The Left wing’s response to Rubio’s excellent summary of the awful Seven Year’s of Obama’s Presidency is to avoid what Rubio said and focus on his repeating it. the Left just can’t say Rubio was right because that would damage Saint Obama’s presidency.

“Barack Obama is undertaking a systematic effort to change this country, to make America more like the rest of the world… it is a systematic effort to change America.”……Marco Rubio.

“… And let’s dispel once and for all with this fiction that Barack Obama doesn’t know what he’s doing. He knows exactly what he’s doing. Barack Obama is undertaking a systematic effort to change this country, to make America more like the rest of the world.
“That’s why he passed Obamacare and the stimulus and Dodd-Frank and the deal with Iran. It is a systematic effort to change America. When I’m president of the United States, we are going to re-embrace all the things that made America the greatest nation in the world and we are going to leave our children with what they deserve: the single greatest nation in the history of the world.

“All this damage that he’s done to America is deliberate,” Rubio said. “This is a president who’s trying to redefine this country.”

“We don’t want to be like the rest of the world, we want to be the United States of America. And when I’m elected president, this will become once again, the single greatest nation in the history of the world, not the disaster Barack Obama has imposed upon us.
CHRISTIE: There it is. The memorized 25-second speech. There it is, everybody.

But guess what? In the world of hard-core conservatism, Rubio’s message that Obama knows exactly what he is doing is gospel.

Rubio repeated a line way too often—process foul—and looked slightly frantic.

But guess what? In the world of hard-core conservatism, Rubio’s message that Obama knows exactly what he is doing is gospel. Say again, gospel. Rubio will lose no votes among conservative talk radio fans, to pick but one example, where the belief that Obama is a 21st century Manchurian/Alinsky president determined to make America something it was never designed to be is seen as truer than the thought that a blue sky is blue.

Example? Here’s Rush Limbaugh on the same topic back in March of 2009, a mere three months in to the Obama era:

RUSH: The more Obama can make you believe that America as founded fails — you know, if there’s anybody who’s actually after failure, you want me to ramp this up? You want me to ramp this up, Snerdley? If there’s anybody who wants America as it was founded to fail, it’s Barack Obama.
A few months later Rush sat down with Sean Hannity, with Newsmax writing up their talk this way:

Rush Limbaugh Tells Sean Hannity That Obama Is Destroying America

Among other things Rush said: “Socialism is the Obama vision for America, and fascism — we must not be afraid to use that word — it’s a combination of the two.”

Rush added that Obama believes:
“that there is something inherently immoral and unjust about America. Now that he leads it, he thinks it’s great. Finally America is moral. Finally America is just. And it’s his duty to apologize because he thinks everybody around the world hates us and doesn’t like us.”
Four years later, Victor Davis Hanson was saying this in a 2013 issue of National Review:

Obama: Transforming America

Hanson began his observation with these two quotes, one each from President and Mrs. Obama:

“We are five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America.” — Barack Obama, October 30, 2008
“We are going to have to change our conversation; we’re going to have to change our traditions, our history; we’re going to have to move into a different place as a nation.” — Michelle Obama, May 14, 2008

Hanson had a list of where Obama was working his transformations, including federal spending, health care, interest rates, the presidency, energy, illegal immigration, foreign policy and race.
Of the latter Hanson noted:

From the beer summit to “punish our enemies” to the two occasions of pop editorializing about Trayvon Martin, and from Eric Holder’s “my people” to “nation of cowards,” the Obama administration has sought at opportune times to emphasize racial differences, mostly to secure the base for Obama’s own reelection and for midterm elections.
And of Obama’s immigration policies Hanson wrote:
“Under Obama, illegal immigration has become a political if not a racially charged issue. Supporters of blanket amnesty saw an evolving demographic process of fundamentally transforming the electorate of the American Southwest, resonating with Obama’s own unfortunate lead, as in his advice to Latinos to ‘punish our enemies.’”
One could go on and on listing conservatives out there who have said or written some version of what Rush and Victor Davis Hanson have said. One of them, of course, is Marco Rubio. Rubio may have had a bad night on the debate stage in New Hampshire. And he may have been wrong about the Gang of Eight.

But in repeating over and over and over and over again (and more still!) that: “Here’s the bottom line. This notion that Barack Obama doesn’t know what he’s doing is just not true. He knows exactly what he’s doing.”… Rubio may have over messaged

But that he was giving voice to a passionate belief about Barack Obama among conservatives there can be no doubt.

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