President Obama is fond of telling Americans “that’s not who we are” when admonishing them about not agreeing with his liberal principles, a new SuperCut shows.
EDITOR’S NOTE: I am not sure who the “we” is that he constantly refers to. Does he mean the Muslims, the Liberals, the Pro-Abortion crowd, the Climate Change nazis…who? Because as a president who is anti-Israel, anti-America, pro-Muslim and pro-abortion, I am certainly not part of any “we” crowd that includes him.
Not unlike his warning to political opponents that they may be on the “wrong side of history,” the expression is useful in its ability to shut down conversation and seize a moral high ground, however imaginary.
If I say it enough times it will become true:
Adolf Hitler, hypnotizing speech giver and crystal meth addict, knew the power that was in endlessly and passionately repeating the same targeted phrases over and over again. Obama has learned that lesson well, as you will see in the video below:
Obama has deployed the term to convince the country of his rightness on immigration, Obamacare,education, national security and not voting for Mitt Romney, among other important issues to his presidency. source
And speaking of using repetitive phrases as a form of mind control, the White House’s Social and Behavioral Science Team published its first annual report on the effectiveness of behavioral science to achieve policy change. President Obama has been an advocate of using behavioral psychology on citizens for the purposes of policymaking, despite criticisms from notable individuals such as Bill Shughart, professor of public choice at Utah State University, who argue that the behaviorists “are saying that you, consumer, are stupid.” And despite the use of taxpayer dollars to fund this unconstitutional and downright frightening team, the findings were not exactly monumental.
Politico reports that the president officially adopted the notion of using behavioral psychology in policymaking when he launched the White House Social and Behavioral Science Team (SBST) last year. However, his affinity for the use of this science to influence the American people was clear long before that in his selection of Cass Sunstein as his regulatory czar. Sunstein authored a book on the subject, entitled, Nudge — Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, and Happiness. Sunstein’s book provides a variety of behavioral psychology measures that can be taken to “nudge” Americans toward healthier lifestyles while causing them to think that in fact they are making the decisions themselves.
Yeah, nothing liked being “nudged” right into America being remade as a Marxist nation, with a Muslim president.