Since first being inaugurated, President Barack Obama has been President of the United States for over five years and we are still waiting for the man to finally assume the office.
How much longer will this situation continue?
And I am not talking about the Oval Office itself.
Obama and his minions have already firmly entrenched themselves in that historic room of the White House, feeling so much at home they feel it’s okay to put their dirty feet up on the desk, in an office that Ronald Reagan respected so much, he wouldn’t even remove his suit coat.
How much longer must we wait for Obama to assume the position?
Obama exercises—or more precisely, abuses—the power of his office, by bragging about having a pen, which he will use to scratch out portions of the Constitution with which he disagrees or believes might limit his power.
Obama enjoys the perks of his office, spending millions of taxpayer dollars to fly him and his wife, on separate flights, to plush vacation spots like Hawaii or the Hamptons.
But despite assuming the power and the perks, Obama accepts none of the responsibility of his office.
For over five years now, we have been subjected to a never-ending series of administration excuses for the economy, most of those blaming George W. Bush for Obama’s economic and social policies, which have guaranteed that we won’t experience a Recovery of any kind.
Despite Obama’s grand “stimulus” scheme, which was supposed to create jobs and drastically cut unemployment, America is still struggling with massive job losses, a condition that would have our national media constantly howling in both fear and anger if a Republican was sitting in the White House.
But according to Lord Obama, “it’s Bush’s fault.”
However, in the state of Texas, Gov. Rick Perry was also the inheritor of a George W. Bush economy, a place which is one of the most economically-vibrant states in the Union.
Perhaps Obama can explain that one to the fools who routinely swallow his excuses.
How much longer is America going to stand for this idea that Obama isn’t in any way responsible for America’s second-worst depression.
“There’s no doubt that there’s some folks who just really dislike me because they don’t like the idea of a black president,” Obama said in the article by David Remnick, appearing in the January 27th edition of the New Yorker.
Now, on top of everything else, Little Barack, the most powerful man in the world, is going to play the race and victim card.
Isn’t that nice!
Twice, America elected a black man to its highest elective office, but apparently, we are all still “racists” whenever we fail to follow whatever Marxist policy he’s seeking to institute this week.
These many years after the Civil Rights movement, America has proven that it’s advanced beyond slavery and discrimination, yet the country’s greatest illustration of that fact now wants to throw mud on many of the same people who elected him.
It’s bad enough that Obama hasn’t ever assumed the responsibilities of his office, but it’s even worse when his comments serve to demean it.
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