Monday, October 3, 2011

Obama Calls America "Soft"

Obama Embraces National Decline Narrative
"The way I think about it is, you know, this is a great, great country that had gotten a little soft and, you know, we didn't have that same competitive edge that we needed over the last couple of decades. We need to get back on track."

Do you remember when Vice President Joe Biden told a public radio station in Miami that while the state of the economy might be the fault of the previous Republican administration, the public is still understandably angry at the party in power for the dismal state of the economy?

His message to his interviewer and the liberal audience: Blaming Bush isn’t helping and is “not relevant” right now, so cut it out.

So we are the "soft" ones? The man whose hands have never seen labor is calling us "soft"? The man that has never created a job is calling us "soft". Obama has blamed everyone under the sun for this economy except himself. That is as soft as you can get. If we are soft it is this administrations fault, just ask Joe Biden.

resident. Our economy is soft, but 71% of Americans think Obama has done more damage then good.

You would have to be a total idiot to vote for a man that calls our great nation "soft".

I'd like to know where the liberal leader, aka Obama, stands on the liberal riots and violence. These rioters are supporters of Obama. He needs to stop being soft and confront his troops. Instead of calling America "soft" he should be calling out the lawless mobs of liberals causing havoc around the country now.

Obama needs to act strong and tell the protesters to adhere to the laws and be civil. It's high time Obama start acting like a leader and do what is in the best interest of this country he calls "soft".

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  1. Civil rights activist and former presidential candidate Jesse Jackson warns that the American economy resembles nothing so much as the Titanic, and if President Obama and Congress doesn't do something soon, America's streets could easily explode in civil unrest.

    Jackson warned in a Newsmax interview that New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg might have a point when he predicted rioting on the streets.

    “There is real tension in the streets because people are becoming so desperate,” he said. “We’re really on the edge of an explosion.”

    New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg stated that he’s worried that American young people will begin to riot in our streets because of their unemployment.

    While the mayor and I disagree on most things, he might be onto to something here.

    I recently opined that I couldn’t figure out why America’s young people were not already rioting because of the stacks of debt being foisted on their backs by a government that would rather borrow and spend than live within its means.

    Young people are starting to figure out that our president conned them in the last election, claiming that he could fix everything, make the world safer, create jobs, provide for everybody, redistribute earnings, coddle the unemployed, etc. With many college graduates having to move back in with their parents, young people are beginning to understand that the president’s policies are anathema to job creation in the private sector.


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