So, as our country seems to come further and further off the tracks with each passing day, it would seem that Barry “Almighty” has nothing better to do that go about the renaming of national landmarks. Because it was just this past Sunday that Barry announced that he would, by executive order, change the name of Mount McKinley to Mount Denali, which I am told is an old Athabascan word meaning “the high one.” A phrase that I think would be most appropriate in describing how our president, a man who seems to be quite high on the power of his office and who is obviously not the least bit shy when it comes to abusing that power.
Now Barry didn’t bother to explain the basis for his decision apparently feeling that, I’m quite sure, there was simply no need to. After all, he does view himself as being our “Supreme Leader” and as such see himself has having the right. But the move did, and with good reason, frustrate more than a few Ohio legislators who were quite upset at the slap at President William McKinley’s legacy. RINO senator Lisa Murkowski, of course took the time to thank Barry, stating, “For centuries, Alaskans have known this majestic mountain as the ‘Great One.’ Today we are honored to be able to officially recognize the mountain as Denali.”
But why do you suppose Barry chose this particular time to change the name? Perhaps because Barry feels that he has now solved all of the world’s more pressing problems so now would be the perfect time? And he likely decided against that which I’m quite sure was his second choice, that being Mt. Trayvon. But on a more serious note, Barry likely opposes the legacy of President McKinley, given that McKinley led America to victory in the Spanish-American War and rejected inflation by sticking with the gold standard. By the end of McKinley’s tenure, the United States had taken military control of Cuba, Puerto Rico, Guam, the Philippines, and annexed Hawaii.
McKinley was the last president to have served in the Civil War. He was assassinated in 1901 while in Buffalo, New York. President McKinley, who presided over an economic boom and massive growth in American power, once stated, “We need Hawaii just as much and a good deal more than we did California. It is manifest destiny.” Regarding the Spanish-American War, McKinley explained that Cuba “ought to be free and independent.” It goes without saying that being a man who possesses a very deep hatred for this country, Barry would have, most certainly, opposed both moves. That’s because, Barry is for a weak America.
As Barry stated in ‘Dreams From My Father’, he spent his college years discussing “neocolonialism, Franz Fanon, Eurocentrism.” And as president, Barry has obviously attempted to undo many of McKinley’s accomplishments. In kowtowing to the Castro Brothers in Cuba, Barry has ensured that America’s Spanish-American War victory ends with perpetual communism in a country which America once granted to it, its freedom; in 2014, Barry sought to give Hawaiians the same status as Native Americans, forcing separate governance for them based on ethnicity. So is it any surprise that this anti-McKinley would take such actions.
I suppose the only question left to be answered might be the one that asks just how long can we expect it to be before Barry unilaterally decides to change the name of the American Southwest to, Aztlan? Now for those who may be unfamiliar with that particular term, that would be the legendary ancestral home of the Aztec peoples. Aztecah is the Nahuatl word for “people from Aztlan”. While Barry has only another 16 and a half months in office I expect that in the time remaining he fully intends to do everything that our limp-wristed Republicans in Congress will allow him to get away with. So hang on, it’s likely to be a bumpy ride.