Breaking News Bar
posted: 7/26/2014 1:01 AM

U.S. finally united -- against Obama

hello
Success - Article sent! close
 

As he said he would, President Obama has united Democrats and Republicans. Within the last six months, both liberals and conservatives have started to speak with one voice against the way he's running the country.

Democrats are beginning to drift away; his honeymoon with the press is over. The nation itself has had it with Obama's disinterest in his job.

Order Reprint Print Article
 
Interested in reusing this article?
Custom reprints are a powerful and strategic way to share your article with customers, employees and prospects.
The YGS Group provides digital and printed reprint services for Daily Herald. Complete the form to the right and a reprint consultant will contact you to discuss how you can reuse this article.
Need more information about reprints? Visit our Reprints Section for more details.

Contact information ( * required )

Success - request sent close

How did Messiah fall from grace? Essentially because nothing he's done works. Federally mandated health care is broken. Forget immigration reform while he's president. Now even CNN is covering all the scandals. There's a real breakthrough!

I voted for Barack Obama in Obama in 2008 because I thought America needed a person of color in the White House to reconcile the historic racism against blacks in this country. I voted against him in 2012 because of his record as leader (?) of the free world.

One other way he's united America is to show that our republic's separation of powers really works. When the executive branch goes dysfunctional, the other two branches save the nation. They, not he, are the true messiahs of America by reminding all of us that aloof narcissistic personality cannot an authentic president make. Obama's pre-emptive totalitarian rule "by phone and pen" countered by a two-house Congress and Supreme Court is his real legacy.

After six years, America is united around this -- a republican (small "r") democracy stills works.

Paul O. Bischoff

Wheaton

Share this page
Comments ()
Guidelines: Keep it civil and on topic; no profanity, vulgarity, slurs or personal attacks. People who harass others or joke about tragedies will be blocked. If a comment violates these standards or our terms of service, click the X in the upper right corner of the comment box. To find our more, read our FAQ.