Obama Lets His REAL Plan Slip For Once His Eight Years Are Up…We’re Terrified

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Americans everywhere are eagerly counting down the days until Obama leaves office in 2016. However, what Obama recently announced indicates that he may not be going away as quietly as we want…

This week, the Obama Foundation has started an email campaign that has a nightmarish slogan.

“Eight years is only the beginning,” the image in an email from the foundation boldly stated. They followed this up with a terrifying sneak preview of what the Obama Foundation has planned for after the president leaves office.

“Barack Obama’s commitment to public service preceded his presidency, and will continue long after he and the first lady leave the White House,” they said, according to Conservative Tribune. “The foundation will carry forward the Obamas’ efforts to inspire active citizenship, expand economic opportunity, and promote peace and justice throughout the world.”

The email then ended with a call to action for Obama’s minions all across the nation.

“Soon we will reveal the city that will be the future home of the Obama Foundation,” they said. “Sign up for our emails to find out first.”

This comes as no surprise after a recent dinner with wealthy donors in New York in which Obama made it clear that he would not be going away anytime soon.

“This is not a project that stops after a certain term in office, and it’s not a project that stops after an election,” Obama reportedly said. “This is something that we have to sustain over the long term.”

It appears that Obama plans to use his post-presidency fame to ensure that a future conservative president or congress would not be able to undo everything he has done during his presidency. This is very unfortunate, considering the fact that most Americans want all of his policies out the window as soon as possible.

What do you think about Obama’s future plans? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.

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