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If you have a set of parents who are loyal to the Democratic Party, and have been for most of their lives, they will probably tell you that one of the presidents that they admired the most, was not Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, or Jimmy Carter. More than likely, they will bring up John F Kennedy.

Kennedy was an optimist, who believed in American exeptionalism and ingenuity. He encouraged the race to the moon with his famous “moon speech.”

“I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to the earth.”

He presided over the Cuban Missile Crisis in which Communist Cuba, led by Fidel Castro, was threatening America’s safety by harboring soviet nuclear weapons to threaten against any further actions against the island nation.

JFK stood strong against Communists and Socialists of the world, and knew about the dangers of getting into bed with them.


Somehow, the Democratic Party has gone from JFK to Barack Obama.

Democrats like Obama do not believe in American exeptionalism, as he demonstrated when he gave his infamous line,

“If you’ve got a business, you didn’t build that. Someone else made that happen…”

He has been spreading Socialist ideals since his days along the 2008 campaign trail when he told Joe the Plumber,

“I think when you spread the wealth around, it’s good for everybody.”

On top of that, Obama has lifted sanctions against the theocratic and fascistic nation of Iran, Communist Cuba, and provide billions of tax-payer dollars to the terrorist organization, the Muslim Brotherhood.

JFK and Barack Hussein Obama could not be any further different from each other, but the question is, was Obama an anomaly of the Democratic leadership, or is he the new norm?

H/T The Federalist Papers