I Blame Barack Obama (ibbo)
May 8, 2012 5 Comments
RALEIGH— Today is primary voting day. As a non-affiliated, independent voter I had the choice between filling out a primary vote in any party. I opted to go strictly on the independent ballot. It was a rather short ballot consisting of two Judge elections and the Marriage Amendment. I made my choices and departed.
I know that while I didn’t put my hat in on the primary races, the choice is already evident. Come November this independent will have to choose between Barack Obama or Mitt Romney. I am no fan of Mitt Romney. I know I have not been posting on this website for sometime, but I can assure you I have been blasting him every chance I get. But come November Mitt and Barack is the coin flip I have. And I blame Barack Obama for this.
Had Barack Obama not been a complete and utter failure. Had he not spent the last three years driving up partisan bills, politics and ideals. Had he not passed the buck on every event gone wrong. And had he not finally relegated himself to attacking the Supreme Court when his failures became glaringly evident, America as a whole wouldn’t have to make this choice.
Today the word from Barack’s hope and change group is to fear the unknown. Mitt, he claims, will essentially kill women and children (what else could a “War on Women” result in other than the murderous end to women and children?) But there is one unavoidable fact in this race: It is a choice between a guy I distrust and dislike or a guy who has proven to be a total failure at the job. I cannot reasonably be expected to perpetuate proven failure, even if the alternative is less than desirable. The alternative in this event still has a remote possibility of success. Barack Obama has no shot at success. That is the nature of failure.
Time will tell of course. Those dreaded October surprises could derail a campaign. Anything can happen in the next six months. But, as it is right now, I blame Barack Obama for the last three years of failures. And I blame him for this upcoming vote in November.