At Least Lyndon Johnson Felt Bad About It

Obama’s restoration of all of the most notorious Bush Era policies and the appointment of Bush’s most brutal commander is based on his total embrace of the ideology of military-driven empire building. Once one believes (as Obama does) that US power and expansion are based on military conquests and counter-insurgency, all other ideological, diplomatic, moral and economic considerations will be subordinated to militarism. By focusing all resources on successful military conquest, scant attention is paid to the costs borne by the people targeted for conquest or to the US treasury and domestic American economy. This has been clear from the start: In the midst of a major recession/depression with millions of Americans losing their employment and homes, President Obama increased the military budget by 4% – taking it beyond $800 billion dollars.

At this point, no matter what warnings the Democrats give me in 2012 about the evils of Republicans, I will not support their Blueness. They have repeatedly blamed me for the Bush policies because I voted third party. This time I bowed to them and voted Democratic. Look what they have given me and the world. Again.

Axé.

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