Letter: Obama administration will have overseen nation's 'Lost Years'Generations from now, historians will look back on the hopefully brief Obama administration as America’s “Lost Years” when our great nation stumbled domestically and floundered globally.
By: Craig Livingstone, The Republican Eagle
To the Editor:
Generations from now, historians will look back on the hopefully brief Obama administration as America’s “Lost Years” when our great nation stumbled domestically and floundered globally.
Beginning with the Ivy League academic/socialist colleagues that advised and directed President Barack Obama, through the wasteful trillion dollar stimulus, the inept globalist foreign policy that emboldened our foes like the Muslim Brotherhood and confused our allies like Israel, Great Britain and the new democracies who live under the threatening shadow of neo-Soviet Russia. The democratic seedlings planted in the precarious soils of Iraq and Afghanistan by our brave troops are being ruthlessly uprooted so that Obama can retreat in time for the pending election.
At home, our national debt has rocketed past $15 trillion with 2 million fewer jobs, real unemployment at about 10 percent and inflation gaining traction with each infusion of quantitative easing by the Fed to prop up this hapless regime. We have a president who must read a prepared script from his “TeleLiar” and only utters the frightful truth in intimate unguarded exchanges with our foes. Without a White House budget based in reality and none from the Democratic Senate for two years, Obama and his Democratic allies have vacated his presidential duties to campaigns since 2010.
In the words of Obama’s pastor, the Rev. Wright, “the chickens are coming home to roost” to mess the front steps of the White House. Our grandparents weathered the Great Depression and learned the values of thrift, determination and resourcefulness. We, who are persevering through these “Lost Years,” are learning to pay attention when snake oil salesman offers you to solve our problems with “hope and change.”