The NY Giants finished the regular season 9 and 7…that is a 56% winning ratio, yet they went on to win the Super Bowl. A mediocre team was able to pull out the big win out of a ho-hum regular season.
Now to the election in November. Obama has had a miserable presidency, twice the increase in debt in half of the time that Bush had. Obamacare that most people don’t like. Injecting himself into small situations to try to make himself look good. And the other day he tried to liken himself to Gandhi and Nelson Mandela. These are just the tip of the iceberg.
The Republicans seem to have put up a bunch of candidates of which it seems, the public aren’t really fans of. I have spent a lot of time beating up BO for his sorry run as president, which is deserved, but November will be the test on who I beat up on in the future.
I blame the fact we have BO on the media for a complete lack of vetting, that the public didn’t really know what they were getting, and they didn’t. But the next election I might have to change my mind. This country is so high on spending, a lot of which goes into the pockets of people who don’t pay federal income taxes. Subsidies for business that would tank without the help of federal (taxpayer) dollars, such as ethanol and solar (Solyndra). The list goes on and on.
Next election though, if BO wins the White House again, I will turn my anger to the public. People in this country have become so used to sucking on the government boob, that it seems like they will elect anyone who continues feeding them. If BO is reelected that will mean one thing, that the population at large is refusing to give up the boob, even if it means the system will fall apart, as it has in Greece, and how it is going in Italy and Spain. A lot of people can’t think beyond the day in front of them, and most of the same people don’t pay any attention to society or politics until campaign time. At that point all they hear are endless talking points, and are clueless to what is actually going on.
Now if a Republican wins, that will send me a message that the population as a whole doesn’t like the path the country is on, and they want to make an effort at fixing it. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m not in the tank for all Republicans, Congress under GW were a bunch of drunken spenders, and GW never vetoed anything. But I would like to think the light speed BO is spending money has really brought the fiscal problems to the front.
Though I am not a real fan of any of the Republican candidates, I will vote for the nominee, if for anything, as a vote against BO. I just hope the rest of the voters who aren’t fans of the nominees will do the same. I truly believe if BO gets another four years the country may well be on an irreversible course.
A long story shorter, don’t let BO become the NY Giants (though the Giants had a better record).