Friday, October 7, 2011

The Blame Game

It seems every day that I turned the TV on there is president Obama having a news conference or pitching his job Bill or stimulus bill.

After listening to all the rhetoric and spin it seems that we are playing an endless blame game. The unemployment rate has been around 9% for most of 2011 was over 9% for 2010 and a lot of 2009 and it is predicted to remain above 8% until at least 2014.

I do not give all the blame to the Obama administration. The last year in office President Bush really did nothing to help and added to national debt. The Congress seems to be fighting among themselves and accomplishing absolutely nothing also. They have the lowest rating in history I think it hoovers around 3% of approval of the American people. But I have noticed president Obama does not take any of the responsibility or blame for our economic problems at all. He has blamed everything from the earthquake and floods in Japan, to the Arab spring, to Congress and gas prices. He trying to run far away from any type of blame. He seems to have forgotten how deep in debt he has put our country and still wants to spend more money. Soon it will be the time for the American people to speak as 2012 is just around the corner. Rather than blame everybody on the planet president Obama should stand up and take control and tried to solve this problem with the help of his GOP rivals. Now is not the time to play politics. The present administration doesn't seem to understand this but I think they will in 2012 when president Obama becomes a one term president as in the case of Jimmy Carter. I wonder who he will blame then?

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