Allen West: Negotiating With ‘Marxist, Socialist, Rigid Ideologue’ Barack Obama Is ‘Silly
Two things for you this Friday afternoon, first a summary from a terrific article on Human events. Great read. Spot on. Second, 10 minute audio link to an interview with Allen West. Ladies and Gentlemen, this man should be one of the leaders in the GOP. Instead, he was forced to defend a redrawn district among DNC corruption and lost. He will be back in a larger capacity very soon. Until then, enjoy his insights
Make Obama pay for his bullying tactics
Something is very wrong in the world when the most dogmatic and inflexible president in recent memory can make unreasonable demands of his GOP budget opponents and yet be confident they’ll be blamed for the impasse.
It is past time President Barack Obama be held accountable for his intentionally irresponsible fiscal policies that are guaranteed to take us into national bankruptcy. It is outrageous enough that he is steering us into insolvency, but it is unbearable that he’s fraudulently blaming the Republican Party for it to boot.
This is not a close call, and reasonable people, if they understood the facts, would not support Obama. The problem is that so many people who trust him, inexplicably, look no further than his disingenuous statements and the liberal media’s slanted reporting. Meanwhile the Republican Party leadership simply cannot seem to get its message across. It would help if they evidenced more faith in the wisdom of their own approach.
This isn’t complicated. Our financial problems are overwhelmingly a result of excess spending, not of insufficient tax revenues. Increasing rates or decreasing deductions won’t make a speck of difference, and Obama knows it.
Our $16 trillion national debt and our $100 trillion of unfunded liabilities are going to destroy this nation in relatively short order if we don’t take drastic remedial action.
To keep his shell game going, he has to divert the people’s attention away from spending, the real culprit, and toward blaming and demonizing the rich. Obama explains this misdirection with red herrings about a “balanced approach,” “loopholes” and “revenues.”