The Obama Road We've Traveled

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"Progressives can say mission accomplished. Now it's phase two."

Invoking Stuart Chase's "The Road We Are Traveling" and the recent Obama propaganda piece by essentially the same name, Glenn Beck informed viewers that progressives' "road" has come to an end, and thus, it is now time to "start studying Communism."

And while this machine is "way beyond Barack Obama," he is, in effect, its prime mover. Recall during his 2008 presidential campaign, Obama said he wanted to "fundamentally transform" the country, and indeed, the entire world.

In the words of Maya Angelou: "The first time someone shows you who they are, believe them."

But, Glenn ceded, "Obama is not the first radical. Woodrow Wilson and FDR did it too."

He also reminded that when Obama vowed to fundamentally change the nation and the world it was brushed off as merely "campaign rhetoric," but with progressives, "their words have meaning."
(full story at theblaze.com)

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On this day: March 21
Otto von Bismarck is appointed Chancellor of the German Empire (1871)

Construction of Dachau, the first Nazi Germany concentration camp, is completed (1933)

The first Earth Day proclamation is issued by San Francisco Mayor Joseph Alioto (1970)

President Jimmy Carter announces a U.S. boycott of the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow to protest the Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan (1980)

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