Many years ago there was an Emperor so exceedingly fond of new clothes that he spent all his money on being well dressed. He cared nothing about reviewing his soldiers, going to the theatre, or going for a ride in his carriage, except to show off his new clothes.
The headlines in the recent EU Times reads, sadly, "World Mourns As Communist Darkness Falls Upon America." Conservatives see it. Most Republicans see it, and I think some Democrats see it too, they're just too scared to come out of the closet.
"In what is being described as one of the most astounding power grabs in modern history by newspaper headlines around the World, President Obama has succeeded in his audacious plan to remake America into a full fledged godless communist empire barely one year into his term with the enactment into law by the US Congress of his mammoth health care plan innocuously named H.R. 3200-Americas Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009 and described by one Kremlin legal expert as having “'nothing at all to do with health, but everything to do with control'.”
So many red flags were waving when Barack Hussein Obama ran for President of the United States. Warnings sounded to deaf ears that called us names. Now, the Emperor clearly has no clothes, yet who doesn't notice?
Every day many strangers came to town, and among them one day came two swindlers. They let it be known they were weavers, and they said they could weave the most magnificent fabrics imaginable.The strangers in our story, by the way, are the main stream media. If ever there were swindlers, these folks are it.
The EUROPEAN UNION TIMES claims communisim...
So off went the Emperor in procession under his splendid canopy. Everyone in the streets and the windows said, "Oh, how fine are the Emperor's new clothes! Don't they fit him to perfection? And see his long train!" Nobody would confess that he couldn't see anything, for that would prove him either unfit for his position, or a fool. No costume the Emperor had worn before was ever such a complete success.Where is that young child in the Anderson story who proclaims in The Hans Christian Anderson classic tale The Emperor's New Clothes, "But he hasn't got anything on."
The message is being shouted pretty loudly. It's just not enough people are seeing the child, let alone hearing his proclamation of truth.