Monday, October 26, 2009

Why Code Phrase “I inherited it” just doesn’t work anymore Barack!

This president inherited, in some ways, an economic fiasco--Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu of Louisiana
The Barry Hussein Soetoro code phrase “I inherited it” like everyone knows means that George W. Bush is to blame for all of the world’s ills but especially the state of the United States economy.

But that’s not true.

Those of us who know history know that al Qaeda declared war on the United States in 1998. Bush wasn’t elected until November 2000 and became President Noon January 20, 2001.

9/11/2001 didn’t just happen. It was a well thought out, planned and executed plot that all culminated on the date of 9/11/2001.

According to the 9/11 commission report section 7.2 entitled The 9/11 Pilots In the United States the “9/11 pilots” were training as early as the mid1990’s and many of them trained in the United States in the early summer of 2000. –9/11 Commission Report pg. 223 (see source)

Al Qaeda declared war on the U.S. in 1998, they began training for 9/11 as early as 1990 and many of the pilots who carried out the plane crashes arrived in America early summer of 2000. Don’t you get it? The 9/11 pilots trained in the United States prior to Bush’s presidency but you never, ever heard him say that he inherited 9/11!

President Bush wasn’t a petty Partisan like Barry Hussein Soetoro has proven to be.

What’s more, Democrats took control of both houses of Congress in 2006. What that means is, they had control of the nation’s purse strings since then. In addition to that Democrats controlled all of the Congressional committees. During 2006-2008 any and all decisions on spending were not made without Congressional approval. Democrat approval.

Must I reminded you that we experienced 7 years of growth and prosperity under President Bush it was not until his last year the year that Congressional Democrats were fully in control of the nations spending did the economy crash. Not only that, Soetoro was a Senator from 2004 until he began running for president in 2004(irony intended). So, such as his service was, Soetoro is just as responsible as his fellow Democrats or anyone else for the “mess that he inherited.” (see 4min video)

But let’s give president Soetoro the benefit of the doubt, let’s go along with his little puerile blame game and we’ll say that president Soetoro inherited an economic fiasco.

If that were true, you among my readers who own businesses, if you bought a business that had economic problems would you continue on a spending course that that added so much debt that you would bankrupt your new business? Yet it is reported that Soetoro and Democrats have borrowed and spent more U.S. tax payer money then all of the previous U.S. presidents combined.

Wouldn’t it make sense to end all pork spending and put a moratorium on any new programs, wouldn’t that make sense? So why didn’t Soetoro and Democrats do that? Soetoro is attempting to have it both ways, first cry about what Bush did and then at the same time out spend Bush 100 to 1 (see chart)

Democrat spending is so out of control that they are fearful that voters may begin to understand what is happening.
The reservoir of Democratic support for legislation to stimulate the economy — while adding to the deficit — is drying up.

Already faced with what many economists are labeling a jobless recovery, Democratic leaders on Capitol Hill are considering passing more measures to lower the nation’s highest unemployment rate in 26 years.
—Jared Allen (see source)
Democrats are now looking for cover for spending that would push the national debt above $13 trillion dollars. Playing political games as they always do Democrats are considering attaching a debt increase provision to a must-pass bill, possibly the Defense Department spending bill. (see story)

President Soetoro runs the risk of discrediting his entire administration with his continued blaming and the juvenile name calling of political opponents. Sure that type of thing pumps up the Daily Kos rads and left wing Fascist Socialist sycophants. But judging by the way Soetoro’s poll numbers are sliding talking about what he inherited while spending more money than was every spent since the forming of the Republic is a sure way of being thrown out of power.


  1. Anonymous9:48 AM

    You call him President Soetero and you expect people to take you seriously?

  2. Just as seriously as he expects Americans to take him when he says that he inherited the economy!!!

  3. Anonymous2:51 PM

    --Must I reminded you that we experienced 7 years of growth and prosperity under President Bush it was not until his last year the year that Congressional Democrats were fully in control of the nations spending did the economy crash.--

    Really? You might want to look again at that chart you posted.