“…There would be times in your life when you have to choose between being loved and being respected. She said to always pick being respected, that love without respect was always fleeting — but that respect could grow into real, lasting love.”–on what his mom told him
Well, President Obama is loved by many Americans. And that was why we elected him in 2008. But he has not earned our respect.
The nation is more divided than ever before.
He could only work with Congress controlled by Democrats—Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid. He would not work with Congress elected by the people in 2010—but he has now promised he would work with the Republicans in his 2nd term.
He has talked smoothly. But no walk.
“We are demanding that our leaders stop tearing each other down, and work together to take action on the big things facing America.” –directly putting our politicians in Washington D.C. on the spot here.
“We know seniors not only want these programs to survive, but they just as badly want them secured for their grandchildren. Seniors are not selfish.”
“They believe seniors will always put themselves ahead of their grandchildren. So they prey on their vulnerabilities and scare them with misinformation for the cynical purpose of winning the next election.”–a few years before my 50s, I rather have Medicare reform than bankrupted Medicare
“It’s now time to stand up. There’s no time left to waste. If you’re willing to stand up with me for America’s future, I will stand up with you. If you’re willing to fight with me for Mitt Romney, I will fight with you.” –our country is at a very important cross road, continuing on the path to nowhere or taking the right direction to take this country back to the right path
“I want them to live in a second American Century.”–I want my children and their children to live in a second American Century too.
The alternative—a Chinese Century—is quite scary, my fellow Americans.
“Leadership delivers. Leadership counts. Leadership matters.” –President Obama has not led.
He rather played golf than met with his jobs council.
He rather gave in to the environmentalists and rejected the Keystone XL project than created 22,000 jobs and thousands more coming from lower energy price.
He rather played politics than worked with Congress elected in 2010 to make effective policies to move this country in the right direction.
He rather ridiculed about how rich Romney is than worked on how poor Americans have become the last 4 years.
He rather talked about Romney’s tax returns and bank accounts than worried about 12.8 million unemployed who don’t have enough income to file tax returns.
Isn’t it time to have new leadership in the White House?