Still Here, Still Not a Fan of this Administration

on Friday, May 11, 2012

Since we're coming up on an election season I figured I'd dust off the ol' blog here and re-enlist in the fight to end amateur hour at the White House. You can again expect posts here regularly.

No, I haven't changed my opinion of President Obama's administration since we last met. I still believe the president is and always has been in way over his head, totally unprepared for the challenges he promised to fix 3 and a half years ago. In that same 3 years Obama took an evil, failed, discredited political system - Bolshevism - and mutated it into a 4-year spending spree that bore little fruit. And when questioned on why his plans to fix the economy failed, he often segues the conversation by talking about how rich Mitt Romney is. Apparently I'm supposed to be more concerned about what Mitt Romney does with his money than what Barack Obama does with mine.

Barack Obama himself once said, "If you don't have a record to run on, then you paint your opponent as someone people should run from. You make a big election about small things." Being a student of Saul Alinsky - the man who dedicated his book to Satan - Obama will embrace this Alinskyian "Rules for Radical's" tactic to the fullest. This is precisely why Obama is doing everything he can to avoid talking about the economy by, instead, endlessly bringing up stupid 30-year-old stories about Mitt Romney's dog. Today's Rasmussen Poll - a pollster who nailed the 2008 election, btw - has Mitt Romney beating Obama at 50-43 (note that the link I pointed you to changes daily). Furthermore, 65% of those polled are "angry" at the policies of the federal government. Even Bill Clinton recently referred to Obama as an "amateur". Obama's re-election chances are in real trouble, folks. And he knows it. Prepare for pointless, daily distractions about Mitt Romney's past until November. You've been warned.

Look, let's face it: It was the young people of this nation who got Obama elected in 2008. They fell for the phony promises of "Hope and Change" which, in hindsight, turned out to be nothing more than "Hype and Lies". Many of these same young people can't find a job. They've lost mortgages, paid higher taxes, and have lost even more freedoms. They have now tasted socialism and seen its evil face and are learning they have no desire for it. Untold scores of people who voted for the president have stopped drinking the Kool-Aid and now have buyer's remorse. And it's their own fault. We tried to warn them in 2008, but this is what they decided to vote for and this is what they got.

November is our one chance to reverse course. And we'll be doing all we can on this blog to help that happen.