A few days ago I posted a video clip of the Obamacare beat-down at the Country Music Awards, and I realized today that Carrie Underwood, the co-host of the broadcast who sang the duet with Brad Paisley, has warmed a place in my heart seemingly from out of nowhere.
That is, before now, I had no idea who she was — I’d heard her name, was vaguely confused about other celebrity “Underwoods” (Blair Underwood? Who’s that, and Who’s who?) — but now I have a crush on her and I’ll admit right now that it is rooted in a very subtle thing, as I will explain.
If you listen to Ms. Underwood’s pronunciation of “Obamcare” in the clip (“Hey, so do you have that Obamacare?”), you’ll hear a blend of several things:
- Southern twang
- Befuddlement over what Obamacare is, exactly
This last point in particular is what does it for me: her amused articulation of the word “Obamacare” puts Obamacare in the category of alien object, without sounding overly intellectual or argumentative.
It’s as if she is saying: “Can you believe this thing even exists?” and she betrays no intention of wasting her time on such a mess as this.
The fact that she is a young woman is also a major part of the charm of it all, because as I wrote about last week, a majority of women these days — particularly young women — support Democrats for high office, no matter how fascist (Obama) or abusive to women (Bill Clinton), they happen to be, because of the abortion issue.
So you put this package together, and you get True Love on my part: a young woman, beautiful, sharp, funny, referring to a monstrosity in a tone of voice that immediately conveys the alien nature of the thing.
And this aspect, the alien nature of Obamacare, is also poetic, because Barack Obama is an alien in this country and his entire agenda is alien to the heritage of the United States of America.
I am not talking about his birth certificate, which does not matter. I am talking about where he spent his formative years: Indonesia, a Muslim country, where he attended Koranic studies as a child.
Obama mentions (Audacity, p. 154) that at Besuki, “the teacher wrote to tell my mother that I made faces during Koranic studies.” Only Muslim students attended the weekly two-hour Koran class <source>
Whether he was or is a Muslim is not the point: the point is that he was formed (“formative” years) by Muslims in Indonesia and by parents, teachers, mentors, and later friends, Marxist professors, and his pastor, as a man who distrusts America, distrusts capitalism, and who seeks revenge on the anglo-saxon colonialist power structure.
The anti-Americanism of everyone around this man is not in dispute and cannot be disproven: his parents’ anti-American/anti-Western views are well documented, as are the anti-American views of Frank Marshall Davis, described as young Obama’s “second father” (and a legitimate member of the Communist Party in Hawaii), his professors, his friends such as Bill Ayers (In 1969 he co-founded the Weather Underground, a self-described communist revolutionary group that conducted a campaign of bombing public buildings (including police stations, the U.S. Capitol Building, and the Pentagon) during the 1960s and 1970s), and his pastor Jeremiah Wright (“GODDAMN AMERICA”).
I have said Barack Obama is trying to destroy America, but this is not quite right: he is trying to remake it in the image of an Eastern despotic regime, in which manchurian bureaucrats control our lives and enrich themselves with patronage bribes and all the trappings of Marxist elite status. He is creating a U.S. politburo right under our noses, and even with various media personalities cheering him on, useful idiots that they are.
When Carrie Underwood says the word “Obamacare” in that sweet southern drawl, with an inflection of “What the…?”, she shows the depth of this truth about Barack Obama — he is not of America, but of other places and other philosophies that are antithetical to America and everything we stand for.
Her adorable face and voice openly mocking Barack Obama’s socialist “achievement” say that We Are Not Dead Yet, but this outsider hell-bent on ruining the greatness of our nation is far from done with us.