Day 11 of President Obama closing the White House to the public dawns with increasingly hostile rhetoric between the president and Republicans. On Saturday at the last day of CPAC, Gov. Sarah Palin took the podium to chastise Obama for his endless campaigning against government policies, pretending to be working on fixing policies he himself has been implementing. Calling him out on lying about being the most transparent administration but instead refusing to do so much as pass a budget, Gov. Palin put Obama to shame over his bogus posturing.
Palin illustrated that leaders unite while campaigners divide saying,
“Leaders seek to bring Americans together to confront our challenges. And campaigners seek to divide and to conquer and to orchestrate crisis after crisis after crisis to exploit.”
Obama and the Democrats keep saying that they must raise taxes until government has enough income to cover their spending. The Obama government keeps taking money away from successful companies preventing them from growing and giving their money to loser companies maintaining them on life support long after they would have died. Republicans emphasize that Democrat’s way is not for the government to have a symbiotic relationship with the people, but a parasitic one.
Barack Obama’s transparency only exists on what he wants to show the people. He dismisses Republicans unless they agree with him just as a despotic king would. When he meets with them, it is always behind closed doors from which he emerges to declare that Republicans want to starve the poor and kick old people out on the streets. Obama continues to campaign as being fiscally responsible trying to hold back the Republicans from ravaging entitlements while blaming them for the economic destruction being done by Democrat policies.
Conservative critics emphasize that were the president to stop his campaigning and be seen to lead, then he would subject himself to the ire of a nation suffering from a continuing recession that he has called a recovery. There are still twelve million fewer Americans working than there were before Democrats took control of Congress in 2006. Private sector job growth has been almost stagnant, not even keeping up with population growth, while the president continues trying to sell the people on creating more government jobs. Rush Limbaugh pointed out that government has no money to pay for jobs except that money they take in taxation draining the private sector of life blood.