- The Washington Times - Thursday, November 17, 2011

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

While in Hawaii at the Asian-Pacific Summit, President Obama told the Chinese that the American people are upset with the economy. He said that we are tired of the way in which the Chinese manipulate their currency to create an unfair trade advantage. I guess I must have missed the memo about everything being China’s fault.

I’ve been ticked off at the lousy job Mr. Obama and his administration have been doing running the country and peeved at the mismanagement of our tax dollars by Mr. Spendthrift himself. I’ve been sick and tired of watching our president blame everyone and their brother for the direction our county has been heading under his leadership (or lack thereof).

What the American people are tired of is the president traveling all around the world spending taxpayer dollars, all the while saying he’s acting in our best interests.

From my perspective, it would make a lot more sense to me if he were sitting behind his desk doing an honest day’s work and getting something done. Maybe his next job could be a traveling salesman because he’s not successful at much else.

GREGORY J. TOPLIFF

Warrenville, S.C.

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