Skip to comments.America's Vicarious Christmas Vacation
Posted on 12/23/2012 7:14:41 PM PST by upchuck
President Barack Obama needs a break. It's tiring and takes a tremendous amount of effort to dismantle 250 years of what made America the great nation we once were. So, in anticipation of leaving the drudgery of governing behind, Obama abandoned the wrecking ball he's been swinging for the last four years, left the 54 holiday trees that lost their lives in the White House, and jetted off with the wife, the kids and the dog for their nine-hour flight to Oahu.
During the planned 17-day breather the President will be doing the usual "playing golf, eating at local restaurants with family members and escorting his daughters to island water parks and other activities."
In other words, while America, on both a micro and macro level, anticipates a future of making do on a painful austerity budget, Barack Obama is resting up in preparation for his splashy, high-priced inauguration party and to resume the hard work he started of fundamentally trashing...sorry, "fundamentally transforming the United States of America."
(Excerpt) Read more at americanthinker.com ...
Makes a real American want to puke.
It most certainly is.
Nonetheless, the President did not seem to be the least bit worried about how it might look luxuriating for two weeks while the nation teeters on the verge of a fiscal nightmare come January 2nd.
Nope, because he's "The Won" and cares not about the little people.
Now that he is out of the continental US, is there any way we can deny him re-entry?
Lets not complain because Obama hit the lottery two times when he got elected twice.
When you hit the Lotto you spend like a drunken sailor.
Just like when Rotney King hit his Lotto.
There is little difference.
“fundamentally trashforming the United States of America.”
The thoughts that articles like this inspire in me I cannot say out loud. But I can still think them (and one in particular I can wish for).
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