By 1 Dragon
How many times did you hear it? Hope and Change or I will not rest till this crisis is over, or we will put it on C-SPAN for everyone to see, or you can keep the same doctor, or a Bill will be posted on the internet before it is voted on. Well, some of us knew what the Change was going to be because we didn’t believe in the hype. We knew Obama was a mistake, we knew he was a Fraud and a usurper, but we were called racist and bigots.
Now, Hope is Fading………………
You can call me what you want but I’m an American First. I’m not an African American, an Irish American, or an Italian American, I am an American and the only Hope I want is that I hope Obama doesn’t get elected for another four years, because I don’t think there will be much left of her if he does.
Slowly but surely people are seeing Obama for the Empty Suit that he is. He can’t put two sentences together without his teleprompter. He is out of touch with the People and probably still has no idea how many states there are. People are opening their eyes and are seeing a Big Mistake. His Perfect image in Fading.
There is nothing fundamentally wrong with the United States or the Constitution. We have no problem that cannot be solved. We just have terrible leaders.
The worst characteristic in any leader is hubris, which is best described as a combination of arrogance and stupidity. Sadly, our current leaders in Washington, D.C. have an abundance of it.
48 hours 3 days since Standard and Poors downgraded the US credit rating.
On Friday the United States lost its coveted AAA credit rating. Credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s downgraded the nation’s rating for the first time since the U.S. won the top ranking in 1917. 18 countries now have a better credit rating than the US.
Barack Obama has still not released a statement.
If we don’t win in 2012 the U.S. is doomed.
(The Hill) — John Chambers, the chairman of Standard & Poor’s sovereign debt ratings, on Sunday estimated that it could take between 9 and 18 years for the nation to regain its AAA credit rating.
Chambers said the credit agency could further downgrade the national rating depending on whether President Obama and congressional leaders can agree on reducing the deficit.
Chambers said “it could take a while” for the U.S. to regain its perfect credit rating.