If Obama does get re-elected, the economy will eventually crash, the federal government will take over , and then everyone will have to make adjustments in lifestyle. Maybe then America will turn back to God. God help us… and I mean that as a prayer, not the trite saying it has become.
If obama does wins in November, he will inherit a far worse deficit than he inherited in 2009 and a far much worse economy and unemployment status. He campaigned in 2008 that he was the man to fix the damage that he claimed Bush created, but he didn’t fix it, in fact he made it worse.
If he couldn’t fix the conditions Bush created, how is obama going to fix his own mess that he has created.
Give UP? He won’t, he can’t, he will only add to his failed policies that he created.
Gun Control: President Obama is pro-gun control to his core, and his past is full of anti-gun legislation and anti-gun rhetoric that provides a clear indication of where the Second Amendment is headed in the next four years if we’re ignorant enough to give him a second term.
Poverty: liberals often claim to be pushing legislation “for the children”, the most liberal president in decades has been a disaster for America’s children, We now have a staggering 1 in 45 children in America who are homeless. That is about about one child in every two school classroooms who is homeless.
The unemployment rate for African-Americans, 96% of who voted for Obama, stands at 15.5% as of last month, while Hispanics, who pulled the lever for Obama at a clip of 67%, have an unemployment rate of 11.4%. When Obama took office, those rates stood at 12.7% and 9.9%, respectively.
The Obama presidency has simply been a disaster for our nation. From an economic sense, there seem few if any groups that can say they are better off now than they were when Obama took office. If the economy is the number one issue in the minds of these voters, they cannot and should not re-elect President Obama to another four years in the Oval Office, as sending President Obama back into the White House will not result in a win for America. (chad stafko)
More than a month before November’s elections, obama’s allies in the House are already offering tips for how to spend it.
“He’s got to continue to concentrate on jobs,” Rep. Bill Pascrell said last week as the House was leaving town for a long, pre-election recess.
“I’m hoping he’ll do immigration reform,” said Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-Texas).
“We should get back to an energy policy – one that acknowledges that climate change is real,” said Rep. Peter Welch (D-Vt.).
“The critical issues will be revenue generation … and … a concerted push on immigration reform,” said Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-Ariz.).
“I think he’d want his administration to start on healthcare,” said Rep. Mike Honda (D-Calif.).
The remarks highlight the sheer variety of issues the Democrats are hoping to address after two years in the House minority – and foreshadow the degree of pressure a reelected Obama would be under to satisfy his allies after a bruising campaign season.
The quotations also suggest some rising confidence among Democrats.
Bottom Line: Sending President Obama back into the White House will not result in a win for America. If he could not fix the Bush problems, he can not fix the Obama problems which are triple those of Bush’s.