Sunday, January 1, 2017

Obamaism; The total collapse of a bad idea.

      Michael Goodwin, in a 2014 article at The New York Post delivered an advance summation of what we can now report as fact.

     (Following 8 years of running interference for an Emperor with no clothes) "the extraordinary pile-up of crises has turned the usual White House blame game into something more lethal: a shootout in a lifeboat." 

     The Obama Presidency began sinking on day one, but the American people were expected to have patience, giving this neophyte room to grow.  On-the-job-training, stumbling, tripping and falling at every turn.  But we were suppose to believe today's disaster was always someone else's fault.  For eight years, we were encouraged to believe,  this President was blameless. 

     In reality, perhaps Obamaism should be blamed for many, if not most national and worldwide calamity we are now witnessing and experiencing at the conclusion of 2016.  

     Many people around the world look to the President for guidance, and assurances that the United States has their backs.  Too many times during this Presidency, these same people have witnessed what can only be described as weakness, at times when a display of strength might have motivated them to overcome insurmountable obstacles. 

     And now that this mess has been created, the responsibility for cleaning it up will be passed along to our next President.  This time it should be all about walking-the-walk, and stuffing the talk-the-talk.

      In 20 days, a newly elected President will place his hand on the Holy Bible, raising the other and repeat an oath, solemnly swearing to faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of his ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States. 

     And with the dawning of a new year, we the people are hopeful that 2017 will see the beginning of real hope and change for, not only a confused and divided Nation, but also a World starving for direction and peace.

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