If Obama Wins, He’ll Inherit a Worse Economy Than the First Time Around

I want to remind everybody, “Barack Hussein Obama! Mmm! Mmm! Mmm!” campaigned for president as the man who could fix our economy. That was the whole point of his campaign. Has anybody forgotten this? In 2007-2008, Barack Obama ran on the basis that he could fix the economy. Now 3-1/2 years in? I don’t need to detail you the decay, the destruction, the deterioration, the plummeting aspects of our economy. You all know that. Now what are we told?

“Nobody could have, and he needs another three or four years to do it. And no matter what how hard he worked and how much he cares, there’s nobody else who coulda done it, either. And we’re told that that explanation has convinced a majority of Americans to support Obama ’cause there nobody else that could do it and there’s nobody else that cares as much and there’s nobody else who will work as hard.”

I guess while playing golf and basketball and bowling and campaigning.

It’s amazing.

You know, Castro? He’s been working on his economy for 50-plus years now. Fidel Castro was never able to fix Cuba’s economy, and you know what he blames it on? He calls it “the blockade,” but it’s the embargo. Fidel Castro hasn’t been able to fix his economy, and his economic policies mirror Obama’s. Well, Castro’s are older so I should say, “Obama’s mirror Castro’s.” I’m sure the Cubans think, “This guy just needs a little bit more time. He really cares about us, this Castro guy does.

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