Obama's poor leadership responsible for loggerhead

2012-12-26T00:00:00Z Obama's poor leadership responsible for loggerhead nwitimes.com
December 26, 2012 12:00 am

Obviously, Tom Pancheri is too informed to know that:

  • President Barack Obama has run up more debt than any other president in history.
  • Obama is the only president to ever have the U.S. credit rating lowered.
  • Obama has the only attorney general to ever be cited for contempt by Congress.
  • 1 in 6 Americans (47 million)¬†are on food stamps.
  • In 2014, a $63 per insured fee will be added to our medical insurance (great for small business).
  • According to insurance companies, deductibles, co-pays and premiums will rise while coverage will drop.
  • To cut costs, more businesses will drop insurance coverage thus throwing more people into government insurance.
  • Under Obama, the national debt has increased $30,000 (total $80,000) for every voting American.

He should have read Eugene Brown's and Jim Petro's letters on the same page.

A 51-48 voting margin is not a mandate.

Poor leadership as exhibited by this president is responsible for this legislative loggerhead.

- David Bashore, Valparaiso

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