Obama's comments on the same station at the same time suggested his disappointment that the U.S. Supreme Court never had gone beyond the constraints of the Constitution and established wealth redistribution plans.Here Farah sums it up:
In that tape, Obama is heard telling WBEZ in 2001 that "redistributive change" is needed, pointing to what he regarded as a failure of the U.S. Supreme Court under Chief Justice Earl Warren in its rulings on civil rights issues in the 1960s.
The Warren court, he said, failed to "break free from the essential constraints" in the U.S. Constitution and launch a major redistribution of wealth. But Obama, then an Illinois state lawmaker, said the legislative branch of government, rather than the courts, probably was the ideal avenue for accomplishing that goal."If you look at the victories and failures of the civil rights movement and its litigation strategy in the court, I think where it succeeded was to invest formal rights in previously dispossessed people, so that now I would have the right to vote. I would now be able to sit at the lunch counter and order and as long as I could pay for it I’d be OK."
Barack Obama is an enemy of the Constitution.
If he is elected president Nov. 4 and must swear to defend the Constitution in a swearing-in ceremony Jan. 20, he will not mean it – at least not the way most Americans would mean it.
Obama doesn't like the Constitution as it was written and amended. He sees it as defective, flawed, in need of an overhaul.
This is the document that defines who we are and what we believe as a nation. It is the document that limits government from becoming the oppressor it is in most other nations of the world. It is the document that sets Americans apart from others and binds Americans together. It is the document upon which our national heritage of liberty is based.
Listen to Barack Obama's own words. Read them – again and again. Compare them with what the Constitution actually says and means.
Don't let this dangerous, anti-American radical demagogue shred your Constitution.