Monday, February 01, 2010

Are we ready to admit that we’ve made a mistake electing Obama

It doesn't take a rocket scientist or a pollster to know that Americans are not happy with Washington.

The honeymoon that greeted President Obama a year ago today has degenerated into hypercriticism, deep anxiety and downright anger.
—Frank Luntz
President Bill Clinton used to feel our pain, president Barry Hussein Soetoro said in his first State of the Union Address that he feels our anger… and he should!

People are just now realizing what it means to have a 1960’s ideologue of the burn baby burn genre to actually be in power as president of the United States of America.

In the 60’s these ideologues threaten to burn everything down in American with the idea of starting all over again. Those radicals are hiding in plain sight in professorships in colleges all across America exposing our children and our children’s teachers to their anti-American screed. Of course that message as been repackaged for this present era to the more obscured message of hope and change but it’s all the same thing.

Now that Soetoro a former college lecturer and an Affirmative Action Baby, is in power he doesn’t have to light an actual match under the country or bomb the country like his friend William Ayers. Instead Soetoro can sign Executive Orders, unconstitutionally appoint Czars and nominate Supreme Court Justices who have his same 60’s ideology.

He can even work with a Super Partisan Left-wing lead Congress to set the roof, the roof, the roof (that the founding fathers built) on fire. Executive presidential powers in the hands of a 60’s radical are just as destructive as lighting a match or exploding a bomb… and highly more effective too.

In other words we’ve heard the supercilious and quixotic messages of hope and change but in reality one year of Barry Hussein Soetoro it is more like the unimaginable down in the earth suffering of debt and chains.

Astonishing and usurious crushing debt that will chain our children and our children’s children to paying for the mistakes of Barry Hussein Soetoro long after he completes his one term presidency and long after it is disclosed that he wasn’t even constitutionally eligible to serve as president in the first place.

According to Frank Luntz Americans are suffering an extreme case of buyer’s remorse. Luntz gives examples of the polls below:

• Only 39 percent of the country would vote to re-elect Obama, according to a National Journal poll, while 50 percent would "definitely" or "probably" vote for someone else. This is significant. George W. Bush is the only candidate in modern times to win re-election with less than half of the country expressing a desire to re-elect him.

• According to Gallup, Obama has suffered the greatest fall in approval of any elected president since the company started ongoing tracking during the Eisenhower administration. Obama came into office with the approval of two out of every three voters (67 percent) but ended his first year with just half the electorate (50 percent) offering a positive evaluation of his performance. Only the unelected Gerald Ford fared worse in the court of public opinion.

• It's not just the Obama agenda that is under attack. It is his philosophy that has America balking. For example, Americans are increasingly returning to the conservative ideology they held before the perceived failures of the Bush administration crushed conservative self-identification levels. According to Gallup, fully 40 percent of Americans now identify themselves as conservative, compared with just 21 percent who call themselves liberal.

• And finally, while the Republican brand has barely moved since its electoral disasters of 2006 and 2008 and remains unpopular, Democratic popularity has collapsed as well. Most surveys now have the GOP even or even slightly ahead in the generic congressional ballot, and Americans now see the Republicans to be as good if not better in handling the economy.
(see source)

In Jill Dorson’s, Why I regret voting for President Obama, is an Independent’s anecdotal but highly relative explanation of why the Democrats are losing the Independent vote. (see article)

I am a registered Independent. I voted for Barack Obama. And for that, I am sorry.

I'm not sorry for you. I'm sorry for me. Because I voted for Obama for me, not for you. I voted for hope and change and all the intangibles that Obama was peddling in the wake of the financial crisis, Sarah Palin, Sept. 11 and all the other ills that shook our country in the last decade. I wanted something new. Something different. What I got was, I suppose, exactly what I voted for - a spin doctor. And not a very good one at that.—Jill Dorson

According to Dorson she brought the hope and change hype only to realize that the Obama policies were destructive to her small business and the standard of living that she was accustomed to.

Dorson said that she thought that, “Obama would try to level the playing field between big business and small, between thieves and honest business people, between greed and moderation. Instead, he bailed out the most wicked and left the rest of us fail.”

Seven years later, I am ashamed to say that I was blinded by charisma. Obama was so convincing that I stopped caring about what he knew and started getting caught up in the euphoria. Imagine having a president who came from a broken home, who had money troubles, who did grass-roots community service? A young father. The first black president. It pains me to admit I got caught up in the hoopla.—Jill Dorson

Dorson came to the sad conclusion that words mean entirely something different to president Soetoro than they mean to the rest of us she said, “It was clear after just 90 days what a mistake I'd made. My taxes have gone up and my quality of life has gone down. Hope has given way to disgust and I see now that change is simply a euphemism for ‘big government.’”

I believe that America has realized that we’ve made a horrible mistake in electing Barry Hussein Soetoro as the president. The interesting thing is that we didn’t come to that conclusion by anything that Republicans or any of Soetoro’s opposition has done. No we came to that conclusion solely based on what Soetoro and Democrats have done.

Democrats came to power by tearing down America. Oh I’m totally aware that Democrats thought that they were only tearing down George W. Bush but the reality is Democrats strategy to win the Congress and the White house was based on a blame Bush tactic that was created by Democrat strategist James Carville but what Democrats did was permanently damage the office of the presidency and the whole electoral process by infecting America’s election process with poisoned partisan politics of the worst kind.

It was these virulent winds of poisoned partisanship that Democrats have unleashed on America by their 2000, 2004, 2006 and 2008 attacks on George W. Bush. And it is these winds of which Barry Hussein Soetoro is reaping the whirlwind as he continually and constantly blames George W. Bush each and every time he speaks as he did in the State of the Union Address.

The blackness of the Democrat soul has corrupted American politics for years to come. Democrats declared war on America in order to win the presidency and in war as Democrats waged it all is fair, even the politics of personal destruction which they employed against anyone who was a Republican. That is why today the name Bush is a pejorative in Liberal Democrat circles.

Somehow Moderates, Independents and some Liberal Conservatives are slowly realizing that they made a grave mistake voting for Barry Hussein Soetoro base on their own observations of these things.

Are the rest of us now ready to admit that we’ve made a mistake voting for president Soetoro?

1 comment:

  1. I don't know about the rest who need to admit that they
    made a mistake in voting for Barry but there's just so
    many times that I feel like saying "I told you so".

    There was tons of evidence that clearly showed Barry
    is NOT Presidential material and extremely dishonest to
    boot, but the socially conditioned masses didn't pay

    There is no trade-in value on this kind of a lemon.