Obama part deux off to quite a start
The President survived domestic disasters like chronic unemployment, massive and unrepayable federal debt increases, Obamacare, and Fast and Furious. He survived foreign policy fumbles like the Russian Reset, the Arab Spring, and Benghazigate. He was re-elected by catering to his base and by placing the fear of Romney into many minds.
Now the full effect of the President’s leadership is about to hit the fan.
The markets seem to have had a Romney win baked in. With Obama’s re-election, they’re down to last summer’s level—when it seemed Romney had no chance. The U.S. economy is trending towards recession; the fiscal cliff looms.
CIA Director ex-CIA Director is in the throes of a total meltdown with huge cover up and criminal conspiracy implications. Along the way, the Administration may be violating its own guidance on underground prisons and interrogating and detaining enemy combatants. Even reliable lefties are starting to freak about Obama’s persistent Stasi-like surveillance state.
Innovation that threatens the status quo/preferred narrative is at risk of being smothered in the crib of government.
The Harry Reidtard-led Senate is worried about polar bear carcasses.
Finally, a majority of voters in California appears to be just as stupid as a majority of voters in America. Dude, where’s my bailout?
This will not end well (and technically, we’re still in Broncobama’s first term).