Obama is hoping for ‘no change’

We tried Hope, now we want Change.

It’s clear those catchy slogans and chants didn’t do it. They didn’t put gas in the tank; they didn’t counter high energy costs; they didn’t create jobs; they didn’t cut the debt; they didn’t fix government; they didn’t change the way Washington worked; they didn’t give us transparency; they didn’t end cronyism; they didn’t close the revolving door; they didn’t stop the influence of special interests; they didn’t cause us to be liked any better around the world; they didn’t calm the seas nor instill confidence. “Just words?”

“Don’t tell me words don’t matter”, Obama said.

But they did get Barack Obama elected. They did stir people up. They did work for Obama. But they were empty rhetoric and promises, dead end roads for America on the ropes. He ran on “Hope and Change”, and asked people to “believe” in him. He asks people to keep believing in him again to get reelected. The problem with their sloganeering is they never thought past the sound bite. And they never saw how it would work in a reelection. He never saw beyond his lofty rhetoric.

He asked people to vote for “hope and change”, now folks hope he changes.
America tried Hope, now it’s time for Change.

Obama showed what he puts first when he said, “you didn’t build that”. But we can tell Obama, “you didn’t build that”. You didn’t didn’t build anything, in fact, you tore down what we built. You ripped apart the confidence of Americans, you assembled roadblocks in front of them, you created multiple agencies of bloated bureaucracy. You mocked the efforts of small businesses and entrepreneurs trying to succeed. Then you even said they misinterpreted your words, and your actions.

You revealed your priorities when you said “the private sector is doing fine.” The problem, you said, was in the public sector with loosing public sector jobs. The private sector lost millions of jobs, the private sector which has been struggling to add jobs, despite his policies. Jobs you then took credit for. Then you tell us “the private sector is doing fine”. Your concern is for the “public sector”. When you ran, why didn’t you say you wanted to be president of the “public sector”; why didn’t you say you wanted to be president of the unions and union workers; why didn’t you say you wanted to be president of the middle class? If people were listening they could have figured that out, based largely on your total lack of experience.

Another lie just to get elected.

5 comments on “Obama is hoping for ‘no change’

  1. Just Gene says:

    The only way people learn the truth is by lying.


  2. drrik says:

    I would rather have the 2008 guy than the guy we have.


  3. Davetherave says:

    Damn fine writing bull!

    Obastard hoped we’d sit back and let him change our country into his kingdom. And; too many people kept his hope alive, because the jackass has gotten away with any and everything he wanted. I think the man got elected mainly for one reason and one reason only; the first black pres. Still a lot of guilty white folk these days over something that happened 100 years ago in this country.

    Now the thrill is gone. He’s the incumbent. We’ve already had our first black pres. And a lot of people that shed their guilt the first election are now seeing this guy really sucks! And his great “transparency” platform…as transparent as the door in a bank covering a safe. He be in major panic mode now and he’s got his arm so far up his ass trying to dig something out to save himself they’ll have to put his shoulder back in place. He can’t run far enough away from the mess he’s caused to hide the truth now…


    • bullright says:

      Good comment. Thanks. My sentiments too. The white guilt that put him in there should feel a whole lot of guilt now! And he’s trying to see if there’s enough white guilt in his piggy bank to reelect him.

      Not only won’t we find out all the truth about him but we may never know all the truth about what he’s done in office. You gotta hand it to him, he bested ol’ slick Willy. That’s right, “This whole thing is the biggest fairy tale I’ve ever seen”, Bill Clinton. There is something I can agree with Bubba on. Who knows, maybe Bubba can help him with that anal extraction? He’s gonna give it a try anyway.


  4. clyde says:

    Good post. Ditto to what Dave said. Be nice if all the guilty white progs( these are NOT liberals,IMHO) could realize the sumbitch STILL hates THEM,too,MAYBE they’ll THINK before they VOTE. Unlikely as that seems.



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