Another misstep by Obama

11 Jun

another misstep by Obama seems to not only catch the attention of Republicans and conservatives but members and backers of his own party.Mr. Obama misstep happened last week at a press conference when he said “the private sector is doing just fine”. We all know that this was a major gaffe on Obama part, there is no way in God’s green earth that the private sector is doing fine at this time. Now it’s coming back to bite him in the but one of his biggest supporters  New York Times columnist Paul Krugman might as well came out and said that the president made a stupid comment. What  Krugman said was that it was an unfortunate line.


In truth, the private sector is doing better than the public sector but in these times of cutbacks and job losses that’s not saying much. In my humble opinion, this seems to prove the point that Obama and his administration are truly out of touch with what’s going on outside of the bubble that is the White House.

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 Krugman criticism of Mr. Obama seems to me it’s just another example of how the Democratic machine is starting to come apart with this and recent allegations that the White House leak sensitive military information and attorney general Eric Holder in trouble now with Congress and possibly facing contempt charges. Then to top it all off commerce Sec.John Bryson for felony hit and run the Democratic party is beginning to look badly beat up.

in my humble opinion if this kind of nonsense keeps happening are keeps getting worse come November Mr. Obama might as well just quit the race altogether.

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Posted by on June 11, 2012 in politics


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