May 022013

The Architect of Destruction

By Maureen Scott

Obama comes from a community organizer background where it’s us against them. But that’s not who we are. And that’s not the position the leader of our Nation should take.” – Dr. Benjamin Carson

Obama community organizer

Obama community organizer

Obama appears to be a tormented man who is filled with resentment, anger, and disdain for anyone of an opinion or view other than his. He acts in the most hateful, spiteful, malevolent, vindictive ways in order to manipulate and maintain power and control over others. Perhaps because, as a child, he grew up around family members and mentors who instilled him with an abiding bitterness toward the U.S. That bitterness seems not to have left him.

It is not the color of his skin that is a problem – for anyone in America. Rather it is the blackness that fills his soul and the hollowness in his heart where there should be abiding pride and love for this country.

Think: Have we ever heard Obama speak lovingly of the U.S. or its people, with deep appreciation and genuine respect for our history, our customs, our sufferings and our blessings? Has he ever revealed that, like most patriotic Americans, he gets “goose bumps” when a band plays “The Star Spangled Banner,” or sheds a tear when he hears a beautiful rendition of “America the Beautiful?” Does his heart burst with pride when millions of American flags wave on a National holiday – or is he moved to sadness and reflection when someone plays “taps” on a trumpet? Has he ever felt the depth of our admiration of the military, as lovers of those who keep America free feel when soldiers march by? It is doubtful – because Obama did not grow up sharing our experiences or our values. He did not sit at the knee of a grandfather or uncle who showed his medals and told of the bravery of his fellow troops as they fought and tramped through foreign lands sacrificing for a cause greater than their own lives. He didn’t have grandparents who told stories of suffering and then coming to America, penniless, and the opportunities they had for building a business and life for their children.

Away from this country as a young child, Obama didn’t delight in being part of America and its greatness. He wasn’t singing our patriotic songs in kindergarten, or standing on the roadside for a holiday parade and eating a hot dog, or lighting sparklers around a campfire on July 4th as fireworks exploded over head, or placing flags on the gravesites of fallen and beloved American heroes.

Rather Obama was separated from all of these experiences. He doesn’t really understand us and what it means to be an American. He is void of the basic emotions that most feel regarding this country and is insensitive to the instinctive pride we have in our national heritage. His opinions were formed by those who either envied us or wanted him to devalue the United States and the traditions and patriotism that unite us.

Obama has never given a speech that is filled with calm, reassuring, complimentary, heartfelt statements about all the people in the U.S. Or one that inspires us to be better, grateful, and proud that, in a short time, our country became a leader, and a protector of so many. Quite the contrary, his speeches always degenerate into mocking, ridiculing tirades as he faults our achievements ,along with any of his critics, all for the sake of a laugh, or to bolster his ego. He uses his Office to threaten and create fear while demeaning and degrading anyone who opposes his policies and actions. Unlike a secure leader, who has noble self-esteem and not false confidence, Obama displays a cocky, haughty attitude and a dread of being critiqued.

Mostly, his time seems to be spent causing dissention, unrest, and anxiety among the people rather than uniting us (even though he was presented to us as the “Great Uniter”). He creates chaos for the sake of keeping citizens separated, envious, aggrieved and ready to argue. Under his leadership Americans have been kept on edge, rather than in a state of comfort and security. He incites people to be aggressive toward, disrespectful of, and retaliate against those of differing backgrounds and views. Through such behavior, Obama has lowered the standards for self-control and mature restraint to the level of rowdy, street-fighting gangs. When, instead, he should be raising the bar for people to strive toward becoming more considerate, tolerant, self-disciplined, self-sustaining, and self-assured.

Not a day goes by that he is not attempting to defy our laws, remove our rights, over-ride established procedures, install controversial appointees, enact divisive mandates, and assert a dictatorial form of power.

Never has there been a leader of this great land who used such tactics to harm and hurt the people and this country.

Never have we had a President who spoke with a caustic, evil tongue against the citizenry rather than present himself as a soothing, calming, and trustworthy force.

