In March of 2006, Sen. Barack Obama openly criticized then President George W. Bush for "increasing America's debt, which will lead to weakening us domestically and internationally." He went on to state that leadership means that "the buck stops here."
He has now increased the national debt more than all previous presidents combined. The U.S. now borrows 42 cents of every dollar it spends.
If voters keep him in office for another four years, he will surely bankrupt the country.
I usually shout at the TV screen when I see President Obama, or I start to cry. The man is a serious danger to this country.
A couple of weeks ago, however, I burst out laughing when I heard Obama chastising European countries for "not living within their means."
Does the man really believe we are all stupid?
Marcel R. Morin, Auburn