Obama’s nasty unpresidential ‘for revenge’ statement: Is this the type of president America really needs and wants?
No clearer difference of the two candidates running for the American presidency can there be, than the latest, as witnessed on both campaign trails:
Apparently Obama grew weary of reading from his campaign stump Teleprompter. He encouraged his crowd to get down dirty and to vote “‘for revenge’–’for revenge.’” Wasn’t it several days ago that Obama was receiving his post Hurricane Sandy photo opts from his adoring news media while he was attempting to look professional, presidential and even compassionate – strutting around in love fest style with New Jersey’s Governor, Christie?
Folks, when Obama doesn’t have his campaign aid script before him; or, when he decides to deviate from it; we hear the real Obama. He is a divider; not a unifier. It’s the same nasty Obama who said four years ago:
So much for this White House occupier who claims to be a Christian. Aren’t Christians commanded by Christ to “turn the other cheek” and move on? Obama is just acting out his hypocrisy, as he is no more Christian, than the man in the moon.
Obama has failed these past 4 years. He’s failed to deliver on most of his 2008 campaign promises. Instead, unemployment is higher than when he first entered the White House. He’s grown the national debt by almost 6 trillion; and wasted umpteen millions of taxpayer dollars with his stimulus extortionist handouts. Obama has bowed before foreign leaders and weakened America abroad by his failed foreign policy decisions; the latest being, the Benghazi affair with the ongoing scandal cover-up.
It’s time for a proven business leader and former governor to enter the White House. He [Mitt Romney] is, by far, a better voter pick than Obama.
Posted by: Pastor emeritus Nathan M. Bickel
Please note for future voting consideration reference:
- Election Projection – The Battle for Capitol Hill – 2012 Senate – electionprojection.com/2012elections/
- The Complete List of Email Addresses and Fax Numbers for the U.S. Congress and Governors – conservativeusa.org/
- U.S. Constitution Online – usconstitution.net/
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