He wants education made another business profit center. He rationed healthcare to enrich insurers, drug companies and large hospital chains.
He put bankers in charge of financial reform. It's a stealth system for global money control. They game the system for profit. Their business model is grand theft.
He increased poverty, unemployment, homelessness, hunger, and despair. He plans more of the same in term two.
He wants America's social contract destroyed. He wants ordinary people on their own sink or swim. He conspired with Republicans and key Democrats to assure it. He pretends otherwise. He conceals what too few understand.
Don't expect media scoundrels to explain. On January 14, The New York Times headlined "Obama's First Term: A Romantic Oral History," saying:
As Obama begins term two, "his team looks back at the four years that brought them to this point. (Their) story is, unsurprisingly and perhaps out of necessity, a romantic one."
Former White House Domestic Policy Council director Melody Barnes said 2009's inauguration "was like walking into a street festival. (It) was very, very festive."
Former White House social secretary Desiree Rogers "kept thinking about (her) grandfather and how he would feel had he lived to see this day, because in so many instances the gentlemen that served the president looked like" him.- Advertisement -
Former White House counsel Gregory Craig said "if the president does not say all the words of the oath of office, then he is not the president of the United States."
Obama said "let's keep this real slow."
"They did it, and that was it."
Former White House senior advisor David Axelrod remembered administration officials "trying to pass the Recovery Act."
He omitted saying it helped business and elite interests at the expense of popular needs.
Former White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel once said a crisis is too important to waste. Things not possible other times can happen then. He didn't mean populist ones.
Other former White House officials were quoted. Misinformation substituted for truth and full disclosure. The Times leaves inconvenient facts unexplained. All the new fit to print is excluded. It's standard policy to omit what's most important.