Obama's obsession with power, but not leadership is apparent in his last term..
He did campaign elequently... But my god... When will he do something Presidential.
He has succeeded in carrying out the agenda of the U.N and called for a one world currency.... Since he can't lead he is ready to win to give the U.N power over the United States and the Constitution.
A world currency moves nearer after Tim Geithner's slip
This is going back to 2009.... and yes that is a foreign newspaper we are verifying this with because few, with exception of CBS publishes this news... Think about it...
And Today.. If You missed it..
Based on our analysis of this order, it would appear that the implementation of emergency communications by Obama, using all forms of wired and wireless communication systems, is redirected through the Executive branch and could expand such takeover abilities beyond the limits of an actual act of war, national emergency, or other event impacting the national security of the U.S. The order also mandates that the Department of Homeland Security develops and submits such a plan to Obama within sixty-(60) days of this order (section 5.2(h)).
This is upsetting in the very least....
This President is overstepping and not leading.... No wonder so many Democrats say they wont vote.
Obama and the Economic Blame Game
In a new poll, the public fingers the president...
A poll released Monday by the Hill, a newspaper that covers Congress, found that 66% of voters believe the weak economy is Washington's fault. And who is most to blame? A third—34%—said Mr. Obama. Congress was named the culprit by 23%, while 20% chose Wall Street and 18% fingered former President George W. Bush.
Mr. Obama's obsessive campaign to blame his predecessor is failing. The public, according to this poll, believes the buck stops with the current occupant of the Oval Office: 53% said Mr. "Obama has taken the wrong actions and slowed the recovery down."
It's appropriate that this poll appeared the same week as the seventh anniversary of the Senate Banking Committee's approval of S.B. 190, the Bush administration's reforms of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Registered Democrats through out the nation have thrown in the towell..
I guess we will see in November 2012.. Only 3 months to go...