Out of business
Published on -10/14/2012, 9:42 AM
How is it the president, with supposedly the highest IQ ever (my guess-81), got killed in the first debate? Al Gore, "Mr. Cool," thinks it was the altitude. The rest of the goofy liberals think it might have been something else.
It looks pretty simple to me. After four years of his rule, there's no way to defend his policies. He has no ammo left.
Let's face it, how can you know anything about jobs or the economy when you've never had a real job? What do you expect when this man comes up against a real businessman?
When you start pulling rabbits out of the hat, like "Companies getting breaks to move their companies overseas," you're in trouble. When the businessman replies, "I've been in business for 25 years, and I don't know what you're talking about," I'd say you're about done. He must have somehow forgotten that his opponent has actually been in business.
The only subsidy I know that sent jobs and money overseas was Obama's stimulus to Pfisker.
I am looking forward to the foreign policy debate. Obama's foreign policy has been talk and hot air. I seriously doubt if Romney will bow to him. Personally, I think I'd have a chance in this debate. I bet Obama wishes he would have attended more than 40 percent of his daily briefings.
He's got a lot of catching up to do. Maybe he should have been in the briefing when the ambassador of Libya asked for more security in Benghazi.
As I've said before, Mr. Obama makes Jimmy Carter look like a genius. Besides Jimmy's endorsement, I see where Hugo Chavez, the president of Venezuela, has endorsed Obama. With these two endorsements, that should tell you all you need to know.
For all you people who write nothing but dribble about Barack Obama and his great policies, that includes the editor of this paper and his surrogates, this man is in way over his head. He's not running against John McCain, who I consider about his caliber. He is running against a man who has actually run things and run them efficiently.
What a difference a real qualified person makes.
Terry W. Piesker