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Monday, August 20, 2012

Newsweek: Obama's Gotta Go

I saw this headline up on Drudge and thought, "Yes! Conservatives have a chance!" The more that people realize Obama's failures (and the press's usual failures in reporting them) the better chance America has for growth and prosperity. It is a long article detailing many things that Americans should remember about the past four years with Obama in office. The author addressses specific Obama failures in the choice of his advisors and leadership, the federal spending and deficit, failing to live up to campaign promises, health care problems, and foreign policy. If you don't know he has failures in these offices, then you have been a victim of the liberal media.
After addressing Obama's failures, he moves on to why Romney/Ryan represent good things for America. Some closing remarks:
But one thing is clear. Ryan psychs Obama out. This has been apparent ever since the White House went on the offensive against Ryan in the spring of last year. And the reason he psychs him out is that, unlike Obama, Ryan has a plan—as opposed to a narrative—for this country.

Mitt Romney is not the best candidate for the presidency I can imagine. But he was clearly the best of the Republican contenders for the nomination. He brings to the presidency precisely the kind of experience—both in the business world and in executive office—that Barack Obama manifestly lacked four years ago. (If only Obama had worked at Bain Capital for a few years, instead of as a community organizer in Chicago, he might understand exactly why the private sector is not “doing fine” right now.) And by picking Ryan as his running mate, Romney has given the first real sign that—unlike Obama—he is a courageous leader who will not duck the challenges America faces.

1 comment:

  1. I agree with this article, but I love that they say Ryan psychs out Obama. I was reading an article on yahoo last night that talked about how the medicare attack against Ryan has backfired because Obama's team put up 714 billion dollar cut against Medicare. I do totally agree that Romney has the business experience to do the job, and government experience. I have tentative hope.