I am here to clue him in, it is a 24/7/365 and the reason the Country is suffering is because you are treating it like a day job. I wasn’t old enough to realize how pathetic Carter truly was until later, but watching this not ready for primetime (obviously, because he only works days) horrible man, attempt to run this Country while destroying its fabric day by day, is mind-numbing. I could have cut him some slack on being inexperienced, except for the political paybacks, the hateful rhetoric to those he disagrees with politically, and the damage he is doing to race relations with his class warfare act. Barack Hussein Obama has been, to me, the worst President this Country has ever been witness too. The only bright light is knowing that I am not alone in those thoughts and that he will get to go home to Chicago in Jamuary of 2013. Obmaa Has A Jimmy Carter Malaise Moment:
It might be a disservice to Carter to liken his remarks to Obama’s, because Obama seems to embrace certain problems that Carter criticized – but Obama makes a virtue of them. For instance, Obama portrays Americans as complaining about the long work hours and crying “life’s not fair” and so offers himself as someone to ride to the rescue. Carter, at least in theory, derided the “tend[ency] to worship self-indulgence and consumption” while upholding the virtues of “hard work, strong families, close-knit communities, and our faith in God.” Carter hoped that Americans would not “close the door on our past,” while Obama aspired to be a transformational president.
Perhaps these analogies should not be over-pursued. Carter, after all, spoke in his capacity as president. Obama, on the other hand, spoke at a fundraising event. Indeed, he carefully distinguished the campaign from the presidency:
“I’ve got a day job, and I’m going to have to spend a lot of time continuing to govern over the next several months.”
Obama regards the presidency as his “day job” alongside campaigning, while 9.1% of Americans don’t have a day job – a contrast that might prove very relevant on Election Day 2012.
He is a petty, pathetic, tired little man and when he walks away from the White House I will boo like his supporters did to MY President Bush.