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“An American Coronation” Says The L.A. Times

Sunday, January 18, 2009

“An American Coronation” is how the Los Angeles Times web page referred to Barack Obama and the inaugural celebrations at the Lincoln Memorial Concert on Sunday.

Los Angeles Times Web Page Sunday 1/18/09

Los Angeles Times Web Page Sunday 1/18/09

I can only assume that the editors completely forgot about our nation’s history in a rush to anoint the President-Elect as the new “King of America”. They ignored the very reasons for the founding of the United States.

They forgot about the Boston Tea Party by the Sons of Liberty on December 16, 1773. That led to the American Revolution with it’s main purpose to end the rule of the British Monarchy and to the creation of the United States of America.

The writing of the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution was very specific in ending imperialistic rule. Our founding Father’s created a democracy and a system of government of the people, for the people and by the people.

It’s an insult and a disgrace for the Los Angeles Times to use any words that compares the Presidential Inauguration to the crowning of a sovereign.

The rest of the media is falling all over it’s self in covering, yes, this historic event. This is the 44th inauguration of a President and Barack Obama will not be the last.

But then we have nut case Congressman like, New York Democrat Rep. José Serrano who (for the second time) introduced a measure to repeal the 22nd Amendment, which provides the only term limit on federal office — the President.

I always knew that Democrats and the left do not like the Constitution and wish to change it in their own image.

Posted: 1745PT  01/18/09


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