Just as he wants it to be

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor -

Re­mem­ber when Bill Clin­ton wouldn’t get out of bed be­fore check­ing the polls? Barack Obama makes Mr. Clin­ton look like an ama­teur. Mr. Obama doesn’t bother to show up un­less the polls go down. Most of his staff keep beat­ing him off of the golf course with a big stick to make him en­gage.

It’s said that he’s just calm, cool, and un­flap­pable; he’s pres­i­den­tial. Per­son­ally, I think he’s bored, dis­in­ter­ested and in­ca­pable of lead­ing; and that’s dere­lic­tion of duty. No leader calmly stands by and watches his coun­try burn. No leader does noth­ing as un­em­ploy­ment con­tin­ues to rise. No leader spends more while the coun­try goes fi­nan­cially belly up.

How de­grad­ing to have China lec­ture us that our spend­ing is out of con­trol; to have the S&P threaten to lower our credit rat­ing; and a pub­lic that keeps scream­ing “stop the spend­ing” and “we want our coun­try back”. Noth­ing seems to af­fect Barack Obama on any level.

You don’t sup­pose that he feels the need for divi­sion, de­pen­dence, chaos, con­fu­sion and fear be­fore he can ac­com­plish real Amer­i­can trans­for­ma­tion? Per­haps you stay calm when plans are ac­tu­ally on sched­ule with your agenda.

But Barack Obama doesn’t have the only set of keys to the Oval Of­fice. He has Richard Trumpka of the AFL-CIO, Andy Stern, for­mer head of the SEIU and now an eco­nomic ad­vi­sor. He has Ge­orge Soros and his bil­lions fun­neled into ev­ery so­cial­ist or­ga­ni­za­tion he can in­vent. He has the main­stream me­dia run­ning in­ter­fer­ence, and the Black Pan­thers as his in­tim­i­da­tion squad. Oh, and don’t for­get his for­mer em­ployer, ACORN.

This ad­min­is­tra­tion is per­haps the most rad­i­cal, con­vo­luted, de­struc­tive co-pres­i­dency this coun­try has ever seen. We have a man who has ded­i­cated him­self to a de­struc­tive agenda, chang­ing a nation to sat­isfy him­self and his cronies. He loves liv­ing large on our dime. What a sweet deal, this pres­i­dency. Ju­dith Osha Syra­cuse, In­di­ana

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