Mr. Obama: A Failure or a Success?

January 31, 2012 at 6:35 PM 3 comments

Found this article and thought I would reblog it here.  Did some research on it and found it to be true, unless of course the sources I checked with were also wrong…

The article is by Jon Ewall and it highlights Mr. Obama’s campaign promises. (And here you thought his only campaign promise was “Change is coming!”)

Mr. Obama promised:

1.To bring back the jobs lost in 2007 and 2008

2.To fix the economic problems by passing the $787 billion Tarp bill (Congress passed the bill without reading or debating the bill

3.To have fiscal responsibility and control spending, Barak Obama promised to go line for line and strike out pork in the Tarp bill

4.To rid Washington of lobbyist and special interest groups

5.To surround himself with experienced and capable people

6.To have an open transparent government and to allow C-Span to

televise the debates and congressional hearings.

7. To close gitmo last year.

8. To end the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan

9. To give 95% of the people a tax break and not to tax anyone below $250,000, by the way according to some officials the ceiling has dropped down to $100,000 with a possibility to $85,000 due to lack of money coming into the treasury.

10.To not allow no bid contracts in his administration. A major news source reported that Obama gave a $25 million no bid contract to a donor of his campaign. The contract recently was cancelled after being exposed by the media.

11. To reduce the deficit by 50% in his first term. The proposed budget for 2011($3.85 trillion )given to Congress will be the largest ever in our history if passed by Congress.

…In summary, let’s be fair when President Obama talks about what his administration and Congress was left with after the past administration. The simple facts are that then Senator Obama and the present Democrat party took full control of Congress in January 2007 and in 2008 with a lame duck President George W. Bush.

Surely it is irresponsible to blame the Bush administration for all the present problems without noting who controlled Congress in 2007 and 2008. President Obama and the Democrats should be accepting their political party’s share of the blame for their part in the recession.

Your Author Jon Ewall


I realize that many will think I’m simply bashing Mr. Obama, but in truth, he has not stopped bashing Bush and the GOP since he took over, or at least since the GOP gained a majority in the Senate.

For an in-depth look at Mr. Obama’s failed campaign promises, feel free to head on over to Jon’s website, which can be found here:

Ewall takes the time to go into some great depth reporting on the actual fallout from the Obama presidency and his complete lack of integrity when it comes to his campaign promises.

If this had been a Republican president, you can be sure that the entire media would be all over him (with the possible exception of FOX News) because it seems apparent enough that all the major networks, plus CNN, HLN, and the rest are biased in favor of liberal policies.

So to them, it doesn’t matter that Mr. Obama has not kept one promise and skirted the U.S. Constitution as often as possible.  No, they’re more concerned about Newt’s alleged dalliance with a prostitute (just ask Ashleigh Banfield of CNN, who seemed to be completely swept up with that concern recently).

Please don’t get me wrong.  George W. Bush was not the greatest of presidents. Far from it and neither was his father.  Unfortunately, we’ve gone from somewhat bad to far worse.

Now the liberal media is using the moral issues to destroy GOP candidates because they know that morality plays a big role for many conservatives.  However, it does NOT play a role for liberals, so who are they kidding?  They personally don’t care if Newt or any other GOP candidate tossed his moral fiber aside even temporarily. They are simply hypocritically looking at the candidates and using morality against them. It doesn’t matter to them, but it is far easier for them to play up a candidate’s alleged immorality than have to deal with actual political issues.

I’m sorry that Mr. Obama has been our president.  I’m sorry that people were so easily duped. At the same time, America has gotten what it bargained for with Mr. Obama.

It will be the same when the Antichrist steps onto the world’s stage. The world – at that point – will be getting what it bargained for and it won’t be pretty.  Oh, it will seem like the right decision at the time, but it won’t be long before the people of the world realize that they have essentially given rise to the devil incarnate!  Smooth talker, charismatic personality, extremely intelligent, exceedingly focused – that’s the coming Antichrist.  He will take the world by storm.

No, I’m not saying Mr. Obama is the Antichrist.  If he is, his curtain call has been way too soon.  What I’m saying is that people are too easily enamored with outward appearances and grand speech.  It has taken nearly four years for us to see the results of the Obama Administration’s presidency.  In truth, we saw many results very soon after he took the oath of office, but we waited, hoping that things would turn around.  They haven’t turned around and instead of the media forcing Mr. Obama to answer questions as to why he has not fulfilled his campaign promises, they let him slide as he continues to blame Bush.

I doubt seriously that Mr. Obama was forced to be the president of the United States.  He took the job of the highest office in the land and the buck should stop with him. It doesn’t and the media is perfectly fine with that.  In fact, the people who have “Obama in 2012” bumper stickers on their cars are obviously okay with that as well.

I’m not.  The United States deserves far better than we have had and have.  The past few presidents have really been appalling in many ways and it has simply gotten worse with Mr. Obama.

It seems though that it doesn’t matter to many that Mr. Obama made promises that he has not even attempted to keep.  Someone might say, “Well, he really didn’t know the full extent of the problem.”  Fair enough, but then he should have been intelligent enough not to say things that might come back to haunt him later.

None of it matters though when most of the media is in collusion with you.  That’s certainly the way it appears.  Mr. Obama makes promises and ignores them.  The media dutifully ignores the fact that Mr. Obama has ignored his campaign promises.

I am confident that authentic Christians have nothing to fear.  I am confident that God’s will is being done, whether that will is a reaction to this nation’s godlessness, or whether it is simply the chosen path of God because He needs to bring the Times of the Gentiles to that final stage.

