Sign-o-the-Times: The Obama-Nation

20091025_Obama Nation_003A few weeks ago I heard about a sign in Kansas City, Missouri that was pretty up front about President Barack Obama’s un-American, Marxist plans and schemes.

I knew I would soon be passing through that area on I-70 so I made a point to look for the sign when I drove along that stretch of highway yesterday.

Sure enough, as I began looking for it once I reached the Grain Valley area I spied it within just a few minutes and took this picture.

This is a pretty busy stretch of I-70 in the suburbs of Kansas City just east of the big city.

The big red sign asks a question which many people should have considered and asked themselves before casting their vote for a very obviously Marxist candidate who made his disdain for our Constitution and the American way of life pretty clear for anyone who had their eyes open.

So now we have a president who provided evidence prior to the election that he didn’t have a whole lot of respect for our right to keep and bear arms.

Our president has also shown a distinct lack of respect for the First Amendment as he has tried to silence insurance companies who wanted to speak out against his unconstitutional push for socialized health care, and he is pushing the envelope to silence Fox News.  He and his administration are busy looking for backdoor ways to silence talk radio and dissent on the internet.

Obama nation?  What President Obama is trying to do to the land of the free is indeed an Obama-Nation abomination.

9 Responses to “Sign-o-the-Times: The Obama-Nation”

  1. I wish this sign could be repeated all over the country, but, from what I can see, it only reinforces what most Americans are coming to believe. The polls tell the story with Obama having the lowest ratings of any president in over 100 years at this point in his administartion. And that's with the endless covering-up and fawning of the government controlled media. If we had a media that actually did its job we would never be facing this crisis, and if we were, impeachment proceedings would already be underway.

  2. I like this sign, and I very much agree with Dr. Theo that it would be great to have these kinds of signs everywhere! I do my small part with magnetic bumper stickers on my car and t-shirts that say what I think about this administration. One of my favorite t-shirts has a quote from Ronald Reagan, “It isn't that liberals are ignorant, it's just that they know so much that isn't so.”

    Bob, I hope your vacation is going well. I had a strange dream about you and your wife last night; of course, what dream ISN'T strange? In it, you called our house, but I didn't make it to the phone in time, and you had hung up. It's funny, because on the caller ID, it said, “Dakota Voice,” and that's how I knew it was you. I tried to call you back but it went straight to your voicemail. I tried to leave a message, but my voice was messed up and all I could say was, “Hello? Hello?” in a croaking voice. Then, later, I saw who I thought was your wife pulling into a Walmart parking lot pulling a small trailer with Dakota tags (even though I have no idea what she looks like, I “saw” her in my dream). I wanted to try to find her inside the store so I could meet her.

    Very weird and off-topic, but I pray you're having a fun, safe time.

    Gina Miller

  3. Thanks, Gina. I know all about those strange dreams. Now that I've been far more disconnected from the usual frantic pace of life for a few days, I'm sleeping better–and consequently dreaming more–than in a long time.

    I did stop in at a Wal-Mart a couple of days ago but I'm afraid it wasn't in your area. I shared your comment with my wife and she laughed, reminding me we'd better hope she wasn't pulling into a Wal-Mart anywhere since she's blind. Because of that I try to keep her from getting behind the wheel as much as I can. 🙂

    My batteries are already recharging so your thoughts and prayers are greatly appreciated!

  4. Ah! So, it wasn't your wife driving. I neglected to mention that there was a lady in the passenger seat of the vehicle. I couldn't see her well, but the lady who was driving had dark hair that was cut just above her shoulders.

  5. My wife's hair is a medium brown and a little below the shoulders, so I'd better not tell her about who I took to Wal-Mart. 🙂

  6. HA! Well, it looks like you're innocent here, anyway, since there were two women in the car. But, maybe you were in the little U-Haul trailer they were pulling! I was sorry that we missed your call, though. 🙂

  7. Ah! So, it wasn't your wife driving. I neglected to mention that there was a lady in the passenger seat of the vehicle. I couldn't see her well, but the lady who was driving had dark hair that was cut just above her shoulders.

  8. My wife's hair is a medium brown and a little below the shoulders, so I'd better not tell her about who I took to Wal-Mart. 🙂

  9. HA! Well, it looks like you're innocent here, anyway, since there were two women in the car. But, maybe you were in the little U-Haul trailer they were pulling! I was sorry that we missed your call, though. 🙂