Obama lied to the voters that he has been successful
"I think that I've learned some lessons over the last four years and the most important lesson I've learned is that you can't change Washington from the inside," said Comrade Obama.
Here is one for the record books. A candidate just lied to the voters about being a success. He lied that he has changed Washington and the nation while in office. Crazy.
Marxist-in-Chief - The lie is odd because on almost every front Comrade Obama has achieved his goal of a expanding the massive Big Brother State and re-distributing the wealth from those to earn it to those with "needs."
Obama and his Fellow Travelers in the Socialist Democrat Party have enormously grown the size and power of the Federal Government. That is a fact.
- World record spending to grow a centralized and all-powerful state
- Mountains of unconstitutional new government red tape to control private business
- A trillion dollar borrowed stimulus
- Socializing medicine that was even backed by the Supreme Court
- Increased Obamacare taxes to re-distribute the wealth
- Illegally granted amnesty for law breaking aliens living in the US
- Crony Capitalism
- More national debt than can ever be paid
Yes, Comrade Obama has changed government from the inside. Because of his policies what was left of a free America has come close to vanishing.
Obama should take credit for a Socialist victory.
"Disappearing" - Restore Our Future
Correctly Romney went on the attack.
"The president threw in the white flag of surrender. He said he can't change Washington from the inside," Mitt Romney told a crowd of supporters at a rally in Sarasota, Fla. "We're going to give him that chance in November, he's going outside. I can change Washington. I will change Washington. I will get the job done from the inside."
"His slogan was 'Yes, we can.' His slogan now is, 'No, I can't,'" said Romney. "This is time for a new president. He went from the president of change to the president who can't get change."
"I couldn't believe it when I heard him today," Romney continued.
The Republican hammered away at Obama's statement.
"Isn't that amazing? No wonder he's had such a hard time over the last four years," he said.