Obama: The Buck Stops with Me, uh…Sometimes
Obama is truly an “Empty-Suit.” He is one of the weakest leaders in the world today, and certainly the worse President that America has ever had. He wants credit for doing nothing, and refuses to accept blame for anything that he has done wrong or caused (in which case he blames “Bush”). Actually, such weakness of character and leadership are the Modus Operandi of the entire Democrat Party, e.g. their environmentalists refused to take blame for the problems they had caused during/after Hurricane Katrina … the financial collapse that was caused by their subprime policies … the Social Security issues, etc.
That chart reflects what was happening in 2008, as realization was setting in that the Democrat Party would probably win the Presidential Election; it also shows what happened when it became apparent that Barack Obama would win the Democrat’s Presidential primary over Hillary Clinton, and that John McCain would lose to him. Businesses and Investors were bailing, all (the wise ones, anyway) knowing that Obama would be a complete failure.
America is now a sitting target for terrorists; jobs continue being lost (with many unemployed workers giving up their search for new ones), monstrous debt is being expanded daily as America’s status in the world collapses, and Obama laughingly says “the buck stops with me”:
WASHINGTON – He says “the buck stops with me,” but nearly a year into office, President Barack Obama is still blaming a lot of the nation’s troubles — the economy, terrorism, health care — on George W. Bush. Over and over, Obama keeps reminding Americans of the mess he inherited and all he’s doing to fix it. A sharper, give-me-some-credit tone has emerged in his language as he bemoans people’s fleeting memory about what life was like way back in 2008, particularly on the economy.
Even the Associated Press is finally realizing what an “Empty-Suit” Obama is – He says “the buck stops with me,” but nearly a year into office, President Barack Obama is still blaming a lot of the nation’s troubles — the economy, terrorism, health care — on George W. Bush…