The word popped into my mind this morning, one I hadn't thought of for a long time. The word was "subversive." I'm not a typical name-caller and I don't usually go by labels, so I don't go around looking for platitudes to define people. I was actually surprised the word came to me. I looked it up. And I found this from Webster's dictionary online:
The next thing that came to my mind was Barry Obama standing there last year saying, "We are five days from fundamentally changing the United States of America."
Subversion was the goal all along. Shame on those who didn't see that. Shame on the voters who didn't take the time to research or pay attention to the aspirations of a subversive candidate. Shame on those who voted for this man deliberately to do this to our country. Shame on our political process that turned up two bad candidates. Shame on allowing Acorn to fraudulently skew elections. Shame on the Congressional Black Caucus who are dyed in the wool communists. Shame has been brought to America by subversive elements who have rigged the system and are systematically taking down our Constitution.
It's January 2, 2010 and all I can think of is, shame has been brought to America by a subversive posing as President of the United States of America.