Remember when Barack Obama came on the scene promising the American people that he would “fundamentally transform the United States of America”?
What was evident from the beginning was that the man doing the promising, although able to deliver flowery, inspirational speeches, did not have the necessary credentials that rational people usually demand from a prospective leader.
That’s why superficially smitten voters elected an unqualified person with a shadowy, secretive past, and in the process called a disaster down on not only their heads, but everyone else’s as well.
Nonetheless, and notwithstanding his best efforts, of late a dilemma has arisen for the president.
Did SCOTUS make the right decision on medical mandates for large businesses?
For five years the President has been wreaking mayhem on a public that, until recently, was usually more than willing to give him the benefit of the doubt. But like the horrendous Obamacare enrollment website, there seems to be a “glitch” that Mr. Obama didn’t factor into his equity-for-all equation.
This particular “glitch” is that people, no matter who they are or who they voted for, on the whole, are not reacting favorably to being a.) pushed around; b.) dictated to; or c.) herded like cattle to the slaughter.
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