Speaker John BoehnerJohn BoehnerAn anti-government ideologue like Mulvaney shouldn't run OMB Boehner endorses DeVos for Education secretary Trump, House GOP could clash over 'Buy America' MORE is spot-on in concluding that President's Obama
ultimate goal is to annihilate the Republican Party. Obama has no
intentions of reaching across the aisle and incorrectly assumes that the
American people are so misinformed regarding the critical issues that
they will gladly support his warped and diabolical agenda. When will the
American people stop listening to Obama and his mainstream-media
public-relations machine and finally weigh the consequences of his
extreme liberal position? This president at every opportunity tries his
best to dismantle the idea of American exceptionalism.
The president has derided American exceptionalism throughout his — I admit — very brief but transforming political career.
He plunders our wealth; he wants us disarmed. He takes away our right to practice our religion. This is madness, and it must stop. And so it was bittersweet as I attended and watched as he was inaugurated for a second term: It was clear from his address that he has no desire of moving from his left-wing base of supporters. What his election indicates is something I love about this country — tolerance — but what he has pledged to do to our country is take away so much that makes us great.