Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist and Patriot.
I will state without equivocation that there has never been a bigger failure in U.S. History as the current occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue that Barack Hussein Obama/
What has he done that has been remotely right? But let’s not forget he was groomed for many years by the true power brokers to be put in his current position with an ignorant electorate and a dutiful media singing his song.
Romney and Ryan will be a formidable team to beat. If the power brokers deem Obama to now be a useless idiot he will not win. If they want him around he will.
One other factor is out there, and out right theft of the election. Should that happen, it will be the tipping point to a very bloody war, our second revolutionary war, and one he will not win.
I like our odds, I’m J.C. and I approve this message. Thanks Ironic Surrealism.
H.T. to Ironic Surrealism
Obama Fail visual aids:
National Debt rose from 9 trillion to 15.5 trillion under Obama
Via PJ Media’s Roger Kimball here and here.
But wait, there’s more!
Revisiting a couple Obama damning charts previously posted at Ironic Surrealism:
Skyrocketing gas prices under Obama
Obama Recovery? What Obama Recovery?
Two more charts via the NY Times (more at link):
Across the country, in almost every demographic, Americans earn less today than they did in June 2009, when the [Obama]recovery technically started.
“Since the so-called recovery began in June 2009, the median household income has fallen by 4.8 percent. That’s more than it fell during the recession (2.6 percent). “Almost every group is worse off than it was three years ago.”
- Obama 2010: Raising Taxes Would Lead To “Folks Potentially Losing Jobs”
- The Failed Stimulus Promise That Became An Obama Punch Line
- Recovery? What Recovery? The So-Called Recovery In One Dismal Chart
- Obama 2004: Bush’s 310,000 Jobs & 5.6% Unemployment Rate Not Good Enough’ [Video]
- Rush Rant: Obama Pretends to Care About the Middle Class but Lives Like a King at the Public Trough [Audio]
Wall Street Journal
There are a number of reasons to want Congressman Allen West to lead our country. Among the his is an intelligent man of principle and refuses to go for the well documented hoax of CO2 induced climate change
. As Newt has pointed out, when we get rid of this guy, we will have gasoline prices back to around $2.50 per gallon.
Gas prices are really high. Newt Gingrich, in fact, has turned his struggling campaign into a referendum on President Barack Obama’s inability to control soaring prices at the pump. But he’s not the only one who speciously believes the president single-handedly controls how much you pay for petrol.
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.
Outspoken, oft-outraged congressman Allen West (R-FL) took to Facebook on Thursday to eviscerate the president over his most recent fill-up. You see, Rep. West paid $70 at the pump for gas, which is absolutely insane considering he drives such a fuel-efficient as a … wait, does that say Hummer H3?
West’s Hummer (via Broward Palm Beach New Times via BuzzFeed)
Uh huh. The Party of Personal Liberty and Freedom is unwavering in its belief that freedom and liberty shouldn’t come with consequences. You want to buy a vehicle that gets 15 miles per gallon to fill a 23-gallon tank? Great! But don’t come crying when it costs $70 to fill the tank, man. The equation is simple for guys like West: FREEDOM + CHOICE – CONSEQUENCES = OBAMA SUX.
Smithfield, North Carolina Police May Ignore ‘911’ Calls If Not Provided More Gas Money
In one North Carolina town, some residents may not get an answer to their 911 calls because the police are running out of gas money.
In a town council meeting Tuesday night, Smithfield, North Carolina Police Chief Michael Scott will ask officials to let him use $30,000 meant for office supplies to buy gas for patrol cars, the Raleigh News and Observer reports.
If he doesn’t get the money, Smith said the police force may stop responding to some 911 calls and investigating misdemeanors because he’s already cut patrols.
Smithfield isn’t the only town looking for ways to cut costs to contend with budget woes. High unemployment and a struggling housing market have pushed more than half of U.S. cities to cut staff, boost fees or cancel infrastructure projects, according to the National League of Cities.