In a January 10 column on WorldNetDaily, conservative blogger and frequent Fox guest Pamela Geller attacked President Obama and his administration, claiming, "Moochers and looters are making the laws." She referred to Obama as "America's most dangerous president," then later wrote that Obama, in promising to protect middle class interests and boost the economy, "sounds like the late Kim Jong-il or Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Everything he says is devoid of reality."
From Geller's column:
And this Wednesday, the White House is hosting an "Insourcing American Jobs" forum that will feature "business leaders who are bringing jobs back home [to] see how we can help other businesses follow their lead." Obama explained that this seminar was important "because this is a make or break moment for the middle class and all those working to get there. We've got to keep at it. We've got to keep creating jobs. And we've got to keep rebuilding our economy so that everyone gets a fair shot, everyone does their fair share - and everyone plays by the same rules."
Does anyone else get nauseated when they hear America's most dangerous president spew such enormous lies? Right now unemployment is just under 10 percent. During the Bush administration it was under 5 percent. Someone bring back the bad old days of Bush.
No one, in the history of this nation, has done more than Barack Obama has done to tip the scales, pay off thug unions, demonize and marginalize wealth creators, destroy the economy, cripple capitalism and saddle every single American with incalculable debt. Yet Obama has the audacity of deceit to say that America is "headed in the right direction." He vowed: "This year, I'm going to keep doing whatever it takes to move this economy forward and to make sure that middle class families regain the security they've lost over the past decade. That's my New Year's resolution to all of you."
He sounds like the late Kim Jong-il or Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Everything he says is devoid of reality.
Moochers and looters are making the laws. They must be stopped in November.