Dear President Obama:
Gigs up. Nowhere left to hide. You’ve been exposed for all to see. To paraphrase a line from a movie, “You have been weighed, you have been measured, and you have been found wanting. In what world could you possibly beat the American people?”
Your entire existence, including your presidency, has been nothing but a sham. Placed ahead of the pack in your education…not for any acts or accomplishments of your own…but because you possess the politically correct pigment, you enjoyed benefits given that are normally earned. Perhaps it’s not your fault. You were simply the stooge chosen to play the part. But all the same, you are a massive fraud that was forced on the gullible American people with a carefully crafted plan that involved academia, the media, political backers, and corrupt puppet masters behind the scenes.
This fraud was easy to accomplish with all that support. Especially when you had no real defined experience or career. In 2008, you spoke in vague generalities of what you would accomplish. When you did speak of defined ideas, you lied to hide your real leftist intentions. Smoke and mirrors, lies and innuendo. Now all that has changed.
You now have a record. A record of disaster. One so horrible that you’re reelection campaign strategy was forced to rely on Big Bird, sluts and negative campaigning against your opponent. Hardly a position any American President would want to find himself in. Your popularity polls have yet to reach 50% of the American people. But you do have accomplishments. Here are a few:
- 23 million Americans unemployed
- Gas prices have doubled while you denied drilling permits or banned offshore drilling
- 45 million on Food Stamps
- 43 months of 8+% unemployment
- Food prices up 25%
- Illegals receiving over $7 billion in social services
- Middle class has lost 1/3 of its net worth
- Average household income $4,300 less than when you took office
- Health insurance rates increased 1,500 during your term
- US credit downgraded twice during your administration
- $6 trillion added to national debt