Never, in this country, have we experienced how much stress one man can cause a nation of people – on a daily basis!

Obama has promoted the degeneration of peace, civility, and quality of cooperation between us. He thrives on tearing us down, rather than building us up. He is the Architect of the decline of America, and the epitome of a Demagogue.

© Maureen Scott

P. Maureen Scott is an ardent American patriot who was born in Pittsburgh, PA, and retired to Richmond, VA, in 2000. Free from the nine-to-five grind of writing for employers and clients, she began writing political commentary to please herself and express her convictions.

The accomplishment of which she is most proud is her volunteer work at an Army base where she looked into the eyes and hearts of the service members who protect our country.

Our Pledge of Allegiance, a military band playing the National Anthem, and the wisdom of our Founding Fathers, inspire her passion and views. And when she asks the question, “Who is this Obama?”, she already has the answer.

  21 Responses to “Who is this Obama?”

  1. I loved Maureen Scott’s article. She has opened the door to enlightenment if only people would walk in and take a good look around.

    It would seem that Maureen Scott has hit the nail squarely on the head with this article and I agree with her 100%. She has described Obama to perfection and I don’t think I could add a thing.

    I love my country and have served in the military for 20 years and I have nothing to prove to anyone, but it would seem that I constantly have to prove something to the Obama lovers as they constantly put me down for daring to say anything bad about him. I don’t know where they grew up to hate so much, but Obama seems to be able to take advantage of that in everything he does.

    I want to thank you for printing her article and hope you keep up the good work. Live long and prosper.

  2. Rule number one: If you are against the President, folks like Jeff throw out the Racist bomb. Love it, that shuts down a conversation fast. Congrats on not caving in on that bomb.

    Rule Two: You don’t know what you are talking about, “Do you have a library? Access to the internet?” Like Ed said. If you are against the President, you haven’t read his awesome book that endorses experimenting with drugs. Yes, my daughter asked me “So why are you against using drugs Dad? The President of the United States did alot of them and he made it to the top” Thanks to all the folks who make my life as a parent more difficult then it should be.

    People, it’s not about race, it’s about Math. We had a Gov’t shutdown and wow, surprise, we have 1.6 Billion to just throw at the Paki’s. Explain how we had to raise the debt ceiling to give out more aid to these 3rd world crapholes vice fixing out own problems. The Health care program is just not going to work. Just ask the 53% of American’s paying taxes how long they want to continue funding the other half before they quit. There is a reason they tell you not to feed the bears in the park. They forget how to forge for themselves and become lazy dependent animals looking for the free handouts.

    Very much the condition that exists among the human counterparts but instead of bears, we call them Democrats . America has lost it’s way.

  3. Bigotry is alive and well in the U.S.A It is the likes of the “Maureen Scotts” that is demeaning any progress America has made concerning civil rights. And what is scarey is that Americans feed into her racist remarks. The KKK love her.

    • Jeff, please cite one example of Ms. Scott’s racism. I will be blunt: It is despicable to falsely accuse someone. Yet you do not hesitate to accuse Ms. Scott of racism without any proof whatsoever. In doing so, you reveal your ignorance, your complete disregard for others, and your inability to intelligently debate the issues of the day. Incredibly, you used the words “bigotry”, “racist”, and then threw in the “KKK.”

      I know it is hard for you to believe, but millions of Americans do not agree with President Obama’s policies. It’s that simple. It has nothing to do with the color of his skin. In fact, many of his critics are black. But you don’t want anyone to disagree with you and you will do or say anything to shut up anyone who does disagree with you — even call them racists without proof. Isn’t that the real truth, Jeff? It is you, Jeff, who are scarey, not Ms. Scott.

      By the way, the KKK was a terrorist arm of the Democratic Party and it was the Republican Party that fought and died to free the Blacks, to keep them free, and to assure them full civil rights as American citizens. I suggest you read up on American history instead of the junk you read on far-left websites. You don’t know what you’re talking about.

