The strategy irks former Obama aides who look on as Trump trashes their former boss and his achievements
Pictures can tell a 1,000 tales or something like that.
I may agree that Mr. O accomplished a few positive things while in office; but they seem to have escaped me at the moment. I would have to conclude that his Faux Pas over-shadowed his accomplishments.
One example is too many. It is the Iran deal. While the Iranian leaders were vowing to kill all Americans, Mr. O in all of his wisdom, was signing over 151 BBBBillion dollars to them. Anyone that can not find fault with that one-sided deal, must have their head where the sun doesn’t shine.
One other example is Obamacare. How can so many experts see the deficit in it and so many others see the pluses?
Hundreds of well-known organizations are pulling out of it because of all of the expensive implications, stating that they cannot survive under the current conditions. Can we believe them or not?
On the other hand we have so many people expounding on all of the virtues of the healthcare plan. What is the accurate description of the robber robbing the bank.?
It has always amazed me that 1,000 people can see the same guy robbing a bank but none of them ever agree on what the bandit looked like.
The same thing goes for many things, especially politics. How can so many people look at what Obama did or didn’t do and not agree; in the same token, how can so many people look at what PDT is doing or not doing and not agree??
Many of the conclusions comes from favoritism but most of it comes from stupidity. If someone likes you, there is NOTHING you can do wrong. If someone DOES NOT like you, there is nothing you can do right. It is called human nature.
One prime example of human-nature was the OJ Orenthal thing. I don’t care if the dude is black, green, white or yellow. To me it has nothing to do with the fact that he butchered two people. The man was DEAD wrong and guilty as sin; BUT, always the BIG BUT; the brothers and sisters in this country banded together and sacred the shit out of the honkies. If OJ was found guilty, regardless if he was or not, there would have been hell to pay, billions of dollar$ of destruction and certainly many deaths.
The only conclusion I can come to as to who is making the right moves; the proof is in the pudding.
From where I sit; Mr. O’s mixing bowl was 3/4 empty when he got his hat. In my opinion, PDT’s mixing bowl is now 3/4 full. The proof will be in the cup cakes.
Is PDT making mistakes? Absolutely; but he is not sitting on his hands and is making an attempt to make it a better world.
Is anyone perfect? It all depends on who you ask.