Monday, September 19, 2011

Fire his staff? Obama should fire himself!

[F]ire a lot of people. This may be news to you [president Obama] but this is not going well. […]For God's sake, why are we still looking at the same political and economic advisers that got us into this mess? It's not working. -James Carville
Last week political Mad Dog and Left wing fanatic James Carville incredibility advised the president to fire his economic advisers who, according to Mr. Carville, got us into this economic downgrade mess in the first place.

Such advice is remarkable for two reasons. One, no one that’s no one, is more left wing fanatical than Uber-Partisan Democrat James Carville. So Mr. Carville’s acknowledging that something is wrong with a Democrat administration is a highly unlikely phenomena.

Two Mr. Carville just admitted that the U.S. economic mess is the fault of the Barry Hussein Soetoro administration, which is absolutely stunting for a Liberal Democrat. (see article)

Therefore, at least one Democrat is willing to admit that Democrat’s Liberal economic ideas aren’t working. In addition to that he is also willing to admit that Democrats are at fault for America’s economic down turn, wow!

And as a result it seems that other Democrats in never before seen political honesty are now considering telling the truth. Democrats are admitting that their Democrat president and his “brain trust” are doing some spectacularly stupid things regarding jobs and the U.S. economy.

Tim Cavanaugh of writes that the Soetoro brain trust doesn’t want to take responsibility for their own economic policies. (see article)

As President Barack Obama’s $447 billion American Jobs Act of 2011 fails to win public support, some are saying the bill is doomed by the failure of the president’s $787 billion American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA).--Tim Cavanaugh

Michael Tomasky attempt to blame the Soetoro handpicked adviser for mutiny against the president rather than blame the “smartest president” in the history of the Union for his decision in selection them or his obvious lack of leadership. (read article)

Geithner and Summers and Rahm Emanuel, and perhaps others, sometimes ignored Obama, refused to carry out his orders, and, in Summers’s case, mocked him, saying at one point to then-Budget Director Peter Orszag that “there’s no adult in charge” in the White House. And while I don’t yet know whether Suskind emphasizes this point, let’s carry the critique one-step further: They did so, as far as we know, without suffering any consequences at all.—Michael Tomasky

Matt Bai attempts to argue that it is the times rather than the Soetoro leadership that is responsible for the nations ill.

If administrations are to be judged solely on results, rather than in the context of the times, then Mr. Obama can’t possibly make a compelling argument for his own re-election — not when unemployment refuses to fall below 9 percent. --MATT BAI

But that contradicts the president’s own admission that the sole reason for reelecting him is whether he turns the economy around, not to mention that the president did claim responsibility for the economy. (see 1:50min video)

No matter how Democrats attempt to spin it, the president’s own words call for his rejection at the polls in 2012. Soetoro calls for his own firing. And he is right he should be fired.

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