Could it be that Archie Bunker saw President Barack Obama coming, or is the so called “progressive” mindset so entrenched that little has changed over the past 40 years?
The fictional Bunker, played to acclaim by Carroll O’Connor, was let loose on the American scene when “All in the Family” premiered on January 12, 1971. The show was based on the British sitcom “Til Death Us Do Part,” about an ill-tempered working-class Tory and his Socialist son-in-law.
The video shows Archie complaining about liberal policies that are eerily similar to some Obama administration policy initiatives.
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