I know, I know… an easier question would be which one of them doesn’t think this?
“Why is it in the middle of the country that President Obama has a problem? Is it race? Look at the job numbers, look at the healthcare, look at the positive things that have happened, we came out of the greatest recession: Why doesn’t that play in the middle of the country?”
I’m sure we all notice that host Ed Schultz goes straight to the race card for an explanation… then he spouts off a bunch of nonsenses about the economy and healthcare. It’s all just enough to make one sick, isn’t it?
Perhaps if Ed would get out of D.C., New York and LA and head into middle America, he might find out what the problem is.
He might realize that more Americans of working age are out of the workforce than ever before, he might realize that more Americans are on food stamps than ever before, he might notice that people are worried about illegal immigration and the war on terror. He might notice that more and more people are losing their health insurance every day. (For example – look at this poll which shows that Obamacare has hurt more Americans than it has helped! How are liberals pretending that Obamacare is going good?)
Also, a big part of the reason that the recent recession was the worst ever is that the liberal policies of the end of the George W. Bush administration and throughout the Obama administration were abject failures. Why should we credit the President’s policies for making things better when his policies helped first to make things WORSE? President Obama didn’t get us out of this; the hard work and stick-to-it-iveness of the American people did.
Ed. We Americans ensconced directly in Middle America have a message for you. We are tired of failure. We are tired of incompetence. We are tired of losing. We are tired of the lies. Oh, and race has nothing to do with it.
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