How do you spell ‘disaster’?…O-B-A-M-A


"I can't catch a f***in' break!"

No sir, Mr. President. It doesn’t appear you can. Have you even CONSIDERED the possibility your policies are the problem? Have you CONSIDERED the possibility most Americans do not agree with you? Have you CONSIDERED the possibility you’re in over your head?

I’m afraid the answer to these and other questions is ‘no’.

If you look at the headlines, you MUST realize Mr. Obama is presiding over the biggest economic downfall this nation has seen since the Great Depression. The very sad part is, he seems to push for more programs which end up inflicting more damage than creating long term solutions.

NUMBER OF POOR HIT RECORD 46 MILLION IN 2010 – Reuters

Though I’ve always been skeptical about how the government compiles these numbers…and what constitutes ‘poverty’…this can’t be good.

The President continues to demonize ‘the rich’…insisting they’re not paying their fair share. More of that tired ‘millionaires and billionaires’ crap. Of course, Mr. Obama is continuing the Democrats’ tradition of blaming wealthier Americans for the nation’s woes. I fail to see what good this does. Especially when the economy needs job producers. Why would you risk a business venture or investment in such a hostile environment?

OBAMA JOBS BILL WOULD RAISE REVENUE BY TAXING HEALTH BENEFITS FOR THE WEALTHY – The Hill

Mr. Obama’s job program is nothing more than a rehashing of worn out ideas…and ideals. It will go nowhere….fast.

BRAINDEAD ON ARRIVAL – The American Spectator

Finally some ‘disaster’ for the President…rather than the voters…Bob Turner wins the special election in New York’s 9th Congressional district. At the risk of trumpeting the win, as many did with Scott Brown in Massachusetts, Mr. Turner’s victory  is definitely a rebuke of Mr. Obama and the Democrats.

"I'm just happy the voters of New York showed they have some brains after all!"

A CLEAR REBUKE – The Daily Caller

No doubt, today and from here on out..for the next year, at least…we will see the drama build up to the next Presidential election. I’m hoping other Americans will have the fortitude to vote for their future and not with their emotions, as we foolishly did 3 years ago.

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