Proof That Obama Has ‘Fundamentally Transformed’ America Into a Banana Republic

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Flashback to September 2013, and Barack Obama moronically stated that America is not a “banana republic” and therefore should raise the debt ceiling.

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“This is the United States of America — we’re not some banana republic; this is not a deadbeat nation, we don’t run out on our tab,” Obama said, promoting the continuation of America’s banana republic nation insanity of attempting to spend, borrow and print its way out of debt.

When Obama made the “banana republic” remark, he must have had his tongue firmly implanted in the deep crevices of his cheek, because that is exactly what he has “fundamentally transformed” a duped America into, and it actually has very little to do with the massive increase in the national debt under his watch.

Banana republics are known for lawless dictatorial rulers who punish their political enemies, while rewarding their sycophantic useful idiot followers with paybacks of other people’s money, much in the way the Obama Regime has ruled from day one.

It began with the 2009 Obama stimulus plan, nearly a trillion dollars of spending money that didn’t exist, sold as an “infrastructure bill,” which turned out to be a 97% lie, as only around 3% of the massive  “Porkulus” bill was dedicated for actual infrastructure spending, with most of the rest going to Obama donors and cronies.

Meanwhile, just days ago, Democrats, led by admitted socialist potential 2016 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, were making noise about spending more money we don’t have on, you guessed it…infrastructure.

Where did the trillion go from the “Porkulus” plan, Bernie?

Hence, the birth of America’s modern day Tea Party movement, but I digress.

Banana republics are also marked by slick liars in charge with sociopathic tendencies, unafraid to lie about the destructive and controlist results of their policies, like Venezuela blaming their toilet paper shortage on “evil” America, rather than where the responsibility lies –socialism.

Banana republic tyrants will effortlessly lie, demonizing capitalism, in order to take over industries, much like Obama did with the healthcare industry.

“If you like your policy, you can keep your policy,” said Obama, knowing that statement, as well as the related promises of being able to keep your doctor and lower premium costs, were blatant lies.

Banana republic dictators are famous for using the full power of government to lie about, smear, and outright attack their political opponents, i.e., anyone standing in the way of their despotic rule.

Much like in the Obama Regime.

Take the Obama IRS’s “retired” former apparatchik, Lois Lerner, who was justifiably held in contempt of Congress, yet today we learned that the Obama-Holder system, the Department of Justice Injustice will be letting her walk scot-free.

Lerner admitting using the full power of the most feared and powerful agency in the federal government, the hated IRS, to attack Barack Obama’s political opponents, ironically freedom-loving Americans who are only guilty of the desire to restore constitutionally-limited government.

And then there is the Democrat leader in the Senate, “Dirty” Harry Reid from Nevada, who somehow can afford to live in a Ritz-Carlton penthouse on a government salary.

The thuggish Reid admitted this week that he knowingly lied about the 2012 Republican presidential opponent to Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, when he said that an anonymous source within government told him that Romney hadn’t paid taxes for 10 years.

A president with even an ounce of conscience would have told Reid to ‘knock it off,’ but Reid knew that “progressive” Obama would approve of the slimy tactic, so he repeated it over-and-over, knowing that the average Democrat voter will swallow whole whatever another Democrat tells them.

This week, Reid proved just how dirty he is. When asked by CNN’s Dana Bash if he had any regrets about the lie, and that some people were calling it “McCarthyism,” Reid simply, proudly and emotionlessly announced, “Well, they can call it whatever they want — Romney didn’t win did he?,” indicating a complete lack of morality and a full “ends justify the means” mindset.

It’s the mindset of tyrants and banana republic leaders, who, in a sane world, should be in prison for knowingly lying to the public as a so-called “public servant.” It is not the way politics should be done in a civilized society, and certainly has no place in the United States of America.

Yet, our purposely dumbed-down society have been programmed into believing that “all politicians lie,” so it’s allowed, becoming a license to see who can get away with what.

On Wednesday, we learned about accusations, known for several years, against Democrat Senator Robert Menendez were being turned into an indictment by the Obama-Holder Injustice Department. Menendez may or may not be guilty of the charges, but it is more than suspicious that the charges were “coincidentally” following Menendez’ sharp criticism of both Obama’s Cuban policy, as well as his coddling negotiations over allowing the terrorism-supporting Islamic State of Iran to obtain nuclear capabilities.

Menendez, who probably carries Obama’s water 99% of the time, decided to break rank, and has now been punished by the regime. An example is being set not to speak out against Dear Leader.

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About the Author

Matthew K. Burke
Matthew K. Burke
A former Washington State U.S. Congressional candidate in 2010, Matthew attended the nation’s first modern day Tea Party in 2009 in Seattle, Washington. He also began writing and blogging that year. Matthew became a Certified Financial Planner in 1995 and was a Financial Advisor for 24 years in his previous life. Matthew was one of the three main writers leading a conservative news site to be one of the top 15 conservative news sites in the U.S. in a matter of months. He brings to PolitiStick a vast amount of knowledge about economics as well as a passion and commitment to the vision that our Founding Fathers had for our Republic.

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