Aligning with Communist Dictators

President Kennedy warned the world about the danger of communism in 1962 when he said,”Castro and his fellow dictators may rule nations, but they cannot rule people” Kennedy would be referring to the repressive rule of communism by the Fidel Castro regime 53 years ago. The United States would put sanctions in place to keep Cuba from acquiring Soviet missiles that posed a dangerous threat to our homeland.

Today, our dangerously naive president does not only disagree with the most heralded democrat president of our time concerning the communist island 90 miles to our south, he wants to altogether dismiss the potential threat that the communist country’s totalitarian ideology poses to the rest of the free world.

I guess we need to forget about the human rights abuses imposed by Cuba on its own people or their illegal missile shipments made to their communist ally, North Korea? How about their current associations with state run terrorism or their harboring of American cop killing murderers who have escaped the American justice system. All we heard last week was how rotten and inhumane America was for using enhance interrogation techniques on 3 terrorists that murdered 3,000 people. Now, we are to become friendly with a communist country that tortures and brutalizes its own citizens?

Obama and his party have more in common with this repressive, Stalinist ideology of Fidel Castro than they do with their own freedom loving country. The comparison to Cuba can be seen when it comes to their idea of redistribution of wealth, government run healthcare and greater government sanctions and regulations on private business that undermines American economic freedom. Sadly what seems to be, “foreign” to Obama and his leftist party are the ideals that created our country.

The president and his far-left, socialist party are so far-left these days that when they look down to see their toes they are actually staring at their ass! President John Fitzgerald Kennedy believed in the traditional ideals of America. His ideology was so diametrically opposite from the party of today. Kennedy was an anti-communist and was best friends with another anti-communist senator Joe McCarthy. He pushed for across the board tax cuts and a strong military. These are all things that the far-left despises and opposes today.

It is apparent that the democrats have forsaken the American ideals of John F. Kennedy and have aligned themselves with communist dictators who don’t believe individuals should have the power to behold their own liberty and freedom. They both want that power taken away from the individual and given back to the state so that the state can decide to redistribute to whomever they wish. They believe that the state shall have the ultimate power over the individual for the common good. These aren’t the values and ideals of JFK or America. They are the planks of a communist state.