Pres. Obama fails to support his People, and his fellow Americans

We need new leadership and statesmen in Washington and in state legislatures to deal with the special interest domination of HOA legislation that is detrimental to those living in HOAs, and detrimental to the  foundations of our democratic system of government. We need people who are not afraid to stand up and take a position that they know is right and just against a system that is dominated by the special interest HOA stakeholders.

Obama had the opportunity to speak up for his People who maintain that a bias exists by the courts and police toward Blacks.  He missed his opportunity to lead by stating that he thought the Ferguson decision was wrong and was going to issue an executive order to investigate the Brown murder and procedure used in the grand jury process.

He is no leader, not like Teddy Roosevelt or Franklin Roosevelt who used executive action to advance causes that they truly believed in; causes that they stood up and defended vehemently against strong opposition and criticism.[1]   He does not rise to the level of the Roosevelts.  He failed to back his People, the people who brought him to power and who supported him in his presidency.

Rather, Obama comes before the camera, the people and his People, listless, flat, unemotional, lacking passion, and lacking the audacity to change.  Looking forlorn and wishing that he was not there.

He is a failure as a President. He is basically incompetent and should reign for the good of the country and for the good of all Americans.

Where are the statesmen who are not afraid to stand up and take a position that they know is right and just against a system that is dominated by the special interest HOA stakeholders.

Note 1.  See the PBS special The Roosevelts: An Intimate History.

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  1. When Chief Justice John Roberts shockingly ruled that Obamacare (“ACA”) was ‘constitutional’ under the “tax clause” of the U.S. Constitution he erred. It is not only unconstitutional under the ‘commerce clause’ it is unconstitutional under the ‘taxing clause’ and cannot be a direct tax on wages, salary or other income under the “ACA” employer mandate. The 16th Amendment did not give Congress or the President immunity or extend additional power or authorization to violate the “apportionment” clause of the Constitution.

    The erroneous decision to artificially prop up Obama and his fledgling effort to be President of the USA only prolonged his eventual demise as a liar, incompetent and fraud. The truth always comes out eventually as we now see with Dr. Johnathan Gruber’s comments on “ACA” and how it was fraudulently passed (under cover of darkness). No transparency in the Obama administration.

    Had the chief justice ruled “ACA” unconstitutional (as the facts and rule of law demand) Obama’s forlorn position would have set in motion his timely demise and impeachment.

    As regarding his competence as a leader of a nation of laws Obama has demonstrated that he is a failure at everything.The consequences of his incompetence is obvious. His dream to heal race relations between blacks, browns and whites also failed. HIs radical views of liberalism and student of Rev. Jerimiah Wright for 20 years is obvious.

    Because of the Monday morning quarterback view (looking back on Obama’s mistakes) the new GOP majority in Congress may repent and put pressure on how Justice Roberts and the other Justices view “ACA” on appeal. For certain “ACA” is a debacle which can’t be corrected by anyone.

    Will the Supreme Court continue to play political football and give Obama more support or will they throw Obama under the bus?

    With respect to race relations…prejudice and hatred between the races are more egregious than in the 1960s when Dr. Martin Luther King took a stab at his “I have a dream.”

    Sheriff of Maricopa County in Arizona and other concerned Americans who understand the “rule of law” in this nation continue to seek ways to remove Obama from office for fraud and malfeasance…this movement gets stronger every day.

    Perhaps radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh was onto something when he stated: ‘President Obama is the least qualified person to enter any room.’

    There is always a high price to pay for knowingly and willingly scheming to defraud “we the people” of the USA. Just ask impeached William J. Clinton, Nixon and other former politicians who have been ousted.

  2. Meet The Press looks at Obama’s lack of firm leadership:

    Meet the Press Transcript – November 30, 2014

    PRES. BARACK OBAMA:
    We are a nation built on the rule of law. And so we need to accept that this decision was the grand jury’s to make.

    CHUCK TODD:
    On one side, images of tear gas and protests. On the other, a cautious commander in chief who is running out of time in office. The president’s reticent after a grand jury decided not to indict Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of unarmed teenager Michael Brown stands in stark contrast to the highly personal comments the president made after another teenager, Trayvon Martin, was shot by a civilian two years ago.

    CHUCK TODD:
    Barack Obama has had to shoulder the burdens and expectations of being the nation’s first black president since before he was elected to the job. Six years ago, then Candidate Obama, gave what was then a risky speech about his experience as a black man in America. His hand forced by the controversy over former pastor Jeremiah Wright.

    PRES. BARACK OBAMA:
    I can no more disown him than I can disown my white grandmother, a woman who loves me as much as she loves anything in this world, but a woman who once confessed her fear of black men who pass her by on the street.

    CHUCK TODD:
    That speech was praised. But a year later, he learned that launching a conversation on race could have pitfalls, when he criticized law enforcement for arresting Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates.

    PRES. BARACK OBAMA:
    The Cambridge Police acted stupidly. There is a long history in this country of African Americans and Latinos being stopped by law enforcement disproportionately. And that’s just a fact.

    CHUCK TODD:
    Police union officials in Cambridge called for an apology. The president backed away from his criticism and diffused the controversy with a photo op, a beer summit. The president’s supporters have sometimes been more willing to say the color of his skin may impact how some Americans perceive his presidency than Obama himself.

    CHUCK TODD:
    Former Secretary of State Colin Powell indicted the tea party on this show last year. This week, hesitant to criticize law enforcement, the president has argued that though there are still problems, the country has made enormous progress in race relations. But some disagree.

    CORNEL WEST:
    Ferguson signifies the end of the age of Obama. It’s a very sad end.

    CHUCK TODD:
    Nearly six years into the Obama presidency, household income for African Americans is just $35,000 a year. That’s $25,000 less than for whites. And no better than when the president took office. White unemployment was 4.8% last month. Black unemployment was 10.9%. Black men are more than six times as likely as white men to be incarcerated. And black men between the ages of 15 and 19 are 21 times as likely as whites to be killed by a police officer.

  3. If I was him I’d feel a bit forlorn as well..he has to be tired of getting blamed for all of America’s problems.

  4. How does one make an HOA comply with its Declaration to the Commonwealth of Virginia?


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