- The Washington Times - Thursday, May 17, 2012


I don’t know about everyone else, but I have come to the conclusion that President Obama is not only delusional, he seems to possess the ability to hypnotize others into believing in his delusions.

After watching the president on TV recently giving speeches at various colleges and fundraisers, I can only conclude that he has hypnotized the masses into mindless zombies. It’s always the same routine: He comes on stage, gives a big smile, tells a little joke and mesmerizes the crowds with his charisma. He tells the crowd what it wants to hear, promises better lives for all. The only problem is that the promises are lies.

How can I say such a thing about our leader? He has left a litany of evidence in the wake of his various destructive exploits since coming to power. He has a Robin Hood complex of wanting to take from the rich and give to the poor. Mr. Obama’s minions refuse to see the $5 trillion debt he has racked up in 3 1/2 years. He tells us the economy is better, but we struggle at the gas pump and in the grocery stores, trying to maintain the standard of life we were used to before he became president.

Mr. Obama says industry is picking up because of his policies, yet businesses such as solar-panel maker Solyndra have filed for bankruptcy, costing the taxpayers half a billion dollars. Mr. Obama says his foreign policies are making this country stronger and yet North Korea, Iran and Venezuela ignore him as if we were a Third World country. Our president has trampled our Constitution and crossed over into religion, redefining the separation of church and state. When you look up Mr. Obama’s name in the future, you will likely see a caption under his picture that reads, “The destroyer of America.”


Warrenville, S.C.

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