Wednesday, December 9, 2009



Unlike most republicans I am glad Obama was elected president. It seemed to go unnoticed that our country, morally, spiritually and politically was on a downward spiral.

I would like to say it was all the crazy socialists that run around masquerading as “progressive” voters; just another phrase for socialists/communists who has hijacked the Democratic Party. Out of all fairness I would be misleading to say the problems were all caused by democrats.

If we look back just a couple of elections we can remember President Clinton and what appears to be his perverted presidency. Our country accepted that as, “oh that’s just Bill”, even when there was clear evidence of a sexual assault, the voters denied that.

George Bush came in as our conservative president and started leading our country down the path of fiscal irresponsibility and over spending. He started losing support of the republicans who started turning independent, thinking why be a republican, and we don’t have any leadership.

Now we have the Chicago trained politician who is finishing the job of turning lies, misinformation and political corruptness into an action plan for his presidency and our country.

What is the difference? It is very simple; the American people are sick and tired of this and are now fighting back. I’m not involved in the tea party movement; but, I support it as a long overdue awakening, a rekindling of the American values and the very fabric of the American way of life. I expect my elected officials to have some kind of moral anchor and direction, it doesn’t have to be exactly like mine; but, something I can respect.

So thank you Obama for doing in 8 months that no other president has been able to do in more than 16 years; that is, awakening the American voter to take back our country from the politicians.

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