Sunday, December 2, 2012

Who’s He Going To Blame Now?

When President Obama takes his oath of office as the next president in Jauary, who is he going to blame for the lousy economy he was left with by the previous president?

After four years as president, will Obama be able to avoid taking responsibility for an economy stuck in neutral or will he still be blaming his predecessor, George Bush?

Being as arrogant and narcissistic as he is, I can envision that he will try to govern the same way he did during his first term, an attitude of “my way or the highway”. That type of governance is not conducive to getting things done for the good of the country. He doesn’t have a mandate, as he only got 51% of the vote, that means that almost one-half of the country didn’t agree with him or his policies. Yes, elections do have consequences, but a good leader tries to bring consensus among the rival parties. He does not seem to understand that you get more cooperation for getting what you want with honey rather than with vinegar.

The voters sent back to the Congress a majority of Republicans, hopefully to put a restraint on the Marxist/Socialist policies that is most likely going to be pushed by President Obama in his second term. You could say that this is going to be the “last line of defense” against the “transformative” policies of the Obama Administration.

It was amazing that President Obama was able to pull victory out of the jaws of defeat, by convincing the majority of voters that social issues were more important than the “bread and butter” issues of getting jobs and revitalizing our economy. Most likely the voters will regret their perfidy as our wounded economy doesn’t make a comeback like it should.

Eventually, President Obama is going to run out of scapegoats, especially George Bush, and he’ll have to face the fact that he has no one else to blame but himself.

But, being the narcissist that he is, he will try to blame someone or something else for his failed policies - as he is incapable of making a mistake, in his mind. And as for the voters, it is now too late to undo the mistake of re-electing him for four more years, we must now support the opposition of Obama’s policies and hope we can mitigate the damage he will try to do in these very fateful next four years.

God bless the U.S.A.

Conservative commentary by Chuck Lehmann

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Stephen Austin said...

Can you believe this numbnut in the White House? He's telling us to live within our income, even if we have to borrow money to do so. How could half the electorate re-elect this incompetent "genius" for another 4 years? I guess we should never underestimate the stupidity of the American people.

James J. Pirretti said...

He will always blame George Bush. The Dems ten years from now will still blame Bush. And the idiots in the MSM will agree.