Obama's policies will make poor, middle class suffer

2012-12-12T00:00:00Z Obama's policies will make poor, middle class suffer nwitimes.com
December 12, 2012 12:00 am

Barack Obama is a champion of death. In 2008, he stated that if he was elected energy and fuel prices would skyrocket, and he is doing his best to make it happen. The poor will die because of skyrocketing energy prices, and no entitlement program is going to help them  in this situation.

They will die of starvation because they will not be able to afford the extremely high prices on groceries. Truckers will have to increase rates, which will increase the prices on the groceries they deliver.

More of the middle class will become poor and die, too.

Consider jobs toast, too. Employers won't be employing because of the high overhead related to the skyrocketing prices.

Let's not forget the death panel in the Obamacare. They took the decision that was always between a doctor and patient and gave it to a bureaucracy, men who might not have any background in medicine or know the patient's medical history. Obama is the champion of death.

- Robert D. Deluca, Lansing

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