Skip to comments.NYT: Obama Should Resign So We Can Get To Work And Fix The Economy!
Posted on 08/11/2011 5:14:34 PM PDT by PROCON
Actually, that was the position of New York Times columnist Gail Collins in November 2008 concerning President George W. Bush. The economic situation was so bad, she wanted Bush to resign and step aside so that the economic problems could be fixed. But take her article, switch a few words, and her analysis is even more applicable today. Here you go:
(Excerpt) Read more at bigpeace.com ...
Thanksgiving Labor Day is next week soon, and President Bush Obama could make it a really special holiday by resigning.
Seriously. We have an economy thats crashing and a vacuum at the top.
Bush Obama who is currently on a trip to Peru to meet with Asian leaders who no longer care what he thinks busy partying and raising campaign cash hasnt got the clout, or possibly even the energy, to do anything useful.
His most recent contribution to resolving the fiscal crisis was lecturing
representatives of the worlds most important economies on the glories of free-market capitalism the American people about how none of this was his fault.
Read all at the link.
While they go to work they let him fly around holding fundraisers with entertainers and he is happy, but loses the next election, anyway.
I have this recurring dream that a group of
wise and powerful Americans US Navy Seals march break the doors down of into the White House and tell arrest Obama to stand down for High Crimes against the US Government, while they get the country and the military back on track. While they go to work they let him fly around holding fundraisers with entertainers and he is happy, put him a dark prison cell at Fort Leavenworth awaiting trial. but loses the next election, anyway.
And America lives happily ever after...THE END!
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