Obama trots out the Bush card as often as I take out the trash. The question I have for Obama is didn’t we hire you to be the miracle worker? I realize that he created a climate for himself that was lofty and a little unfair, but he created this claim. He made it sound like “Change” was the key to fixing all that ailed this country, and when he said: “We’re the one’s we’ve been waiting for,” it seems to me that he bought into his own propoganda.
America bought into his propoganda too. They believed that there was a miracle in the air. It was preposterous that an inexperienced, community organizer would come in and fix Washington and America, but people thought this would be the case.
Political prognosticator Dick Morris said: “I feel sorry for the man who is going to assume this mess. (A mess that Obama voted for as a Senator.) It’s going to reflect poorly upon the party in power.”
Obama has tried over and over and over and over and over and over to try to convince the American public that he’s not to blame for this. People don’t like it when someone tries to blame someone else for their problems. If it was possible for him to say it once in some profound manner that made it stick, it’s possible that he would’ve escaped much of the blame, but it’s my contention that if you repeat something over and over and over and over and over and over people’s natural inclination is to rebel. It’s our natural inclination to believe that you’re trying to convince us of something that is not true, whether it is true or not.