Sen. Barack Obama has promised “change,” and his campaign has already been hard at work changing one of the basic symbols of the nation — the Presidential Seal.
On Friday, the press was abuzz over the new seal, which was unveiled on Obama’s podium when he spoke to a group of Democratic governors.
While the Obama seal does include the American bald eagle clutching arrows and an olive branch, the resemblance ends there.
The Latin phrase “E Pluribus Unum,” which translates to “Out of many, one,” now says “Vero Possumus.” Press reports translate the Latin words as “Truly, we are able” — a rough translation of the Obama campaign slogan, “Yes we can.”
The deletion of “E Pluribus Unum,” long considered the de-facto motto of the United States, is not accidental for multiculturalists, who have long denigrated the concept that immigrants must strip away their old culture in favor of the “oneness” of American civilization.
This man is truly one of the most ridiculous men to walk this planet. HEY! Back off. This is MY blog, and I (as of right now anyways) have a right to freedom of speech, and YOU have the right to leave this blog if you don’t like what you’re reading. I have never before seen in all my life an ego of someone so under-qualified grow to such an enormous size. I understand that no one is perfect, but THIS…. THIS takes it to a WHOLE new level. Keep your change, I want my freedoms and democratic country back.
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