[[If we win in 2014, Obama is a lame duck for the second half of his second term.]]
Don’t count on winning- America spokel oud and clear htis last election- they want freebies and don’t want to have to work to get them- and htey voted democrat- I’ll never as long as I live forget the news itnerview with hte black woman who was asked why she voted for obeemer- she said somethign along the lines of “So I ccan get me some of that obeemer money” and when asked where she thought that ‘obemmeer money’ was goign to come from she just shrugged and said ‘It’s free” with a big crap eatign grin on her face
I knew right hten this coutnry had taken an irreversible turn for hte worse as America spoke loud and clear that the majority now thin kthe same way that woman does-
It is rather disheartening to realize that Obama and his ilk can't be stopped until they run out of other people's money.
But that point is fast approaching. I see many situations that aren't going to go the way liberals are hoping.
One is that a lot of fence-sitting people who stayed away from the polls will be losing their jobs, their life savings, and any prospect of a future as long as liberals remain in charge.
Most young people today, if you ask them, have no expectation of ever receiving a benefit from Social Security. Within ten years I predict that a majority of Americans will be on board with phasing out this program, probably over the course of two decades, never to be tried again.
The bogeyman of Global Warming is quickly loses its ability to motivate. In a few years, if the sunspot cycle cooperates, there is going to be a tremendous backlash against a whole lot of green stuff. Al Gore will be a laughing stock even greater than he is now.
Rising food prices are going to re-align the thinking of many people who have to work to purchase their own food. When they realize how the productivity of the central valley of Kalifornia has been sacrificed for a fish that hardly anyone can identify, they will want changes made.
It is true that there will be much pain and suffering along the way, but the tipping point is much nearer than many people think.