Michael Reagan

After 44 months in office, Obama is still trying to blame George W. Bush for the problems he inherited and hasn’t been able to solve.

My father didn’t spend his first three years whining about the mess Jimmy Carter left him. He rolled up his sleeves and went to work. He didn’t roll up his sleeves and put on a golf glove or practice his bowling skills.

Being president of the United States in a time of economic crisis means you don’t get to play golf more than 100 times. Being president means you have to go to work to fix the economy, not destroy it further.

Obama is a true disaster -- a failure, a flop. Saying his grade is “incomplete” implies that he’s got a good plan for the economy, but that he just needs four more years to put the finishing touches on it.

He doesn’t. He has no plan but the same old economic plan -- the one that hasn’t worked and never will.

Obama won’t change. And unless the American people follow Clint Eastwood’s advice and “let him go,” we may have no hope.

In the fall we’ll have a clear choice. Do we want to rehire an ex-community organizer with a record of failure? Or do we hire a businessman with a record of success? It’s a question we shouldn't even have to ask.

Michael Reagan

Michael Reagan, the eldest son of Ronald Reagan, is heard daily by over 5 million listeners via his nationally syndicated talk radio program, “The Michael Reagan Show.”