Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Are Liberals Delusional?

I turned on my television last night to watch the Democratic National Convention — and for some reason it felt like I was transported to another dimension — especially compared to last week’s Republican gathering
in Tampa.

So here’s my question for the Left — are you delusional?

Democrats speak of lowering the debt –but the moment they hit the gavel to begin their convention the debt had officially hit the “Not So Sweet 16.” $16 trillion.

Democrats speak of fair pay between men and women yet…in the Obama White House women earn 18 percent less than men in the same positions.

Democrats speak that they are for the people… yet support the killing of millions of unborn Americans — in what is supposed to be the safest place; the womb.

The Democrats still use the slogan “Change.” Really? It’s been four years since your “fundamental transformation of America.” How much longer do you need?

The Obama Administration has “changed” a few things. Unemployment on Obama’s first day was 7.8% now America’s unemployment rate is 8.3%. That’s not the kind of change I want.

On the president’s first day on the job America’s debt was an outstanding $10.626 trillion.

Want to take a guess at what it is now?

It’s a $16 trillion. $16 trillion that my generation and my children’s children will have to pay.

Even Gov. Martin O’Malley, who is considered a possible Democratic contender in 2016, knows the economy is in the toilet.

“Can you honestly say that people are better off today than they were four years ago,” he was asked last week.

“No,” he replied. “But that’s not the question of this election.”

Excuse me, governor — but THAT IS THE QUESTION OF THIS ELECTION.

Why choose four more years when the past four years have failed?

What kind of arrogance must you have to believe you deserve four more years.

If you are willing, follow my blog this week. But be warned – I am fired up.

In President Obama’s words I am a gun-toting, Bible-clinging American.

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