Preezy tries hard
The more he tries, the worse it gets for the middle class American. He claims the Republicans won’t engage with him to help pass his agenda. When they did meet at the beginning of his first term and tried to discuss Obamacare, Preezy had two words for them “I WON”. Since that fatal pronouncement, Preezy has made sure to keep the divisive political rhetoric at maximum volume. Does he not know about all the jobs bills sitting on Reid’s desk that haven’t been brought to the Senate floor? Does he not remember threatening to veto the transportation bill if the Keystone Pipeline was part of it? Yet, in a tiny amendment attached to the very same bill operators of roll-your-own will be put out of business. In other words, big tobacco lobbied, government wanted more taxes and American entrepreneurs will be out of business.
By now we’ve heard so many variations of Preezy’s remarkable life story we have no idea which one is the real story. When speaking in OH, Preezy told us of the struggle he and MO had while he ran for the State Senate. They went door to door passing out fliers printed at Kinkos. Yes, his struggle to get elected was a mighty effort for BO, MO and friends. In the end Chicago thug politics won the day.
As a community organizer, he had helped register thousands of voters. But when it came time to run for office, he employed Chicago rules to invalidate the voting petition signatures of three of his challengers.
The move denied each of them, including incumbent Alice Palmer, a longtime Chicago activist, a place on the ballot. It cleared the way for Obama to run unopposed on the Democratic ticket in a heavily Democrat district.
What’s that you say? Oh, those pesky voter ID laws are/were only important when it would assure an Obama win? Well, let me tell you that is just not the case. It was a matter of principle and nothing to do with political ploys.
Preezy is trying out a new campaign slogan. “FORWARD” really hasn’t been a rousing success, since the market has been tanking (again) and we seem to be going BACKWARD. So, we now have the “Betting on America” slogan. The problem is all the bets Preezy has been making with your money haven’t done so well. Especially in the DOE casino run by Steven Chu. But, Preezy wants you to believe if you give him four more years his luck will change. He will be able to get back that 35 billion he lost on Government Motors, the half billion he lost on Solyndra, the 8 billion on a wasted stimulus that enriched his cronies and bundlers, the trillions in deficits run up by Preezy and his cohorts in Congress. All of it will be returned if only he is re-elected.
Isn’t it strange Preezy is now telling us we’re going in the right direction by adding 80,000 jobs? When Bush added 310,000 he said it was a lousy number. When unemployment was at 5.6% then Senator Obama spoke scathingly of then President Bush.
Voting for BO is akin to lighting oneself on fire and expecting not to burn…