The Day the United States of America Died
On the night of November 6th, 2012 the United States of America began to shake and convulse in what can only be described as death throes.
This was also the night that fully HALF of all Americans stood and told our enemies and the world in general, “We are too stupid to breathe, just come on in and take us over, make slaves of us and complete the socialization of America.”
Those would be the supporters of Barack Hussein Obama, the FOOLS that voted to give him another 4 years to use as he completes his plan to destroy this nation.
I would not have believed that ANY large group of Americans could have been so fooled by Obama as to believe that he could do anything that would turn this nation around and set Her back on an even keel. Barack Obama’s supporters and voters aren’t worried about America apparently; they are only concerned with THE FREE CHEESE.
Never mind the fact that Obama has doubled the deficit.
Never mind the fact that unemployment is, in fact, over 10%.
Never mind the fact that businesses are NOT going to spend money to expand and hire new employees.
Never mind the fact that GOVERNMENT does NOT create jobs.
Never mind the fact that on the day after election the stock market is well over 300 points down.
Never mind the facts of Benghazi.
Never mind the fact that Obama promised Russia “more flexibility”.
Never mind the fact that Obamacare is destroying the medical profession as we have known it.
America has committed suicide my friends, and it is a bloody mess, one that may be washed down the sewers but not one that will ever be truly cleaned up. There is nothing in the Obama plan that even remotely indicates a cleaning up. All Obama wants is 4 more years to do the damage he didn’t get to complete in the 1st 4 years.
I am fed up with the GOP. I have long stated that if the crop of candidates that the GOP ran through the primaries was the best the GOP could offer, then we, as a nation were in deep trouble.
I was never enthused with the choice of Mitt Romney. I NEVER felt he had what it was going to take to defeat Barack Obama, and I was right.
Mitt Romney seems like a nice guy, and no doubt he has a great financial mind, but he did not have a *fire* in him. Romney was, basically, an honest and principled man, it appears that those qualities are NOT what it takes to win in America.
I know this is going to sound mean but I am past the point of caring; America now has the government it deserves and will have to suffer through whatever happens.
I, for one, am about to begin a campaign to hold Rick Perry to his words: Perry says Texas can leave the union if it wants to.
This might be a good time to revisit that idea.