Obama’s exit interview: Hope and change can still win elections
During an interview for the “The Axe Files” podcast, produced by the University of Chicago Institute of Politics and CNN, Mr. O stated; I am confident in this vision because I’m confident that if I had run again and articulated it, I think I could’ve mobilized a majority of the American people to rally behind it.
Are you kidding me? This is a very delusional man who will not let go of the reality, that partly because of his track record it put a very heavy load on Hillary winning the election. She would have fared much better without the 2 main men in her life vouching for her. Wild Bill and Mr. O.
Just like Donnie Brasco and Lefty; it was a bad move.
I think she just added to all of her difficulties by being so adamant she was going to follow in Obama’s footsteps. Along with that and other anchors she was dragging around, without it, she would have had a better chance of winning.
The election results demonstrated that the American people were ready for a change in policies. The same way Obama got the nod in 2008 because of turmoil in GWB’s administration, Trump got the nod in 2016.
Without some very stern measures taken to recoup our dignity, the USA would have been bull-dozed over and soon would be flushed down the toilet as a world power. We lost so much creditability with the way Obama conducted business, it was and till is shameful.
I call it being overly obsequious. That type of governing does not work, especially when playing in the major leagues.
The other world leaders are the bullies on the block and the USA has been their punching bag for many years. It is a time for a change and to regain our respect.
Last week Mr. O advised DT not to use his EXECUTIVE POWER excessively.
Much to my surprise, Mr. O wasn’t even in the top 10 when it came to issuing executive orders. Before I looked it up I would have thought he was #1 on the chart. I always give the devil their due. No pun intended.
FRD was one busy president. He served approximately 4,420 days, signed 3,721 executive orders = .84 per day while sitting in The Big Chair. I bet he wore out a lot of Quills.