I am confident that for all authentic Christians, God is watching over us like a mother eagle over her eaglets.  We are safely under His wings and nothing can touch us that does not touch Him first.  What could be safer?

God does not want His children to worry about the future.  He does not want us to bite our nails to the cuticles worrying over who will be the next president.  God has never vacated His throne.  He is fully in charge.

With this knowledge, we should be freed up to evangelize a lost world.  My wife and I have plans to take a missionary trip to India later this year.  We are praying about other possibilities as well.  We are extremely excited about what God is doing and doing in and through us.  He is in control! Ours is the business of worshiping the only wise God and taking His gospel to all the world.

While I care what’s happening in the world, I care more about what God is doing in this same world. How about you? Are you frightened about all the things that could happen this year? Don’t be! God is in control!

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  • 1. tracmick  |  February 3, 2012 at 9:29 AM

    Reblogged this on PUSHING BACK and commented:
    I so appreciate what this blogger has to say I decided to repost.

  • 2. Simon  |  January 31, 2012 at 7:56 PM

    Obama has had some notable achievements (at least from the liberal perspective): helped stem Bush’s financial meltdown; Obamacare; pull out of Iraq; START nuclear treaty with Russia; killing Osama bin laden; War in Libya etc.

    However, the quesiton is whether he should be judged by what he actually achieved, or by what he achieved compared against what he promised. If it is by the latter, then perhaps you are correct insofar as he promised heaven on earth with a lot of hype of ‘yes we can’, which he simply didn’t deliver. Most importantly, he has not delivered on the economy (although he has certainly done better than a host of European leaders), which Romney (if he is endorsed) will no doubt and should use as his major argument.

    No need to worry about Newt’s immorality (not sure if you can say it is just alleged) because Mitt appears to have the nomination in the bag now. I am not sure what your view on a Mormon President is (maybe you should do a post on it), and whether you consider LDS a ‘Christian Church’, but with all respect Mitt does appear to have better proof of fruits of the spirit than Newt. For example, Mitt may be the Mormon, but Newt is the one with the 3 wives.

    • 3. modres  |  February 1, 2012 at 9:00 AM

      It is difficult for people who do not live in the United States to truly appreciate our Constitution. Obamacare is not a good thing because it forces people to buy something and the question is whether or not the government has the right (under the Constitution) to do that.

      Secondly, if a person is a Muslim, you will not pay for it because it goes against their religious ideology. So, guess who pays for THEM? There are other exemptions as well.

      The nuclear treaty is nothing and will wind up being the same.

      Pulling out of Iraq is probably the wrong move, but it looks good to say that he had the soldiers home “by Christmas.” The void left by our troops will be quickly filled in with Muslim Brotherhood, making it worse than it was originally.

      The “war” in Libya is a kinetic military action, according to Mr. Obama. Had it been war, it would have needed to have been declared as such by Congress, not the president. Beyond that, the Muslim Brotherhood will fill the void just as they are doing in Egypt and other places, with the ouster of Mubarak. The “elections” don’t matter if people are not educated to know exactly what the Muslim Brotherhood is up to. Having elections makes it LOOK like a Democracy, but it’s not even close.

      The economy…Mr. Obama has tripled our national debt in spite of his campaign promises. He has brought the United States close to the problems that many European nations are suffering with, all because he knows only how to spend. Cutting 1 trillion dollars from the budget over a ten-year period is NOTHING, when you consider how many trillions he has spent and will continue to spend. We cannot afford it.

      Regarding Romney and Newt – you must be kidding. Romney has 84 delegates. He needs over 1,000. It’s still way too early to say who will be the GOP nominee, so I’m not sure how you’ve made the jump like you have.

      Regarding the candidates’ personal histories, I couldn’t care less. Bill Clinton made some major faux pas in office, yet in many ways, he did some good for this country. Regarding Romney’s religious views, I couldn’t care less about that either. The fact that Mormonism is defined as a cult doesn’t bother me if the man runs for president. After all, either Mr. Obama is an atheist or a Muslim. Mormonism, unlike Islam, is a personal thing between a person and the god they worship. Romney did not let his Mormonism control him as Governor and I doubt he’ll do the same if he is elected.

      It does not bother me about Newt either. That’s between him and his wives.

      If you want to throw stones at Newt, that’s up to you. The reality is that he has a great deal of experience – far more than Romney. Moreover, a person can be immoral and still make good decisions (cf. Bill Clinton and JFK, et al).

      Romney ran more than triple the ads in Florida that Newt did and they were severely negative ads. People are swayed and Newt probably should have run more ads himself.

      What concerns me is whether or not they support Israel and a number of other things.

      Romney’s healthcare bill is not far from Obamacare. That concerns me.

      Romney created a $100/year tax for each gun owned in his state while governor. That concerns me.

      Again though, people who do not actually live in the United States and make their living here probably have about as much reason to comment on things here as I would if I were commenting on your PM and/or living situation in your country.

      I think it is very difficult for people to honestly appreciate living under our Constitution because there is nothing else like it in the world.

      The bottom line with the GOP nomination process is that there is a long way to go. At this point, it is still anyone’s game – between Newt and Romney that is, so implying that the contest is over is naive.

      Yes, I was judging Mr. Obama by his own campaign promises and whether or not he filled them. He did not, therefore based on his own campaign promises, he’s a failure.

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