Now who do we most associate change with? If you answered Obama, give yourself a cookie, because he’s the one I’ll be ripping on in this post. Continue reading only if you don’t mind a little Obama-bashing.
Obama’s president, whoop-dee-doo. Now what?
So he managed to become the first black president, good for him. But has he done anything he promised to do? Nope. Healthcare remains unchanged (although I hope he doesn’t change it, I don’t like the idea of universal healthcare), the situation in Afghanistan is worse, and the economy is still sucking big time.
To add insult to injury, Obama recently received the Nobel Peace Prize… for doing nothing at all. The US is fighting *two* wars and they give him a _*peace*_ prize. Makes one wonder how much money he gave the judges.
Oh yeah, and he tried to have the 2016 Olympics in Chicago. That’s nice, but isn’t “unemployment at 9.8%”:http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2009/10/02/business/main5357948.shtml right now? I think the Olympics are the least of our worries.
George Bush was no better, but at least everybody could openly criticize him. Now if you’re white and you criticize Obama, the race card always gets played. Example:
bq. Me: ‘Man, Obama is a terrible president…’
Nearest minority: ‘_*Racist!*_’
And just in case you’re wondering, I’m not affiliated with either party. Neither has done anything good for the country.