Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Blue for Obama

Blue asked me to post this and I am pleased to do so.

Addendum, the morning after: 

Blue is happy to report that his effort on this blog helped boost Utah votes for President Obama from single to double digits.

1 comment:


I am sorry to see a good dog become as demented as his master and vote for the lesser evil than the despicable facotory and job and taxes and community killing Marmot! Next time around, Blue, remember that voting socialist will get you as many bitches as the old time Marmots used to get, and a pheasant in every bush!


Bush-Obama, a.k.a "promise breaker", promised: "Yes, we can" ..." stay the same" pretty much is what it turned out to be. The "HOPE DOPE" was not much of a high!

1) Obama kept Bush's national security and economic adviser teams. He did add the Stiglitz wing of economists, but failed to heed its advice, sided instead with Geithner wing of banksters. With Stiglitz he had the opportunity to nationalize the bankrupt banks and other financial entities, and for us, the people, for the country to take control of its finances - finances are not like the weather - and not have those fates left in the hands of Vegas gamblers, every year or two a calamity - finances need not be an unending series of tormento tropicals!

2] There is hardly a campaign promise from 2008 that Obama has not broken. This list includes his pledges to support the public option in health care, close Guantanamo, raise the minimum wage, regulate Wall Street, support labor unions in their struggles with employers, reform the Patriot Act, negotiate an equitable peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians, curb our imperial expansion in the Middle East, stop torture, protect reproductive rights, carry out a comprehensive immigration reform, cut the deficit by half, create 5 million new energy jobs and halt home foreclosures. Obama, campaigning in South Carolina in 2007, said that as president he would fight for the right of collective bargaining. “I’d put on a comfortable pair of shoes myself, I’ll … walk on that picket line with you as president of the United States of America,” he said. But when he got his chance to put on those “comfortable pair of shoes” during labor disputes in Madison, Wis., and Chicago he turned his back on working men and women.