Obama: America May Not Be Successful

There are some things that a leader should never state, claim or even let cross his mind.  Unfortunately for President Obama he seems to have crossed a line to the dark side when discussing the possibility of GOP taking over leadership.

In a recent address to supporters at a campaign event, Obama stated the following: “Our kids are going to be fine.  And I always tell Malia and Sasha, look, you guys, I don’t worry about you . . . they’re on a path that is going to be successful, even if the country as a whole is not successful.”

Never mind the fact that that statement wreaks of narcissism and is drenched in hypocrisy while being weighed down by elitism and focus on the detail that clearly states Obama thinks there is a chance that America will never be beautiful again.

As the elected leader of the United States of America he should never let the mind set of defeat or failure cross his mind.  If those evil thoughts creep up and begin to linger he has to bury them so deep that they will never cross his lips.

A strong man can not have his actions being second guessed and by saying that there is a chance that America will not be successful hinders his ability to lead as the general public falters with whatever remaining confidence they have in him.

It is a puzzling statement by a President who has tried tirelessly to align himself with the working class.

As soon as it left his mouth it became official.  There is no spinning or backtracking on this one.  President Obama does not have unwavering faith that America will succeed.

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