Skip to comments.Obama the Destroyer
Posted on 07/30/2010 8:51:02 AM PDT by Michael Zak
After the polls closed on election night 2008, I was answering the phone at the McCain/Palin national campaign office. A woman called to say she was now glad to have a terminal disease because [she] won't live to see how Obama will destroy this great country. The pain and rage and sorrow in her voice came through loud and clear.
Ma'am, whoever and wherever you are, I salute you.
"Believed the stuff about change." he said.
God bless this woman, whatever her mortal state. Her words describe the living misery that people who care about the US feel daily.
We must take the country back, while there's a country left to take back.
Bad as hes done the U.S. is better off (but just slightly) with President Obama, than we would have been with President McCain. McCain wouldve bent over backwards to make the Dems like” him he may well have allowed a version of the healthcare crap to pass, top be bipartisan. To give him his due, he may have vetoed some bad stuff, but he and GOP would be blamed for the continuing recession, and there would be no chance for many GOP gains come November.
The real sadness is every president is given an opportunity to lead and Obama has failed already in his chance, he may get re-elected but it dont matter. With large majorities in Congress who needs to listen to the people? His campaign promises convinced a lotta folks disillusioned with Bush43,(and voted such in 04) to give change a try. They approved of a small tilt left in 2008. But we got a damn the torpedoes full court press of centralized academic socialist theory. An economic plan that works great at Harvard, but never in the real world!
What I am trying to say is, we are in some deep s,er stuff.
I just don't know about that one. Who knows who McCain would have put in as advisors? I guess it is sad that we would even debate whether a 'Republican' would have been as bad or worse than this guy. What a sad, sick state of affairs.
I do think that McCain would not have started his term by apologizing to the world on behalf of the US. Many of us have family that fought for this country - this was demoralizing. Obama does not like the United States.
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