You Can Choose Your Friends But Not Your Relatives

As we end the holiday season, there may be someone out there who agrees with the headline of this article. I suspect President Obama would agree. Dr. Milton R. Wolf, a cousin of President Obama, published an opinion piece in the Washington Times yesterday about the Obama Presidency. He was not overly kind.

Dr. Wolf states:

 Mr. Obama may care deeply for America, but he believes in only one thing: Barack Obama. And you are not Barack Obama.

That seems a little harsh, but I would say that a President on a $4 million vacation when the country is struggling financially is a more than a little tone deaf.

Dr. Wolf further states:

As recently as this month, the food-stamp president of 13 million unemployed Americans declared himself the fourth-most-accomplished president in the history of the United States, eclipsing, in his own mind, President Reagan and even our nation’s father, George Washington. That in only three years. Barack the Magnificent won’t allow trivialities like $15 trillion debts or historic national credit downgrades dissuade him.

Please follow the link to the Washington Times and read the entire commentary. Dr. Wolf notes our loss of freedom under the Obama Administration (the government is taking over health insurance, telling us what cars to buy, and limiting our choice of light bulbs).

This election needs to be an election of change–we need to get rid of the Washington political class. I am waiting to see who emerges as the Republican candidate to see if that will happen. I am willing to support anyone except Ron Paul.

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4 thoughts on “You Can Choose Your Friends But Not Your Relatives

  1. There is no rss feed–I’m not a techie, and I apologize that I have no idea how to create one!

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