Jim Beaux wrote:
Many of obama's actions are confounding until we realize what he is trying to accomplish.
Though obama is inept, he is also a Marxist, and an opponent to the American way of life. He and his circle are Saul Alinsky radicals with intent to "fundamentally change" our republic. Though he has critically wounded our country, we will be doomed if another Saul Alinsky adherent, Hilary is elected.
It will be "turn out the lights" if our next president is not a conservative who possesses executive experience, (either in business, military or government) allied with a conservative congress.
The doomsday clock has already began striking midnight on our country.
There was a time when I'd have rolled my eyes at the above and though ,"Oh brother! Here we go again with some simplistic Obama bashing. I mean seriously, a Marxist in the White House?" I'd have told myself that somebody had been reading too many political thrillers. Except.
Try as I may, I can't come up with a better explanation. His first missteps, I either defended, or wrote off as honest mistakes. By the time we got to Benghazi, it was so obviously a cover up that I couldn't deny it, but I still thought it was covering up a bad decision made in an honest effort. Now we have him sending 5 of the worst terrorists this county has in custody in exchange for a man who is almost certainly a traitor, and I'm at a complete loss to even come up with a plausible motive. How many Americans died because of these guys before their capture? How many Americans died capturing them? We know of at least six who died trying to rescue the traitor. How many more Americans will die because these guys are now back out and in the fight?
And the way he released them was illegal. Well, what's new.
But the thing that really gets me is how many of my liberal aquantinances STILL defend the guy. I had drank deeply of the Kool-Aid. God help me, I voted for him is the last two elections. But when enough houses fall on you, you eventually start to smell the plaster. When the shingles finally fell from my eyes, I assumed that everybody had seen the light. I'm shocked and horrified that so many still support him.
The few alms I can muster are going to contested races where we have a chance of getting rid of a Democrat. A few to Huck Pac, Cassidy in Louisiana , and Cotton in Arkansas. I still have hope we can slow this death ride down in November, and then get it back on track in 2016. I'm not the only Dem (ex dem) to notice the wreckage produced by the people we were supporting. He only took office with 51% of the vote. It won't take many of my ilk to swing the tide. I really think there is a change coming. The pendulum is starting to swing back. November will give us a good indicator. 2016 will tell the tide.