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Obama booed at all-star game

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

When Obama threw out the first pitch at last night's all-star game, a chorus of boos greeted him. I thought it was funny. I thought that he was supposed to be a popular president, but perhaps the luster has worn off already. Are the American people finally beginning to see the real Barack Obama?

And what is really funny is that when George W. Bush appeared in a pregame video, he received a thunderous ovation. The comparison could not have been more obvious. Isn't Bush the unpopular one? That's what the left wing media would have you believe, but it looks like they won't be able to prop up Obama much longer. While most of the media bends over backwards to kiss Obama's ass, the American people know better. It was just last Thursday that I pointed out that Obama's approval index is going down. It now stands at -7 which is amazing considering the fact that it wasn't too long ago that it was better than +20.

The way things are going, I expect to see things getting worse and worse for Obama as time goes by. He is trying to shove a multi-trillion dollar health care boondoggle down our throats that will inevitably result in tax increases on almost all working people. Of course the welfare crowd that gets money from the government and pays no taxes will love it, but the average American as always will get the shaft.

And if you think that they will be able to improve the general state of health care in this country, think again. The government can't run anything right. If they get control of your health care, you'd better watch out. We will all be in a world of hurt then. If you think that health care has problems now, wait until Obama and friends have a chance to screw with it.

Obama is well on his way to sending this country to a train wreck. The federal deficit will be going through the roof to levels even unheard of during the previous administration. And just you wait. The same liberals who were screaming that Bush's deficits were too high won't even let out a peep when Obama does Bush one better when it comes to the deficit.

We are in a big mess and Obama and his cronies are making it worse every day. The 2012 election when we can get rid of him won't come soon enough.
posted by John, 1:10 PM

2 Comments:

Not because they boo T oBAMA MEANS THAT THEY DON'TLIKE HIM ANYMORE. nOT BECAUSE HE IS THE PRESIDENT..MEANS HE IS GOOD AT PITCHING AND CAN;T BE BOO AT.

Very nice post.
commented by Anonymous Tony, July 15, 2009 at 3:24 PM  
Well just shows what kind of crowd he had. Probably would have been pretty much the same reaction at a republican rally.

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