Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Lessons in Failure

Rush Limbaugh has stated that he hopes President Obama fails…
If Rush were to have his way, the President, obviously, would take lessons from the Republicans.

3 comments:

Ananiah said...

Let's review the first two months thus far. Obama has given the British Prime Minister region 1 DVD's that won't play in Britain, he addressed a letter to Jacque Chirac when Nicolas Sarkozy has been president in France for several years now. In both cases he insulted our two best allies, meanwhile he sends love videos to Iran, capitulates to the Russians and generally "cannot fake an interest in foreign policy", which is what one of his advisors said. He has quadrupled the Bush record deficits, he has hamstrung charities by greatly reducing the deduction for charitable contributions. Even liberal charities are having a hard time with this one. He released the guy who planned the USS Cole bombing. Nearly every cabinet nominee has had to withdraw over shady dealings and tax evasion, or was confirmed under a cloud like Tim Geithner. The stock market is less than half of its previous high under Bush, GDP continues to shrink, and Obama rationalizes his spending spree by saying the deficit will be halved by 2018, but still double what the highest deficit was under Bush. He railed against high deficits and spending during the campaign and the failed policies of Bush and two months into office he spends like John Edwards in a beauty parlor, far more than Bush. I guess his response to failed policies is to just do it with more force, while saying he's doing something else. Obama is an excellent case of the old saying, "your actions are speaking so loudly that I can't hear what you're saying."

Mr. Limbaugh doesn't have to hope for Obama to fail, he is the worst president in history after only two months. Besides, is there anything in Obama's agenda that I believe in anyway?

diligent said...

Ananiah, why don't you sit down and listen to some wisdom, which might do you some good! Apparently, your mother spared the rod and did not teach ya!

Under Bush's watch, we went into Iraq looking for "WMD"'s that never existed. Was there another classic case of "lying"? A bold-faced, shameless LIE! Incidentally, another Republican "lied" in 1973, remember? Under Saddam Hussein, who was murdered, Iraq seemed to be in better shape - the human rights violation is not our problem. We seem to go looking for trouble that is not ours to solve! Iraq is (was) a sovereign nation which is in shambles. If there were no Iraq and Afghanistan wars, can you imagine how that money could have been spent here at home? And, they said they have no money to refurbish bridges after the Minneapolis bridge collapse! What a crock! We paid, are still paying, annd will continue to pay for these shams.

So, don't you drag out that tired-out, imbecile guilt trip on us!

diligent said...

Ananiah, why don't you sit down and listen to some wisdom, which might do you some good! Apparently, your mother spared the rod and did not teach ya!

Under Bush's watch, we went into Iraq looking for "WMD"'s that never existed. Was there another classic case of "lying"? A bold-faced, shameless LIE! Incidentally, another Republican "lied" in 1973, remember? Under Saddam Hussein, who was murdered, Iraq seemed to be in better shape - the human rights violation is not our problem. We seem to go looking for trouble that is not ours to solve! Iraq is (was) a sovereign nation which is in shambles. If there were no Iraq and Afghanistan wars, can you imagine how that money could have been spent here at home? And, they said they have no money to refurbish bridges after the Minneapolis bridge collapse! What a crock! We paid, are still paying, annd will continue to pay for these shams.

So, don't you drag out that tired-out, imbecile guilt trip on us!