Where is the Obama job plan for 2012 taking the country?
How will the country withstand another year of Obama's plan to destroy the private sector middle class and to increase the poverty rate for the poor? The Senate has 24 jobs bills approved by the House waiting too be voted on.The President's leadership ability is in question when the Senate is allowed to delay actions on jobs bills.
In my opinion, it’s taking us exactly where it is intended to take us which is right down the toilet. He is constantly bypassing Congress which is in direct opposition of the principals of our entire system of government. He has repeatedly apologized for us merely existing on a global scale. He announced plans to drastically cut the military budget at a time when that of all things needs to be strong. He printed copious amounts of money knowing it would further weaken the dollar. He passed and still backs a forced healthcare plan that 70% of the country vehemently opposes. How can anything he has done, other than the empty promises he uttered, have been done with the best interest of our nation in mind? If one is to answer honestly, it can’t.
Yes, his words typically sound good on the surface. He says he’s a champion of the poor and is touting class warfare. Funny, he’s rich. He says he wants to unite us all yet his party has been connected with the origination and funding for the Occupy Movement, obviously divisive. You ask where will the country be at the end of a year. The answer is it won’t be and how can we not wonder, at the least, if that was not the goal all along?
Job Plan? He has one? If he does, I'd venture to say it will take us to hell in a hand basket just as his past policies have.
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