‘Twould indeed be shorter and more efficient to list the things in which the Obamaloon was not a failure.
That list can be summarized by two words: Null Set.
Bachmann is leading the way. So far she has my vote.
Michele, please say it again in Spanish so I can literally watch Ed Schultz’ head explode
Sometimes her wording feels a little clunky to me but she says a lot of things that need to be said and that no one else will say.
President Trainwreck has also failed the Asian and Caucasian American communities. He has failed the millions of "Millionaires and Billionaires". He is an equal opportunity failure.
He has, to his credit, been a good golfer and knows the game of basketball inside out.
Thank you MB for “speaking truth to power.” Credit where due and you deserve it for putting this out there.
Now about the RINO attack dog. Can we please get a word from you on that? Appreciate the above, but this cloud will hang over your head until you give the base some answers. Ignoring the Ed-RINO in the room will NOT it, or us, go away.
“Somebody needed to say it.”
I wish our side wouldn’t stoop to pandering to all the ethnic and interest groups that is balkanizing our country.
When we do so we just trap ourselves in the left’s narrative. It opens ourselves up to the obvious comeback question: “What are you going to do for the blacks?” Or the hispanics? Or the gays?
He has failed all the citizens of this country, he has failed the country and its values! We need to market our world view and not adopt theirs, or we’ll never win.
African-American unemployment at 16 percent
Sounds like politics as usual, you know, divide and conquer, also known as pandering. Sorry Michell, but Obama has failed America. There is no way this country is going to get fixed if we keep repeating the same things that destroyed it.
I’m sick and bloody tired of the ‘’African =American community’’ and the “Hispanic community’’ and whatever damned ‘’community’’ it is. Are we Americans and a sovereign nation or are we a f’ing boarding house? I’m so sick of this having to appeal to a dozen different ‘’communities’’.
“African-American community...” I hate it when people refer to “hyphenated” groups of people. Either they’re Africans or they’re Americans. How about “the black community”. As long as groups are hyphenated, they’re not truly Americans.