At the outset of his presidency Obama swore that he would “fundamentally transform America”, and by God, that’s exactly what he did. Anyone who listened to Obama knew that of all his promises (to achieve full employment, to make America respected in the world again, to allow everyone to keep their doctor and their plan and to save $2500 a year on healthcare, to defeat or contain ISIS, to be the best friend Israel has ever had, to convince North Korea to halt their nuclear plans, to retain traditional marriage, to keep Iran from proceeding on their nuclear project, to lower the oceans, to keep terrorists out of America, etc.) were just so much talk, typical of a Democrat. But the “fundamental transformation of America” statement had a little different timbre to it than his other idle promises, and he sounded as though he was a little more personally involved in that promise, and it’s probably the only promise he kept.
But of course, because he was a Democrat, and the first black president at that, he was above reproach or criticism, and the chicken Republicans just sat back and watched him destroy America so as to not be labeled racists. One could suggest that by not opposing Obama’s plans to destroy America, due to his being black, could be taken itself as a racist act, but that’s water under the bridge.
But our Obama opened our southern border illegally; he disobeyed the constitution by numerous times legislating from the Oval Office; he allowed Iran to continue developing their nuke; he made no attempt to halt North Korea’s missile and nuke development; he furthered violent sentiments and resentment against America’s police forces; he begged Putin to give him time to get re-elected so he could serve Putin’s ends against America’s interests; he issued volumes of EPA regulations that killed millions of jobs and increased the unemployment rate.
In short, Obama was completely successful in everything he did, because his entire intent was to hurt America and take us down a notch or two, and that’s exactly what he did.
So in spite of one’s wish that Obama’s eight years had ended differently, one must say, in all honesty: “job accomplished, Obama”. At least next time maybe we’ll recognize an America-hating Democrat when we see one because, after all, we seem to be surrounded by them.