To the editor:
The Peter Principle is: "Politicians tend to rise to the level of incompetence." Historians are leaning toward confirmation that Jimmy Carter and Barack Obama are award winners - the latter with a tremendous lead.
In 2008 the Socialist Progressives' choice for a winner had to be a man with an elephant sized ego, a tongue glib enough to tell people to go to H... and make them look forward to the trip and have the organizing skill of avoiding responsibility and accountability for his actions.
Our leader claims to be oblivious or out of the loop about Benghazi; Fast and Furious; Internal Revenue violations; attempt to neuter the Second Amendment; wasting billions of dollars on energy solutions; foreign policy that makes us the laughingstock of most of the United Nations; spying on our allies who now hold us in complete disdain. The list goes on and on. His claim was "I wasn't informed."
I would expect his next comments would be, "Come on Michelle, now that I have the country on automatic pilot, I'll grab Air Force One, you take Air Force Two, send the dog to the beach on a chopper and we're off to an exotic richly deserved multi-million dollar vacation that is a cheap price for my many talents."
Can we blame Mr. Obama for relegating our country to the brink of disaster? No, I don't think we can. While he served in the Senate, he was no shining star. He wore a trace of the Peter Principle stain. The Progressives saw the stain spreading and chose him as an ideal candidate. I believe he can be placed in one of three categories: 1. Complete incompetence. 2. Prone to telling falsehoods. 3. A chronic liar.
The flagship of Obama's administration is The Obama Unaffordable Health Plan. This plan will accomplish the Socialized Progressives' plan of reducing the United States to a Third World status with rationing or elimination of reasonable care for certain groups of people. This can be stopped if the voters of all parties who I believe are now realizing we're at the point of no return, put up the road blocks and throw out the barricades that will avoid the trip over the cliff and bring it to a halt.
This man knew that millions of people would lose their insurance and I say to those of you who put him into office - shame on him! Those of you who now stand idly by and do nothing about the problem - shame on you! You are the problem.
Charles E. Deibert