In 1928 the Democrats ran a governor from New York named Al Smith against Herbert Hoover. Smith lost but still became famous for his line “Let’s take a look at the record.”
In a tribute to Smith, let’s take a look at another famous Democrat named Obama and his record. As you review that record, do you get the feeling that Nixon was an angel compared to Obama? Nixon had Watergate which caused his resignation. Obama has a laundry list that fortunately even the Democrats are starting to recognize.
“I know nothing, I am not here, I did not
even get up this morning!”
When will proceedings against him finally start? Will Verizon finally wake up this country about this guy? Two good indications are that he is losing some major supporters who have championed him from the beginning: The New York Times and the Huffington Post although the Times, who initially stated that Obama’s government “has lost all credibility” has chickened out and revised its statement to add “on this issue”. The liberal Huffington Post says “Obama, Verizon, and Executive Power Run Amok”.
With that said, let’s briefly “take a look at the record” via a brief overview. No sense going into details as you readers and I have been discussing this stuff for a sufficient amount of time to understand each point. It’s just that with a laundry list this long, will anything happen or will guys like Holder and Obama continue to get away with their Sergeant Schultz imitation: “I know nothing, I am not here, I did not even get up this morning!”
1. Fast and Furious
2. AP wire taps
3. IRS scandal
6. National Labor Relations Board illegal appointments
7. Sibelius and her HHS trying to illegally solicit funds for Obamacare
Nixon breaks into one office and he is kicked out. It seems mild compared to the above list. As Yakov Smirnoff would say: “What a country!”
By the way; you had to dig a bit this week to find the unemployment numbers for May. That could only mean one thing: they went up. Bingo! Sure enough, up .1 to 7.6 from 7.5 last month. It’s meaningless since the real unemployment is over 13% but interesting in how the news is conveyed in such a partial manner.