reply to post by jam321
good points, jam.
To get elected, Obama had to tell the greatest list of lies anyone has ever told.
I laughed my ass off at this young guy who was able to vote for his very first time in the Presidential elections, and was bemoaning the fact that
"this isn't what I voted for! This isn't even CLOSE to what I voted for!"
Yep. A ton of folks are regretting that they too, believed a lot of his slick-talking BS and outright lies and misrepresentations.
Liberal President, vast majority in House and Senate, and he's still selling this turd called - wait - what's he calling it this week?
Lincoln started the Constitutional crisis we still suffer from today, by subverting the Tenth Amendment, and died suddenly of lead poisoning.
I recall President Salvador Allende after he nationalized banking, copper mining and health care in Chile, resulting in a wrecked economy, and died
during a coup. Lead poisoning, I recall.
OOOhhh. I also remember President Nicolae Ceausescu, who ruled for 25 years, but the last fifteen as President of Rumania. He had pissed off many of
his countrymen, men who were Rumanian patriots, and his Christmas Day was anything but pleasant. Another case of terminal lead poisoning. And his
Kennedy pissed off the wrong people with Executive Order 11110, and of course the Cubans, Mafia, Military, CIA, and others were utilized in an
"engineered purpose" to effect the outcome.
The general rule of thumb is "don't piss off the wrong people, and for certain, don't piss off too many people."
I believe it's safe to say that Obama has already done so.
I will be amazed if there is not another "event" that occurs which causes a change in the Executive office.
Could just be an accident.
Or a crazed, lone nut.
[edit on 11-9-2009 by dooper]