- The Washington Times - Monday, February 22, 2010

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

Have President Obama and his Congress declared war on the United States? With the recent release of Mr. Obama’s unsustainable and alarmingly massive fiscal 2011 budget, we are close to losing our AAA credit rating, which would gravely increase our cost of borrowing. In short, this budget will kill our nation’s economy.

Miranda rights are given to terrorists while our government makes plans to try them in civilian courts. Mr. Obama and Congress will not secure our borders. Our soldiers, who are fighting and dying on the battlefield, have fewer rights and privileges than enemy combatants. This is killing our national security.

Mr. Obama is pushing his corrupt, monstrously sized health care bill. It will increase health care costs and health insurance premiums. It will decrease the quality of health care, and there will be rationing.

The cap-and-trade bill is still on the table despite the revelation of widespread global-warming deception. This bill will kill businesses and jobs. Our energy costs will soar.

Congress must vote no on this budget and on the potential destruction of our great nation. Our country is about to change in ways we never dreamed it could. Wake up, America. Tell Mr. Obama and his Congress, “We are not the enemy.”

MARYANN JASK

Fairfax Station, Va.


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