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You do not have to be a political genius to understand that if the state of Ohio falls out of the President’s win column in November, he and Michelle will be packing their bags and heading back to Chicago faster than he can say, “Oh no they didn’t!”
Wednesday, the president went to several key democrat voter strongholds in Ohio, in order to reinforce a political firewall against a probable loss of the state of Ohio. The cities of Akron and Mansfield are crucial to the Ohio democrat voter bean counters. Their campaign goal is to continue to mystify the voters in Ohio in believing that they should care more about what Mitt Romney did in the private sector and his tax returns.
Meanwhile, these same voters are suppose to magically ignore the fact that empty unfulfilled Obama promises do not put bread on the table, nor does has it created non-existent jobs. Can these Akron voters take the president’s non-existent tax breaks to the mortgage company to stave off a foreclosure? Let your neighbors know how you are able to convert rising family bills into an employment opportunity.
After all, the president had promised Ohio voters in 2008 that he would stop down from office if he had not improved the economy. Yet, when he had the chance, he ducks and dodges and ignores, or in other words, he drops the ball on the court in mid game. In fact, this caring president has been missing in action from his own Jobs Council for the last six months!
You know the one, where he would be using his appointed job experts to stimulate the private sector into reversing the worst economic downturn since, the 1930’s depression.
Well, Ohioans have to wonder how this alleged laser-focused president could have managed to not pick up his White House phone one time in the six months, to meet with his jobs council, while the nation’s families were sliding deeper, and deeper and deeper into financial ruin. This is the same president who told the Akron and Mansfield, Ohio “believers” that this horrendous economic stagnation is, “A crisis that robbed too many of our friends and our neighbors of their homes, their jobs, their savings.”
It is hard to believe that President Obama could say those words with a straight face, and still insist that he cares about the pain of Ohioans and families in the heartland. Who treats their “friends” like this, while he spent those same six months gallivanting across the nation to 100 plus fundraisers with millionaires, billionaires and Hollywood’s liberal elite.
Come on now, Mr. President, if you really cared about Ohio families, about Colorado families, about Virginia families, about Michigan families, couldn’t you have arranged a jobs council conference call meeting on your smart phone, while you were fundraising or golfing? Afraid not…so much for friendship and caring, right?
With less than 100 days left before the November election, each time Obama visits a swing state like Ohio, he proves that his narcissism and hubris grows even more. In fact if he were Pinocchio his nose would be longer that the Washington Monument is tall. His new catch phrase should be the Audacity of Hopelessness. Promises made, promises discarded, and promises un-kept…but with a smile.
So one has to wonder just what Ohio voters does he keep coming back to speak to. He and his campaign political handlers in Chicago have keyed in on the slow but steady economic comeback record in Ohio. But Mr. President, to borrow your phrase, “You didn’t build that!”
This gradual economic turnaround is being accomplished on republican governor John Kasich’s watch. In fact in every state that is seeing an economic turnaround, like Texas, Florida and Wisconsin are headed by republican governors. Again, Obama, “you did not build that!”
The president continues to fly around the nation from one swing state to another in search of a steady dwindling number of believers who support his reckless political fiats based upon an audacity of hopelessness. Democrat Voters in swing states are absolutely essential to Obama’s Electoral College win. Yet, the numbers of supporters, do not account for the growing resentment in Ohio’s and the nation’s African American community to Obama’s embrace of gay marriage and insistence that the black clergy back him up on this in their pulpits. Not so fast Mr. President. Those voters may not be there for you blindly protect your voter margins in Ohio, Florida, South Carolina and Virginia.
Of course Romney has his own problems, and recent state polls show his polls are down to just 42 percent of the vote in Ohio. Not good, when most of the difference between winning and losing is due to conservative Palin and Tea Party voters who are not exactly thrilled by his candidacy yet. In fact, it is the Palin voter support that could seriously make the difference of a Romney win or a Romney loss in Ohio, and therefore the presidency.
Here’s a suggestion, Obama, if you care so much about the unemployed in Ohio or Virginia, or Iowa or anywhere else in America, stop blaming Bush, because that’s real old now. Instead, start creating private sector jobs and cutting taxes.
At least give the appearance that you have the capacity to lead instead of feeding Americans your memorized tired rhythmic refrains. Your audacity of hopelessness is truly wearing thin in Ohio and everywhere else.
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I have heard a lot recently that no one really cares anymore about who is elected and that Obama is going back in. I am about ready to believe it. Is this true, that people really do not care about whether or not Obama is re-elected? I care and I care deeply. Every red blooded conservative patriotic American cares. The majority of the ones who read this care. I have followed the Obama birth certificate fiasco and been concerned about his eligibility from the beginning. I am not a nut and do not jump on every conspiracy theory wagon that rolls along, but I am objective enough to see the puzzle has some pieces missing. I have watched in amazement as Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Ann Coulter and many other “big boys and girls” in the conservative movement ignore the evidence which clearly points to real problems for legitimacy. It may be true that most do not care about this particular issue. Liberals have their agenda, conservatives have their agenda and apparently neither group is concerned with the Constitution, integrity and truth.
A couple of months ago, I believed Obama could not get re-elected. Now I am not so sure. Chances are he will get re-elected. Reason: no one cares. Apathy reigns. The Tea Party has run its course and had its affect but now that is over. In spite of the economy tanking, gas going through the roof, and Obamacare firmly in place with more intrusion in our lives, and a national debt higher than ever, Obama will very likely go back in. It may be a narrow victory, but a victory nonetheless. If Obama wins, America loses.
Here is the other side of the coin. If Obama loses, does America automatically win? Not necessarily. If Romney wins, we are not much better off than with Obama. Same with Gingrich. If Santorum wins, we are possibly a little better off than with the first two. Since the days of Ronald Reagan, big name Republicans have repeatedly proven that there is not two shades of difference between them and the Democrats. If by some miracle, Ron Paul wins, we would certainly be on a better road constitutionally and financially, but those two areas are his only strengths. However, Ron Paul will not win because conservatives, libertarians and constitutionalists will not unite around him.
If videos were released showing Obama sacrificing children on a bloody altar, would it make a difference? Not with a sold out media to spin it differently and repackage the truth as has been so effectively done. But even without repackaging the truth, the bottom line is: people simply refuse to see the truth and many of those who do just don’t care. As long as people still have transportation, cable or satellite entertainment, internet access, the latest high tech phone and are fat and full, nothing will change. If Obama does get re-elected, the economy will eventually crash, the federal government will take over (even more), and then everyone will have to make adjustments in lifestyle. At least then, maybe America will turn back to God. God help us…… and I mean that as a prayer, not the trite saying it has become.
Joseph Harris has been a college professor and pastor since 1987 and his writings have appeared on stupidpoliticians.com, WND, Intellectual Conservative, Conservative Daily News, Canada Free Press, Land of the Free, and The Post Chronicle. [email protected]