- The Washington Times - Monday, October 15, 2012

No matter how baloney is sliced to make it seem appealing, it will always taste essentially the same. If you saw how it is made, you would be turned off from it forever. Likewise, the marketing of our celebrity president, Barack Obama, reading off a teleprompter, is not as appetizing now as when sold four years ago to the hungry public, already obese from a diet of entitlements offered to them by President Lyndon B. Johnson’s “Great Society.”

The baloney manufactured by President Obama’s administration is detrimental to your health, and it will leave a hole in your wallet to boot.

The president’s promoters, Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. , Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, Obama campaign spokesman Stephanie Cutter, et al., use false advertising to sell a faulty product. The most recent case of four Americans who were killed in Libya was shrugged off as not being the administration’s responsibility, and the White House denied not having their eye on the ball in that case.

Thankfully, at the first presidential debate earlier this month, Mr. Obama failed to convince the public that his baloney is a healthier choice than the fare of his opponent, Mitt Romney.

GEORGE GIFTOS

Boca Raton, Fla.