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Cloward–Piven strategy
Wkipedia
From the article:
"proposed to create a crisis in the current welfare system – by exploiting the gap between welfare law and practice – that
would ultimately bring about its collapse and replace it with a system of guaranteed annual income. They hoped to
accomplish this end by informing the poor of their rights to welfare assistance, encouraging them to apply for benefits
and, in effect, overloading an already overburdened bureaucracy."
Obama's Radical Agenda - If You Care About America, You should Read This
After Reading These Articles, Tell me with a straight face that he isn't following the Cloward-Piven strategy..

Barack Obama and the Strategy of Manufactured Crisis

The Cloward/Piven Strategy of Economic Recovery
News Sources You May Be Unaware Of
Democrats running for re-election in 2014 that  cast
the decisive votes for Obamacare
Mark Begich, AK
Dick Durbin, IL
Al Franken, MN
Kay Hagen, NC
Mary Landrieu, LA
Jeff Merkley, OR
Mark Pryor, AR
Jack Reed, RI
Jeanne Shaheen, NH
Mark Udall, CO
Tom Udall, NM
Mark Warner, VA
Quote from:
Thomas Paine - Common Sense 1776 Third Edition
On these grounds I rest the matter. And as no offer hath yet been made to refute the doctrine contained in the former
editions of this pamphlet, it is a negative proof, that either the doctrine cannot be refuted, or, that the party in favor of it
are too numerous to be opposed. WHEREFORE, instead of gazing at each other with suspicious or doubtful curiosity,
let each of us hold out to his neighbor the hearty hand of friendship, and unite in drawing a line, which, like an act of
oblivion, shall bury in forgetfulness every former dissension. Let the names of Whig and Tory be extinct; and let none
other be heard among us, than those of a good citizen, an open and resolute friend, and a virtuous supporter of the
RIGHTS of MANKIND, and of the FREE AND INDEPENDENT STATES OF AMERICA.
Are you concerned about the abuses of the federal government? The
government regulates things they have no business controlling, there’s a
massive imbalance between federal and state power, and the spending
and debt is out of control.

But there’s hope! For the first time in many years, the people and states
have a chance to check the runaway train of the federal government.

Article V of the Constitution provides a way for the states to call a
convention for the purpose of proposing amendments to the Constitution.
Mark Levin has explained the Convention of States process in his
bestselling book The Liberty Amendments, and now there’s an
organization that can turn an Article V Convention of States into a reality.

Citizens for Self-Governance (CSG) recently launched the Convention of
States (COS) Project with the expressed purpose of urging and
empowering state legislators to call a Convention of States. Under the
COS Project plan, this convention would be called “for the purpose of
limiting the power and jurisdiction of the federal government.” Only
amendments that fall under this category would be germane and up for
debate.

I believe a Convention of States is our last chance to halt the runaway
power of the federal government and restore the Founder’s vision. This
will be the most important project of this generation, and I hope you’ll
consider getting involved!
If you’d like more information you can visit their website at:
The following states have filed or pre-filed the COS Project’s application in their state legislature:  Virginia, South
Carolina, Florida, Alaska, New Mexico, Alabama, Georgia, South Dakota, Arizona.
The Georgia Senate has passed the COS application by a vote of 37-17, becoming the first state legislative body to do so.