable asset, his public image and his ability to shape the public’s perception of him, under his control.

The Fourth Law – Spread the worship around. Obama’s success in part owes itself to the ability to make others emotionally invested in his success, for generational or racial or political reasons. Obama’s secret is that he has no investment in their success.

The Fifth Law – Join up now. Belief is best implemented through action. Believing in a leader and actually working under him in some effort are two different things. Expect to see many more volunteer and community service programs, that will further embed tens of millions of Americans into the Cult of Obama.

The Sixth Law – The old way is the new way, and the new way is the old way. Some of Obama’s followers are slowly realizing that his progress and change simply mean repackaging everything that was in a new basket with a shiny new bow. Obama has no new ideas, as a matter of fact he has no ideas. He has plans, but they are not based on serious policies or the welfare of America, but his wishes and the wishes of his backers.

The Seventh Law – Never mention the Emperor is naked. The real secret is just how weak Obama is. Obama’s constant need for worship is a symptom of that weakness. So was his inability to stand up to Blagojevich and Burris. He surrounds himself with stronger men, because he is nothing more than a hollow image projected on the stage for everyone to worship.

For more in depth description to the seven laws go to SultanKnish

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  1. gayle said, on January 24, 2009 at 1:51 pm

    That is too frightening to comprehend

  2. roving said, on January 24, 2009 at 3:54 pm

    You should check out his website. hes very good


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