There are a lot of opinions about this election its historical relationship to events that transpired before the first Great Depression along with so many other things that seem to point to a lack of leadership in Washington but is Mitt Romney really the best man for the job.
The truth may be way beyond understanding, the media has its pick, the people have theirs, however the media appear to be trying to influence the outcome of this election and that is wrong no matter how you slice it.
What if the Republicans take the Senate and the Congress…
Back in time we can see that some of the most abundant times have been when a democratic president and a republican congress worked together to make America great we saw this with President Clinton.
However there is one big difference between these two men President Obama has shown no real inclination to lead and that seems problematic.
If we knew that he was going to do the right thing for America that would be one thing but that did not happen in the last four years that has not happened and that is what many people feel is the problem now, how can we trust what we have not seen?
We look at the handwriting on the wall and it looks like Jimmy Carter all over again down to Americans getting Killed and held hostage on foreign soil.
Carters Presidency was a disaster of epic proportions.
It is amazing to compare these two presidents both in terms of policy and in terms of political issues that have both been the basis of great economic ruin both men
The latest comparison was made by dour New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd in her column on July 30. This is some of what she said:
“Democratic lawmakers worry that the Tea Party freshmen have already ‘neutered’ the president,” as one told me. They fret that Obama is an inept negotiator. They worry that he should have been out in the country selling a concrete plan, rather than once more kowtowing to Republicans and, as with the stimulus plan, health care and Libya, leading from behind.
As one Democratic senator complained: ‘The president veers between talking like a peevish professor and a scolding parent.’ (Not to mention a jilted lover.) Another moaned: ‘We are watching him turn into Jimmy Carter right before our eyes.'”
Dowd who once loved Obama is now souring on her liberal-media-created sensation and now she believes that the comparison of Obama to Carter is a valid one.
So what are the valid comparisons between the presidencies of Obama and Carter that allow for even a Democratic Senator to allege it?