  4. Maureen Scott’s missive is a wonderful example of blind misguided hatred. It would be great to see an article written by her on Bush Junior for comparison.

    She has no ability to find the good things our president has done. And there are many.

    Her treatment of our President is very un-American.

    • Hi John. Please give a specific example of Ms. Scott’s “… blind misguided hatred.” I missed it. Perhaps you are overly sensitive about any criticism—accurate or not—of Mr. Obama? I do credit you for not calling her a racist, which seems to be an all too common retort to even the most valid criticism of our President. Re: “It would be great to see an article written by her on Bush Junior for comparison.” – I’m surprised you even went there. It is undeniable that Bush 44 was the most trashed president in modern times. “He lied and babies died.” etc., etc. And I don’t recall a speck of effort from his vicious attackers on the left to even begin to look for anything good in him. So your use of President Bush here is quite ironic.

      As to “She has no ability to find the good things our president has done.” – her article was a critical piece as opposed to a balanced assessment of his presidency. In critical political writing there is no requirement that the author must offset criticism with praise.

      Re: “Her treatment of our President is very un-American.” Since when is it un-American to criticize one of our elected officials? I say it is totally American. In fact, we are guaranteed a right to it in our Constitution. Was the extraordinarily harsh criticism of President Bush un-American? How about our founders; they made a habit of trashing each other. Were they un-American? Or is it only un-American when your guy is criticized?

      I clearly remember when in 2008 Candidate Obama actually did call President George W. Bush un-American and un-patriotic for adding so much to our debt. Yet President Obama added almost twice as much to our debt than did President Bush and he did it in less than half the time! So by his own standards, President Obama is un-American and un-patriotic. And please don’t tell me that Mr. Obama had to do it because he inherited such a bad economy from President Bush. That is a myth. Read the article on this website entitled “Obama’s Biggest Lie.” All the real facts are there.

  5. Strange picture you have there. What, you couldn’t find one of him burning the flag or spitting on a vet or kicking a puppy?

    He seems to be helping that lady, or maybe they’re just having a friendly chat. In any case she’s smiling and I don’t see any evil going on there.

    • Strange? To me, it’s not strange at all. Community organizer, Barack Obama, is walking along the street with a lady. He appears to be explaining something to her. It’s quite innocuous.

      The photo was attached to the article, which was written by Maureen Scott. I posted it here as a “guest author” post. Apparently she chose the photo because it relates to Dr. Ben Carson’s quote next to it.

      “… burning the flag or spitting on a vet or kicking a puppy?” Oosh! I’m thinking you might want to get off the Cool-Aid or switch from MSNBC to another channel. Just saying.

      • I really don’t care who wrote the article, that doesn’t matter. That is still a very strange picture to have for an article that’s supposed to show that Obama is evil.

        Something else I find very strange with you cons is saying that Obama was a community organizer as if that alone makes him evil. It doesn’t. Martin Luther King and Jesus Christ were both community organizers. Oh and then there’s the little matter of him not being in favor of colonialism. Wanna knoww who else wasn’t all that gung ho about Colonialism? The founding fathers

        • mmmjv, you are obviously seeing things that are not there. I do hope you are not also hearing voices in your head. Then too, you seem to have an inordinate fixation on evil. Apparently, the only way you can debate with those with whom you disagree is to assign evil intent even when there is none, hoping it will relieve you from the mental effort required to engage in actual, intelligent discourse.

          Martin Luther King, Jesus Christ, colonialism? Being a community organizer makes him evil? Once again, you are seeing what is not there and, frankly, your extreme bias is preventing you from any expectation of objectivity.

          It is clear that you have not spent much time perusing this site. And it is apparent that you are far more interested in attacking your political opponents than having an intelligent discourse with them. But on the out chance that i am wrong about that, I suggest that you click on the “About” link in the footer of this page. You can then learn what this website is about.

          Finally, unless I see that you have experienced some kind of miraculous enlightenment, I wish you the best but will not respond further. You might want consider some of the political forums, which this is not. Informed, intelligent comments are welcome but not endlessly trite political junk talk.

