"Pale-stuck-on-George Bush like an endlessly repetitive, skipping phonograph record" stated,----"the last Republican --we seen-- in the White House, was a total disater for America and the World." So says Pale.The last Republican we seen in the White House, was a total disater for America and the World. A war started because of Daddy, it wasn't WMD.
Pale likes to talk about Bush to distract from the ongoing disaster that we have in the White House now.......even though Bush (a great Man) has been out of the picture for over three years and five months.
That's okay -- to each his own thing. That's hers.
I, however , prefer to talk about the incompetent empty suit that resides in the White House now.
Since this is now, and he's there now, and he's in charge now, it seems more relevent to todays events than talking about the guy who's there now than talking about someone whos been gone going on four years.
Dick Moriis had a great article today about President-in-over-his-head. See it below:
Obama’s Failed Presidency
By Dick Morris
Particularly if the Supreme Court invalidates the individual mandate at the heart of the ObamaCare law, this president’s tenure is increasingly going to be seen as an unmitigated failure.
The economy is in a shambles and getting worse. The national debt is bloated. The stimulus didn’t work.
His healthcare reform law, his signature program, might be unconstitutional.
He tied the nation up for a year and a half, and lost his party’s House majority and much of its margin in the Senate, to pass and defend a law that was so poorly written, it could get thrown out by the court.
He might be cited for contempt of Congress.
He hasn’t delivered on his environmental commitments. Cap-and-trade is a dead letter.
Gov. Scott Walker’s victory in Wisconsin makes a mockery of Obama’s pledge to strengthen organized labor during his term.
American popularity around the globe is lower than it was under Bush, and both Iran and North Korea are more threatening.
(I think this is worth repeating): "American popularity around the globe is lower than it was under Bush".
Read the rest of the story here: