Obama, Not our President…

Obama has been less of a President than a tax-payer money waster.  I expect those who still expect the change that he offered in 2008, to vote for him.  I also expect the change of his underwear to be the only change that he makes as he proceeds into his second term as non-President.  The minute that George Bush left office, it was time for Obama to begin doing his job.  He was on television, wasting our time for the first year and a half.  He was on television so much that I thought that the cameras were going to continue filming him sitting on the toilet (thank goodness that we don’t have smell-o-vision.  Just before his first two years were up, he pushed through a social healthcare initiative that is supposedly 10,000 pages long and has scary additions hidden within the language of it.  Not only is social medical going to need to be taxed, but if you want to fix the medical failures, you CANNOT have insurance AND taxes to pay for it.  You’ve just automatically doubled the cost for half the benefit.  Since then, Obama has put down our country in front of other nations leaders, and tried to make enemies of our friends.  He and his wife have no respect for our nation or the flag, and is spending us into complete failure.  The last six months have been nothing but campaigning for himself which includes denying meetings with world leaders so that he and his wife could be on the View.  His wife has gone on vacation, even outside of the United States without her husband and waste Millions of tax payer dollars to go shopping.  Every penny should have come out of his pocket, including the fuel, security and all other costs associated with those trips.  Also, Air Force Two is for the use of the President and the Vice President, not the First Ladies own private tours of the world.  Notice that I don’t call Obama ‘President’ or ‘Commander in Chief’ and I don’t call her the ‘First Lady’ because I have Zero respect for either of them or what they’ve done, or even should have tried to do for our nation. 

Another issue, Obama’s Czars are against the things that our country stands for and need to be eliminated.  I wish that their wages were not paid for by the taxpayers because they are not worth having them scrub the nations toilets.  Also, Sotomayor isn’t qualified to be the judge of a pie eating contest, let alone a Supreme Court Justice.  I tried to find those that voted for her, but those failures have hidden their identity from the people of our once free nation.  If you think that things are bad now, just wait for the complete collapse of our nation within the next four years when, either China tries to take over our country because it has been used as collateral for the loans, or the radical Muslims that we let in everyday will start killing us off, and we won’t be allowed to do anything about it.  Obama is a Radical Muslim Sympathizer if you haven’t noticed, and he will make sure that Israel falls if the United States doesn’t fail first. 

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14 Responses to Obama, Not our President…

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  2. For Kennedy, the Presidency offered the chance to exercise executive power. After serving three terms as a congressman, he said, “We were just worms in the House—nobody paid much attention to us nationally.” His seven years in the Senate didn’t suit him much better. When he explained in a 1960 tape recording why he was running for president, he described a senator’s life as less satisfying than that of a chief executive, who could nullify a legislator’s hard-fought and possibly long-term initiative with a stroke of the pen. Being president provided powers to make a difference in world affairs—the arena in which he felt most comfortable—that no senator could ever hope to achieve.

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  3. After John Hancock, the next president who had a great role on the Office of the Presidency; perhaps the greatest role as President of the United States is President John Hanson. President Hanson was the ninth president of the United States; but the first to be elected under our first constitution or The Articles of Confederation; he was also the first president to make the office a truly federal position. President Hanson was not simply a chairman to congress, he made the office much more what it is today and he was the President who was in power when the American Revolution ended. He was the president who normalized diplomatic relations with other countries and founded the Department of Foriegn Affairs; he also founded the United States Mint; United States Treasury Department, and Department of War which is now the Department of Defense. Many of the offices of the current Federal Government started under President Hanson and he was the to make the United States a soveriegn nation by ordering all foriegn troops out of our country, thus establishing full independence and not being under occupation by another European power. President Hanson was the first president to make the office of the presidency a position of being considered a head of state and the world had to respect that office. President Obama, becoming president will be taking a diplomatic title that is noticed and respected around the world and the seal of the United States which he will use came into being during the President Hanson’s administration. Obama will have a job respected around the world that started when Hanson took those first early federal steps.

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  4. The language found in some treaties, like those with NATO and the United Nations, may also be used by presidents to declare war without congressional approval. President George W. Bush’s decision to launch an attack on Afghanistan was supported by the charters of the U.N. and NATO, both of which the United States is formally bound to, which allow for retaliation by a nation that’s been attacked.

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  5. Yet Osama bin Laden avoided capture and escaped across the Afghan border into Pakistan. Meanwhile, al Qaeda continued to operate from along that border and operate through its affiliates across the world.

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  6. The Supreme Court has never held that the president has such powers. As president, I will follow existing law, and when it comes to U.S. citizens and residents, I will only authorize surveillance for national security purposes consistent with FISA and other federal statutes.

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    • rossmeister says:

      If the power that you are referring to is doing the job that he was voted for, then it doesn’t take the Supreme Court to dictate that he should do it. ‘We The People’ (not me specifically) voted him into his position to do a job, and as his superiors (the voters), he WORKS for us. If he chooses not to do the assigned task, he should get out of the office or be fired for not doing his job as assigned (without pay or benefits).

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  7. Erin Shields says:

    presidency of the United States of America, chief executive office of the United States. In contrast to many countries with parliamentary forms of government, where the office of president , or head of state , is mainly ceremonial, in the United States the president is vested with great authority and is arguably the most powerful elected official in the world. The nation’s founders originally intended the presidency to be a narrowly restricted institution. They distrusted executive authority because their experience with colonial governors had taught them that executive power was inimical to liberty, because they felt betrayed by the actions of George III , the king of Great Britain and Ireland, and because they considered a strong executive incompatible with the republicanism embraced in the Declaration of Independence (1776). Accordingly, their revolutionary state constitutions provided for only nominal executive branches, and the Articles of Confederation (1781–89), the first “national” constitution, established no executive branch. For coverage of the 2012 election, see United States Presidential Election of 2012 .

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  8. Eli L. Wade says:

    The Obama camp knows it has only a so-so case to make, at best, that the president’s performance on the economy qualifies him for a second term. So the White House and Obama’s Chicago-based campaign staff is preparing a well-thought-out effort to cast him as the most impressive Democratic president on national security in decades, perhaps since John F. Kennedy, National Journal has learned.

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    • rossmeister says:

      I don’t even think that the Obama camp went as high as a poorly laid-out effort. If the Republicans didn’t have a failure, that Obama’s presidency followed very closely, if not exactly, through their actions, the Republicans may have had some kind of a chance (as long as they made promises to the slugs on our society to drag them over to the right as Obama has done to swing them to the left). The only other way that they would have had a chance is to have an actual ‘Black’ person run for office instead of the 6% Black Obama and 44% radical Muslim (Middle Easterners are considered Caucasian) and 50% White.

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  10. We have taken these positions because we believe that freedom and self-determination are not unique to one culture. These are not simply American values or Western values — they are universal values. And even as there will be huge challenges to come with a transition to democracy, I am convinced that ultimately government of the people, by the people, and for the people is more likely to bring about the stability, prosperity, and individual opportunity that serve as a basis for peace in our world.

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    • rossmeister says:

      The greed within the United States Government has taken away ‘of the people, by the people, and for the people’ and has turned it into ‘of mine, by mine, for mine, to hell with the rest’. Don’t be fooled by some extreme wishes that won’t happen, and beware of another country (Ours) taken by someone believed to be a good orator (Obama isn’t any better at speaking than Biden if you listen carefully) that will take over our nation if we continue to live in La-La-Land, the same as Adolph Hitler did 70 odd years ago. If we pay attention and try to secure our nation from our politicians, and I am wrong about this, we will become a better nation. If I’m right, with an overabundance of space-cadets and people trying to hang on to their excesses, Our nation will collapse within five years. Watch out for the elimination of Religious Freedom (Even the Atheists need this to maintain their status as Atheists), The Right to Bear Arms (no guns, no defense), Freedom of Speech, and all of our other rights under the Constitution that are slowly being eliminated with our help as mindless wanderers. When our rights have been destroyed, our Nation will have been destroyed and the free world will be in serious trouble. PAY ATTENTION IF YOU WANT TO BE VIGILANT AND TO SAVE OUR COUNTRY. DO NOT BE A SHEEP THAT BELIEVES THAT EVERYTHING WILL BE OK BECAUSE WITHOUT PAYING ATTENTION AND FIGHTING FOR OUR RIGHTS NOW WE WILL LOSE EVERYTHING (including private cell phone, internet, conversations…and we may even lose the ability to own any of the technology that we currently own).

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