Ask not what your country can do for you 1


By Tom Quiner

President John Kennedy’s 1961 inaugural address is considered to be a classic speech.  In it, he invoked his famous line, “ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.”

In his presidency, Mr. Kennedy cut taxes.

In his presidency, Mr. Kennedy used NASA to put a man on the moon.

In his presidency, Mr. Kennedy faced down evil during the Cuban Missile Crisis.

How times change.

President Obama believes Americans are under-taxed.

President Obama believes that NASA is an instrument of social justice to improve relations with Muslims.

President Obama bows to our enemies.

Most of all, President Obama rejects Kennedy’s philosophy of “ask not what your country can do for you …” Our current President even thinks government (taxpayers) should pay for your abortions.

If John Kennedy were alive today, would he still be a Democrat?

One comment

  1. That’s a very tough question you’ve asked for one who believes strongly in the U.S. Constitution. I don’t believe we should discriminate on a religious basis; but when you know the Quran is the basis of their belief, and condones the beheading, or any other way of killing infidels, I think we must re-think our obligation to consider any other way. I’ve heard those who say, “Well, most of the Muslims living in the USA don’t believe that”…but the fact remains they do practice their religion and I haven’t heard any of them demanding that that part of the Quran be decimated. I don’t know how to answer your question, but will look forward to your responses to this.

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