President Barack Obama's past, including questions about his citizenship, scholastic records and affiliations with the Chicago crowd, the Rev. Wright, Bill Ayers, his shameful senatorial record and Marxist agenda have all been given too much of a pass in the media. Inspired by his socialistic tutoring, and reinforced by his relationships, he now wants to implement those ways.
In early campaign speeches, he said there were "flaws" in the U.S. Constitution. That Constitution empowers Congress, not the president, to make laws. But he has bypassed that body to become a Congress of one and a law unto himself, enforcing only the laws he likes; using his charm to deceive; doing anything to divert attention from his past, his character, his promises and failures.
He points his finger at others, but has more pointing to himself. He is more apt to criticize than to advise.
Besides the media and the unions, who were fruitful in his election, he has taken advantage of extensive photo opportunities. He is prideful.
The true test of Christianity is humility. He prided himself on what he does best, in quoting past presidents, especially Abraham Lincoln. But one quote he purposely didn't use is "You can fool some of the people all the time, and all the people some of the time, but you cannot fool all the people all of the time."
Why anyone would want to vote for such a person is beyond common sense and beyond understanding.
Neil Bourgoin, Jay