When one thinks of historical figures against whom to compare Barack Obama, two personalities come to mind: Neville Chamberlain and Jimmy Carter.
Neville Chamberlain was the “peace in our time” guy who, instead of giving the world peace through his dealings with Adolph Hitler, took Europe directly into World War II with its millions of deaths and its total destruction. Barack Obama and his Nuke deal with Iran was similar to the Chamberlain/Hitler agreement, but more on that later.
Then we have former president Jimmy Carter (pronounced Jumma Cotta by Mr. Carter himself) who is best remembered for wearing a sweater in a cold alcove off the Oval Office in the White House, wringing his hands and waiting for Iran to take some sort of action after capturing the American hostages in Teheran and holding them for an unspecified reason. It was a certainty that Mr. Carter was too immobilized with indecision and fear to take any action against Iran himself.
Like Barack Obama, Neville Chamberlain was so full of himself and his importance that he called the deal with Hitler “peace in our time”, reminiscent of Obama’s ill-thought and totally stupid and counter-productive Iran nuke agreement, which he self-importantly asserted would assure that Iran would never get a nuclear weapon. But unfortunately, the agreement with the Mullahs assures that Iran will inevitably develop a nuclear weapon in a very few years. Plus, our genius president also gave Iran billions of dollars to help them with their nuke development.
As for Jimmy Carter’s influence, Obama just appears irrelevant, much like our beloved peanut farmer president, except when Obama was issuing executive orders and EPA regulations that he assured the nation would “fundamentally transform America”. In all fairness, one supposes one could say that the up side of Obama’s “fundamental transformation of America” policy was that the idea of the destruction of America as we’ve always known it excited Obama and at least peeked his interest and got him off the golf course for a change.
The more we see of Donald Trump and compare him back-to-back with Barack Obama, the more people will see Mr. Obama’s dithering, strutting, boastful, self-absorbed nature, and with such a comparison of these two men, Donald Trump will come out the clear winner.
It’s an absolute certainty that the liberal press will continue to ride Donald Trump like a lame mule, but the worthlessness of Obama will be there forever, for all to see, and the improvements that Mr. Trump will make to America will be recognized by everyone.