So writes Dinesh D'Souza, a native of Mumbai, India and now president of the King's College in NYC. His article, "Obama's Problem With Business", appears in the September, 27 issue of Forbes magazine. D'Souza is also the author of the forthcoming book, "Roots of Obama's Rage".
D'Souza writes, "Barack Obama is the most antibusiness president in a generation, perhaps in America's history. Thanks to him the era of big government is back. Obama runs the taxpayer debt not in billions but in trillions. He has expanded government control over home mortgages, investment banking, health care, auto and energy. The Weekly Standard summarizes Obama's approach as omnipotence at home, impotence abroad.
Obama's solutions to 'level the playing fields' are simple. Reject the socialist formula. He has shown no intention of to nationalize the investment bank or the health sector. Rather, he seeks to decolonize these institutions and this means bringing them under government's leash. Colonialism is a dead issue, except with Barack Obama. Emerging markets realize this and are growing much faster than we are. That's why Obama retains the right to refuse bailouts paybacks--so that he can retain his control. For Obama, health insurance companies on their own are oppressive racketeers, but once they submitted to federal oversight he was happy to do business with them. He even promised them expanded business as a result of his law forcing every American to buy health insurance"
The presidents actions are so bizarre that they mystify critics and supporters alike. His rationale 'our commitment to religious freedom must be unshakable' in supporting the mosque near Ground Zero seems utterly irrelevant.
His domestic policies are inadequate and his foreign policy unexplainable. His statements about what the Iranian psycho ranted, sounded like, gee, you shouldn't say those things and you'd better take them back.
Like a scrawny bully and a big kid arguing in grammar school with the big kid backing down.
My formative years were spent on the farm. In contrast, Obama's formative years were spent in Hawaii,Indonesia and Pakistan with a great deal of time spent listening to his Marxist, inebriated, African socialist father rage against the colonial system, a system that Obama,Jr. candidly believes and that he is now living out his father's dream.
Obama has studied his fathers history well, but yet he never mentions his fathers 1965 important published article "Problems facing our Socialism". In fact there has been virtually no reporting on this document so relevant as to what his son is doing in the White House today.
D"Souza continues, "Note the title of our president's book, "Dreams From My Father" and not "Dreams of My Father"'. The invisible father provides the inspiration, and the son dutifully gets the job done. America is today governed by a ghost."
Read the article. It is very analytic and states why so many of us are worried.