Every Obama speech is fraught with lies and half-truths. He relies on his belief in the ignorance of his audience, and that Americans are too lazy and soft to recognize his dishonesty. When your record is abysmal, you can’t tell the truth.
Obama, hasn’t a clue on how to fix the economy. Instead, without ideas, he copied Teddy Roosevelt’s 100-year-old speech in Osawatomie. With Barack Obama, it’s always yesterday’s answers to today’s problems…and this is the man they told us was a genius. The president maintains that the rich get richer by making everyone poorer. Ah…bitterness and envy, the illegitimate stepchildren of hope and change.
Worst. President. Ever.
The Obama White House told reporters they will proceed with new EPA rules that will shut down 8% of all US power generation. The latest move by the EPA will affect 26 states.
New EPA rules will force Western coal-fired power plants to install haze-reducing pollution-control equipment at a cost of $1.6 billion a year. Pictured is the Dave Johnston Power Plant in Glenrock, Wyoming. (IBD)
The White House said they will stand behind their new job-killing air rules that will totally devastate the Texas economy and put thousands of lives at risk. The White House cited their own bogus study insisting that closing the power plants will save 34,000 lives each year. (What rubbish!) They are using this lie to push their devastating policies on the people of Texas. They would rather see thousands of Texans die in the sweltering summer heat when their power goes out.
The AP reported:
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America finally wakes up.
After three years of doom, gloom and disaster, Americans finally blame President Obama, the worst jobs president since the Great Depression, for the nation’s dismal economy.
The Politico reported:
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.