Mark Levin discusses how Obama got where he is, and what his ultimate plans are.
Some of his points, with which I strongly agree:
"I honestly never thought we'd see such a thing in our country - not yet anyway - but I sense what's occurring in this election is a recklessness and abandonment of rationality that has preceded the voluntary surrender of liberty and security in other places."
"There is a cult-like atmosphere around Barack Obama, which his campaign has carefully and successfully fabricated."
"My greatest concern is whether this election will show a majority of the voters susceptible to the appeal of a charismatic demagogue."
" The "hope" Obama represents, therefore, is not hope at all. It is the misery of his utopianism imposed on the individual. "
I completely agree with Levin's close:
"Unlike past Democrat presidential candidates, Obama is a hardened ideologue. He's not interested in playing around the edges. He seeks "fundamental change," i.e., to remake society. And if the Democrats control Congress with super-majorities led by Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid, he will get much of what he demands."
And, we will all be much worse off because of it.