  6. Wonderful article….I hope Ms. Scott writes many, many more, but I would like to see her with her own blog. Does she already have one and I am just not familiar with it?

    She has this man totally pegged and I am scared and worried for our once great land. Too many of my relatives died or were horribly injured in WWII…my poor little Cherokee grandmother ended up with four purple hearts which included the deaths of her only set of twins, one at Normandy and one in the Pacific…she had 12 children in all, 8 sons.

    All my life, love of country has been very important in our family and I went happily along, liking some presidents, not so fond of others, but never thought one could scare me the way this one has.

    Of course, he dislikes America and Americans. You cannot grow up in a muslim environment and not be taught to hate the west…and I do speak from experience after living four years in the Middle East among the people NOT in a compound as many do. His father was muslim, his stepfather was muslim, he went to a muslim school and played with muslim children. The man is muslim which might be fine, but when you are obviously supporting the muslim brotherhood that is not a good thing. It is the wrong ideology for the president of the US. The rest of the world has figured him out, yet half of our own citizens (even the ones in the cemeteries) have not. His own mother and grandparents were communists.

    Why else would he keep his records tightly sealed? While he has in-depth access to our records and info, we know very little about him. Why would anyone beat their head against the wall to earn a law degree only to give it up? I can think of three answers to that…he used his Barry Sorento name for that degree and needed to hide that fact or we would know he came here as a foreign student with a foreign passport and birth certificate OR he was about to be indicted for something (highly unlikely since we know Illinois’ tendency to overlook felonious behavior) OR…well, dang, forgot the third reason.

    The first term, I kept thinking, he cannot be what I think he is, but I saw the detest for all things American and I have always been a great judge of character. Also, you cannot sit in the so-called church of a man as evil as Jeremiah Wright for 20 years without hating this country. I do not know one true patriot who would not have run out of that church within seconds with the kind of preaching that horrible man did.

    That apology tour pushed me over the edge. The world depends on us and we always step up to the plate in national disasters and I could not be prouder of our country and our national *ideology* of which BO obviously is not part of. Very sad for our country.

    • Thank you Grandma GG for your insightful and heartfelt comments. I encourage you to comment further, perhaps on some of our other post as well. Of course I too am deeply concerned about the future of our country. This website is my attempt to enlighten and awaken others to the danger we are in. So thanks again and don’t be shy, I would like to hear more from you.

  7. Thank you MacPundit for calm, considered and informative responses! It is not difficult to discover on the internet any number of sources for peer reviewed information! I can only hope everyone finds it in their own best interest to seek sources of knowledge outside their personal group! Socrates said the unexamined life is not worth living – I might offer up a variation – the unresearched statement is not worth reading! Enjoy!

  8. Do you have a library? Access to the internet?

    You should read Audacity of Hope. — no not cherry pick the lines that can be distorted into tirades against some straw-man version of liberalism, but really read it. You should watch Obama when he deals with heroes, the men who fight for our nation, as Obama hob-nobs with their kids, has them in to dine, or invites their families to watch them honored with a Medal of Honor, being sure to get a front-row seat for others of that exalted rank.

    You’ve already got the answer — the wrong one, to the wrong question, from the wrong book, though.

    Pardon me. I had thought you a patriot out searching for the facts, and for truth.

    • Hi Ed. Thanks for your comment. First, if you sincerely want to have a discussion I suggest that you don’t begin with sarcasm. You ask if I have a library or access to the Internet. Really?

      As to cherry picking lines from Audacity of Hope, I find that to the contrary, far too many wide-eyed Obama fans ignore parts of the book that are troublesome. It’s called selective omission, which of course is cherry picking.

      But this site is not meant to be a review of Barack Obama’s books. Either you did not spend enough time here to know what it is about or you did and since you don’t like what is said, you wrote a comment which fails to address any specific post or article. If you found some factual errors I encourage you to identify them, specifically. And if you disagree with any commentary, you are welcome to express yourself freely. Of course I expect it to be respectful and informed. Otherwise it is useless.

