Today Canada Free Press (CFP) is launching the ‘End the Bush Era Vote Out Obama’ campaign.
‘End the Bush Era Vote Out Obama’ is really the first of many messages we hope to send from the ‘Send Obama Packing’ campaign’ through the CFP ‘Paper Boy’.
No one depicts the campaign better than CFP resident cartoonist ‘Dag Barkley’ who designed the CFP Paper Boy caricature to send the message over the Internet.
Barkley, whose other cartoons have been gracing the CFP cover of late, says he was “born beneath a loaf of ‘wry’ bread that took time to rise”. “A long-time patriot of the American flag-waving sort, his cartoons are about opening eyes to what is happening in the world, one panel of sadly true humor at a time.”
In the oppressive, almost four years since Obama has been in the White House, he’s worked to replace the Constitution with the Fundamental Transformation of America, to turn the 236-year-old Republic over to a Socialist State.
Obama’s message has never changed. Mocking patriots and freedom lovers through a Teleprompter, Obama has remained relentless even though his policies hurt real people through massive home and job loss.
Freedom has frittered away under Obama.
Quietly but surely came a sea change this week. The imperiously relentless Obama is now trying to walk back two of his campaign cornerstones, his obsessive blaming former president George W. Bush for the havoc he has wreaked, and the incredulous walk back attempt of his words, “If you got a business, you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen.”
Obama is only pushing the Blame Bush fiat under the bus now because November 6 elections make it crucial to switch the blame to opponent Mitt Romney.
Trying to take back his “you didn’t build that” statement only came because Obama now recognizes he may have dropped his mask too soon.
The ‘End the Bush Era Vote Out Obama’ campaign will follow Obama down the wire right up to to Election Day.
It took almost four years of blaming Bush before the tables began to turn on Obama’s “blame Bush” trademark survival strategy.
“Just last month, NBC’s David Gregory suggested that the Obama campaign should really start thinking about cranking up the Bush blame (as if that’s never occurred to them), but these days that particular brand of retro-scapegoating is falling on increasingly skeptical ears,” writes Doug Powers. ( Michellemalkin.com, July 24, 2012).
In other words, Obama’s main peg has finally run out of the oxygen of credibility.
As Powers points out, “two-thirds of likely voters say the weak economy is Washington’s fault, and more blame President Obama than anybody else, according to a new poll for The Hill.
“It found that 66 percent believe paltry job growth and slow economic recovery is the result of bad policy. Thirty-four percent say Obama is the most to blame, followed by 23 percent who say Congress is the culprit. Twenty percent point the finger at Wall Street, and 18 percent cite former President George W. Bush.
“The results highlight the reelection challenge Obama faces amid dissatisfaction with his first-term performance on the economy.
“The poll, conducted for The Hill by Pulse Opinion Research, found 53 percent of voters say Obama has taken the wrong actions and has slowed the economy down. Forty-two percent said he has taken the right actions to revive the economy, while six percent said they were not sure.
“Which is why we’re seeing a new approach: Obama inherited the economy from Mitt Romney.”
When it comes to the fine art of Marxist table turning, Obama may end inflicting upon himself the same fate he is prescribing for average Americans by ensuring that they have nowhere to run from capture by Socialism. In his case: nowhere to run from the truth.
End the Bush Era Vote Out Obama.
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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com, and Glenn Beck.
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