Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Obama admits "there's a sense he hasn't been successful"

Via The Blaze:

Only in the perception that Obama hasn't really changed Washington though. Of course, that perception is wrong, wrong, wrong because he has made improvements don't ya know. He has made improvements, but mainly in the areas where "he has complete control."

 That whole "sipping on Slurpees" riff and calling Republicans "the enemy," was that what we can expect when Obama has complete control? Maybe that is the best he can muster when he is forced to negotiate with terrorists as the American people are held hostage? No one can really expect much more from a man who must deal with a Republican Party that, may fight to end the middle-class tax cuts that I've championed and that they've opposed,"  can they?

Still, Obama is going to continue to work to rebuild a sense of trust in government and restore a belief that ordinary people' s voices are heard in Washington.  Like our voices were heard when they wanted to pass health care?  Thanks but no thanks, champ:

Obama on 9NEWS from The Blaze on Vimeo.


  1. I think the statement, "we have made improvements mostly in the areas that I'm in complete control" is even more telling than the statement that "there's a sense I haven't been successful." The guy has been and always will be a control freak.

  2. Maybe another 2,000-page, Democrat-led, taxpayer-robbing, passed-in-the-middle-of-the-night bill will restore American's trust in government.

    Or maybe not.

  3. Merry Christmas to you and yours, Mary Sue.

    (Where did you go? Hope all is well.)

  4. I'd vote for Obama over Bush with any hesitation.

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