Carl in Jerusalem sums up Obama's latest ridiculous remarks (below) quite nicely. Keep in mind that Obama never hesitates to congratulate himself for what he considers "a job well done". It is nice to see that one of his comments mentions a time "to focus on nation building" and "economic issues" - here in America!
Would someone please explain to America what the heck he's been doing since elected, if not focusing on the economic issues in America?! What was that Stimulus bill for, if not to help America's economy? The loans and trillions of dollars deeper in debt to China? Sure, there were MILLIONS of DOLLARS wasted on world-wide vacations and golf trips by the Obama family; the lavish shopping trips by Michele, where in one trip alone she spent over $50,000 just on underwear (OMG! You would think she would have one of her
servants staff members use a washing machine instead of throwing clothes out after one use!); and all the other wasted monies spent to keep the Obama family "happy" while running this country into the ground.
I have a medal I'd like to pin on Obama - it would say, "Worse President", but that is the kindest medal I can think of, because there are other slogans I will refrain from saying here, just to keep my blog from disappearing suddenly. The Gateway Pundit has an article you might enjoy:
Worst. President. Ever.
Worst. President. Ever.
Monday, May 07, 2012
President Barack Obama said his goal of defeating al-Qaeda is within reach and that it's time to turn the country's attention to domestic concerns.If only he had won the war.... What could go wrong?
Just four days after his trip to Afghanistan, Obama said that money saved from ending the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan should help pay down the national debt and go to health care, education and infrastructure.
"After more than a decade of war, it is time to focus on nation-building here at home," he said in his weekly radio and Internet address Saturday.
The president took note of the agreement he signed with Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Tuesday that shifts security to the Afghan people. He reminded the American public, once again, of the military raid that killed Osama bin Laden a year ago.
But he said the nation now should concentrate on economic issues such as tax disparities and government spending. Without mentioning Republicans, he cast the rival party's view as one that promotes more tax cuts for millionaires while cutting the spending "that built a strong middle class."
"That's why I've called on Congress to take the money we're no longer spending at war, use half of it to pay down our debt and use the other half to rebuild America," he said.
posted by Carl in Jerusalem @ 1:52 AM