Barack Obama has left his mark on this nation that is a certainty.
While many Americans have embraced the founding fathers sentiments of 'don't tread on me,' Barack Obama has remained intent on leaving his footprint on everything.
There is no doubt about that in my opinion. One only needs to look around and review the statements and actions of this administration over the past three years and it becomes painfully clear that this president literally despises this country and its people. Barack Obama has absolutely no use for the history or accomplishments of this nation or for its people or its heritage. He would much rather belittle America's people and blame them, especially when it comes to attempting to address his own failures.
Obama’s Denigrate America tour
The man disgusts me at least as much as I and millions of other Americans disgust him. I sincerely hope that come next November, the American people stand as one to refute and turn away this interloper and apologist in chief. I just hope that as a nation we can survive that long.
President Obama regularly expresses his contempt for America. The latest example was his comment at a business forum in Hawaii where he complained that “we’ve been a little bit lazy over the last couple of decades.” In particular, he meant Americans supposedly have been lax in pursuing foreign investment because “we aren’t out there hungry, selling America and trying to attract new business into America.” This degrades the country he leads.
The statement is patently false. During the past several decades, foreign investment has nearly tripled. Washington has signed multiple free-trade pacts, seeking to expand export markets and attract investment capital. Economic globalism is eroding our industrial base and U.S. wages; it has been a bonanza for foreign investors. Americans have not been passive. Yet Mr. Obama loves to bash America.
This is the latest in a long list of cheap insults. At a San Francisco fundraiser in October, Mr. Obama said, “We have lost our ambition, our imagination and our willingness to do the things that built the Golden Gate Bridge.” Earlier that month, he complained, “we used to have the best stuff. Think about it: The world used to say ‘Let’s travel to America. Let’s see the Golden Gate Bridge. Let’s see the Hoover Dam. Let’s see the amazing things that America built.’ ” In September, he claimed America “had gotten a little soft and, you know, we didn’t have that same competitive edge that we needed over the last couple of decades. We need to get back on track.”