      You essentially accuse me of “… tirades against some straw-man version of liberalism” but fail to be specific. What tirades and what example can you provide of a straw-man version of liberalism? As to Mr. Obama’s behavior with heroes and their kids, to what, exactly, do you refer? I don’t recall any posts that say anything negative about Mr. Obama regarding this matter.

      Also, you said, “You’ve already got the answer — the wrong one, to the wrong question, from the wrong book, though.” Frankly, I have no idea what you mean. What question? What answer? You mention “… the wrong book.” But again, where on this site is there anything close to a review of Audacity of Hope?

      Finally, you said, “I had thought you a patriot out searching for the facts, and for truth.” And you thought right. I am a patriot searching for the facts, and for truth. That is what this site is all about and if you think that any of the facts here are wrong, please be very specific and prove them wrong. A great deal of time and effort goes into research in order to be as accurate as possible so I won’t waste my time or take seriously anyone who makes unfounded claims or accusations. If you want credibility here, simply back up what you say. That’s only fair, don’t you think?

      • Sarcasm? I was hopeful that you’d say “no.”

        I read the post. I find your claims quite contrary to the evidence. Didn’t find much evidence in any other post, either.

        Do you have any fact to back up any of these charges?

        Not a day goes by that he is not attempting to defy our laws, remove our rights, over-ride established procedures, install controversial appointees, enact divisive mandates, and assert a dictatorial form of power.

        Got a list of laws Obama is “defying?” Can you name any right you’ve lost since George Bush left office? Isn’t installation of “controversial appointees” rather the standard for presidents? (Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson, Edwin Stanton, Salman P. Chase, Henry Clay, Henry Wallace, Robert F. Kennedy, Edgar Hoover, Earl Butz, Clarence Thomas, Sandra Day O’Connor, Clement Haynesworth, Harold Carswell, Dean Rusk, Orville Freeman, Adlai E. Stevenson, John Foster Dulles, Ezra Taft Benson, James B. Edwards, Ray Donovan, Samuel Pierce, Jeanne J. Kirkpatrick . . . oh, you should get the idea by now.)

        Care to list, say a half-dozen “mandates” Obama’s “enacted?” Any examples of “dictatorial” power?

        Spend some time. I’ll wait. Your deep-seated views must have some grounding, yes?

        • You were hoping that I said no to the question, “Do you have a library? Access to the internet?” Is that right? Absurd.

          You can find the following text at the “About” page. (
          “Your comments will be duly considered. Just keep in mind that opinion and analysis are just that and should not be confused with fact.”

          The post you reference, “Who Is This Obama” was written by Maureen Scott, a guest author. I suggest you contact her with your comments. Google her, she is well known. However, I would be glad to discuss any factual errors you find in posts written by MacPundit.

          • In other words, you don’t think you’re responsible for accuracy of the stuff you post?

            Got it.

          • I’d be glad to respond to your question, Ed, if I knew what you are talking about. Where did I say or imply that I am not responsible for the accuracy of “the stuff” I write? What I have said many times is that if you find a factual discrepancy, just point it out in your comments and provide a credible source as a basis for your correction. Also, be sure to distinguish between “Opinion and Analysis” and what is posted as fact. That said, opinion and analysis should also have a basis in fact. Though, unfortunately, far too many comments that are posted here and elsewhere on the Internet have no basis in fact.

            So if you have found a factual error here, let me know and I will check out your source. If I was in error, I will make the correction. It’s that simple.

          • Ed, I just noticed that you said “In other words, you don’t think you’re responsible for accuracy of the stuff you post?” not the “… stuff you write“, which is what I replied about. So that changes things. I am responsible for what I write and post as well as things I do not write and post. But there is a difference. I base what I write on research I, personally, do. Other posts, such as from “guest authors” or, for example, something from PolitiFact, are posted with a clear notation of the source. In either case, you are welcome to point out any discrepancies you may find, but in the case of say, PolitiFact, you should also alert them to any discrepancies.

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