Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Exhausted Defending Obama’s Mess

"I'm one of your middle class Americans. And quite frankly I'm exhausted. I'm exhausted of defending you, defending your administration, defending the mantle of change I voted for, and deeply disappointed with where we are right now,"—CNBC Townhall Supporter of president Soetoro
In a stagecrafted setting and out of a handpicked selected pro-Soetoro crowd president Barry Hussein Soetoro was put on the defensive in what was supposed to be a cutesy propaganda outing where he could tout his “accomplishments” and extend his coattails for Democrats running for reelection this November. (see article)

Instead, what happened next was an incredible PR nightmare. Out of the belly of a sycophantic assemblage… criticism and from a most unexpected source, an educated professional middle class African-American woman who says that she is exhausted of defending the president, his administration and his hope and change program that has resulted in no discernable improvement for the middle class. (see 1:21min video)

What we are supposed to forget is Democrats forced Trillions of dollars of taxpayer liabilities on the American people when America was already out of money this according to the president himself. (see previous post)

In addition, after getting their Liberal agenda through Congress Democrats spent over a Trillion dollars in stimulus dollars that were actually payoffs to Democrat constituencies and money to aid in reelecting Democrats. The fact is Democrats asked for additional $23Billion dollars for job creation and now billions of dollars more to stimulate American small businesses it has become clear that even to the most ardent Soetoro supporter the president is not looking out for the middle class.

“We can’t drive our SUVs and eat as much as we want and keep our homes on 72 degrees at all times … and then just expect that other countries are going to say OK,”—president Barry Hussein Soetoro

And yes Miss to answer your question, your future, as is all of ours that of the hot dogs and beans era under the Soetoro administration just as the president said we can’t eat as much as we want.

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