By all means. The President of The United States is right there next to Karl Marx when it comes to protecting American freedoms and the American people. He holds steadfast to Constitutional restraint and to the principle of the separation of powers. I have never seen an American President with such resolve, such passion to instill in the people a sense of pride and love of country. Why, just recently he honored a deserter; in the Rose Garden no less. Not since Benedict Arnold, a decorated war hero, have we had such a demonstration of American patriotism and devotion.
Now, I ask you, who else would return five top level enemy commanders, back to the enemy in a time of war? What compassion. Now, some mind you would consider this an act of treason, but they obviously do not have the overall picture, as does Congress.
What other President would insist that every American has health insurance, at an increased cost, mostly at the expense of other Americans and with higher premiums and, did I mention less quality.
Then, of course, we have the VA a prime example of government caring and sharing, not to mention the inclusiveness of the idea of incompetence for everyone.
Now, as a Vietnam vet I can really appreciate this one; after subduing the enemy in Iraq at a staggering cost of blood and money we valiantly allow the entire region to be turned into strong hold for those who would destroy us; how protective can one be, I ask you?
Natanyahu, eat your heart out. The Israeli people must be saddened at the meager and half hearted response by their leader to protect them compared to what the American President has done to his people.
It is proof positive that democracy is the best form of government, how else could such a leader, a man of the people, one who does not lie, does not deceive be elected to the most powerful position in the world. Not since Adolph Hitler was elected in Germany has democracy, once again shown its true value. Promise them anything, give them poverty, submission, incompetence, corruption and an Obamaphone, food stamps and the alluring promise of equal poverty for all.
In hind sight, it is my deep regret that I did not vote for Obama. I voted for that evil capitalist pig who wrongly valued the American dream of achievement, of individual freedom, a sovereign nation that selfishly protects its borders, as one would protect his own house and family. How wrong I was.