Orwellian Interference

The Obama govt. has been funneling taxpayers' money by the millions of dollars to destabilize at least one democratically elected government overseas, and it's no telling how many others elsewhere, with so-called democracy initiative money. While Obama was giving money to anti-government groups in Egypt where a military coup eventually overthrew the elected president, at the same time Obama was telling the world that his administration was taking no sides in the Egyptian dispute.  A complete lie, of course.  To make matters worse, the money the Obama govt. has been funneling out through the State Dept. and quasi govt. agencies was said by them to have been spent on these "democracy" initiatives.  Remember the book "1984" where author, George Orwell, described how "Big Brother" would use words that actually mean the exact opposite of what they are?  So in 2013, "democracy" initiatives are programs to destabilize elected governments, if not to outright depose them.  Why is Obama, and other presidents before him, interfering in countries around the world trying to implant who or what parties they want in power, and with huge amounts of money?  In America, political parties or candidates here would get in trouble if they took money from foreigners, because it's against the law, and it should be.  So why is it acceptable for the Obama govt. to do pretty much the same thing in regards to taxpayers' money being transferred to individuals or parties overseas?  It shouldn't be acceptable, it should be against the law if it's not already, and we should be minding our own business and using taxpayers' money for constitutionally authorized purposes only.

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