Obama Blame Game when not fundraising or playing golf

In Uncategorized on October 15, 2014 at 5:53 pm

Six years into the Obama Presidency and blaming President George Bush is getting harder to do.  The termination of Secret Service Director Julia Pierson was a step up in responsibility, but still gave the White House someone to blame.  The fact that Agents were sacked while a White House employee got promoted is par for this administration.

Tom Frieden will probably be thrown under the bus soon, but if the Bush administration can put every plane in US airspace on the ground in an emergency makes it hard to believe we can’t keep a few people who have visited Africa out of the United States.  That would require the direction and will of the President of the United States.  And Obama isn’t willing to make a tough decision.

Ebola- They told us it wouldn’t get here.  President Obama said we were not at risk.  Once again, denial or delusion here we are with Ebola spreading. We can blame Tom Frieden or President Bush, but we will never hear President Obama admit he made a mistake.

Speaking of Mistakes, How many missiles does it take to stop a group of terrorist?  Apparently more that President Obama has ordered in the last budget.

Which Democrat running for office will stand up and support the President?  Alison Lundergan Grimes won’t even admit she voted for him, how is she going to vote on a Treaty with Iran giving them a Nuke?  How about Mary Landrieu, will she support President Obama for his management of the Ebola Crisis or will she pretend she was against it before she voted for it?  Al Franken of Minnesota might stand up for Obama but will his Muslim constituents return him to office or will the Killing of ISLS anger them.

No matter how the Market fall turns out, Ebola, US Senate or Democratic Fundraising the odds of any Democrat standing up and announcing unconditional support of their president is getting smaller.  Lets hope President Obama doesn’t start blaming them.


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