The Customer Is Always Right: Don’t Blame The American People For Romney’s Loss
Barack Obama has been one of the single worst Presidents in American history. He’s decimated the economy, bungled foreign policy, driven the deficit into the stratosphere, poisoned the well with Republicans in Congress, and he has shown himself to be a petty, mean-spirited, corrupt racist who’s habitually self-absorbed and incompetent.
Now, some people might agree with that description and think, “How could the American people be so stupid that they would vote for a man like that?” What you really should be thinking is, “If Obama is really that bad, how bad do we have to be to lose to someone like that?”
Instead of pointing the finger elsewhere, that puts the responsibility where it belongs — on the conservative movement and the Republican Party. We just lost an election to the worst, least competent man ever to sit in the Oval Office. That means it’s time for us to work harder, smarter, and start upping our game.
The opposition to Proposition 29, the nearly billion dollar per year tax hike slated for the June ballot, is growing.
“What good will it be for someone to gain the whole world, yet forfeit their soul?” -Matthew 16:26 While