gjb5528 Wrote:
Aug 28, 2013 2:29 PM
What we have in this president is nothing more than a charleton, a hypocrite and a compulsive liar, how this man got elected can be credited to the stupidity of the uninformed voter who never asked questions or wanted to know who he really was. He was a common street organizer and agitator, and is still practicing his past trade. This president has signed more executive orders than any president in the history of the United States and why is he allowed to do this? Well we have 535 elected officials sitting in Congress taking up space time, making outlandish salaries, pensions and all the graft they can get from lobbyists, in light of this I have a few questions I would like somebody to enlighten me about. First why do we need a do-nothing Congress when the little general in the oval office makes his own rules and regulations and by passes Congress anyway. Did the framers of the Constitution allow for this kind of over riding both houses of Congress? I don't think so, our forefathers were very intelligent men and would cringe at the way this president is governing this country. I imagine that somewhere along the line executive orders were established by some kind of an amendment, and if past history tells us anything about Congress that amendment would have been hidden in a spending bill somewhere and would be glossed over. This president has continually destroyed jobs in the Coal, Gas and Oil business by stopping drilling because the brain dead people that are running one of the most abusive departments of government the EPA, this department is useless and should be eliminated, along with the Farm subsidies. He has given billions to Solar Panel manufacturers all of which have gone bankrupt, so where has the money gone? He sends money to radicals and for what reason? This president stood in front of the American people and promised Change and Hope, and so far all we have gotten is the same old, same old political hypocritical rhetoric and Despair The Black population voted for him around 98% if I were Black I would have also voted for him,but he hasn't done anything outstanding for them, in fact their unemployment is about 16% that is unacceptable in a country that is rich in valuable resources, the only thing that will come of their loyalty in the future will be to insure that a Black man may never be elected again after he is gone or impeached, but the latter of the two solutions will probably never happen especially with the make up of the Senate.