Friday, January 8, 2010


If you've still been keeping up with my far too infrequent posting, you've probably noticed that I haven't been very critical of anything lately... and you know that's my specialty. Unfortunately, my judgmental side is just itching to come out again, so I will go ahead and set it free for a few minutes.

Now, I do realize that I am in the minority since I did not push the button next to Obama's name last November, but more and more people seem to be drifting to my side. After discovering the liberal ideology that has molded our president and still guides his every decision today, many Americans are realizing that his concept of what is good for the country is actually not very good for the country. In fact, his policies are being viewed in a negative light by more people every day. Have you seen the latest polls?

However, there do seem to still be a few stragglers out there tightly holding on to the exciting promises of "hope" and "change." You know who I'm talking about. Remember that Subara hatchback you were stopped by the other day with the Darwin, Obama, and "Free Tibet" stickers? Yeah, those people for sure!

Regardless of how awful the plans proposed by the Obama administration are repeatedly shown to be, some people still insist on making the appeal that we all "just give the man a chance." But after one sees the data and learns how bad his policies truly are, this would be like sitting around and giving 2+2 a chance to add up to 5.

Take his recent show of prowess in regards to the crucial task of combatting terrorism. After the failed bombing attempt on Christmas Day, Homeland Security Secretary Napolitano was quoted as saying, "the system worked." That's really funny considering the fact that Al Qaeda also considered this attempted attack a success. Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) boasts about the event since the attacker
managed to penetrate all devices and modern technology and security checkpoints in international airports... defying the large myth of American and international intelligence, and exposing how fragile they are, bringing their nose to the ground.
Apparently, the remarkable fortune of a malfunctioning explosive is this administration's favorite means to fight terrorism. Why can't they just realize that keeping an eye on Middle Eastern Muslims buying one-way flights with cash is a more effective method than strip searching grandmothers before a flight to Branson?

Another example would be his magnificent handling of the weakening economy. Although his original predictions told us the worst unemployment would possibly be is 8%, the most recent numbers have actually rolled into double digits. Apparently, he's presiding over the worst unemployment rate in our nation's history, and numbers haven't even approached that in over 25 years. And you thought Bush was bad?

Despite the overwhelming evidence of how horrible this presidency is now and will continue to be, some people are so blinded by... well, I don't even know what. Maybe it is still his ability to turn his head left and right while reading a screen and constantly stuttering. Maybe it's his glistening pectorals. Maybe some people are just plain fools! I'm going with the latter.

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