Obama victory means four more years with no hope of change
The last thing I said during my closing remarks in a 2008 debate for state representative in Massachusetts was, “If you like the way things are, vote for the incumbent… and don’t complain.”
Democrats, you got what you wanted (and we can really point a finger at Obama’s media), gloat… and don’t complain.
When you continue to have problems finding a job and the government begins to run out of money to support the jobless, don’t complain.
Thus as college degrees become even more worthless while student loans bills hit the mailboxes, don’t complain.
As we will finally start to see what’s really going on the eastern seaboard post-Sandy, don’t complain.
Israel, I don’t know what to tell you.
When businesses start laying off union workers because few will have the disposable income to buy what they make, don’t complain.
When gas prices start to go back up because the oil cartels realize our drilling moratoriums will remain in place for at least another four years, don’t complain.
Should we have more tragic examples of “workplace violence”, don’t complain.
When more American embassies become terror targets and more American YouTube video creators are blamed, arrested, and jailed despite our First Amendment protection, don’t complained.
When single women have trouble finding eligible, working men to use that free birth control on, don’t complain.
When our healthcare system begins to resemble that of England (and eventually Cuba), don’t complain.
When illegal immigrants and radical religious elements are pandered to and the law-abiding are forced to live with the failed changes they demand, don’t complain.
And when the 47% becomes 50% or higher within the next few years, the takers outnumber the makers, and they demand we pay higher taxes to support them, don’t complain.
Look forward to an empowered TSA, EPA, IRS and don’t complain.
While running for Massachusetts state party chair in 2007, I ran into many in the loyal Romney machine that were in my face in disagreement that you could have all the money in the world but couldn’t win without a message. Mitt Romney had all the money needed but let the Obama campaign define him.
What’s sad is that former McCain losers were absorbed into the Romney campaign, and I fear many Romney losers will infiltrate and co-opt the next Republican presidential attempt.
During that 2008 campaign, I also said that those who support clearly failed leadership need to experience living in the dumpster water so they’ll finally see the clear difference in ideological directions.
That’s already happening in New York City. Democrats will have to live in it for four more years.