I still believe and now feel that Obama has demonstrated that he is the post-party transformational leader that we need. But it is pretty tough to get anything done when the GOP leaders (including a so-Called moderate one) claims that their number one agenda is to get Obama defeated. There is no question that we would have had a much better healthcare deal if the GOP was involved (we would have had capping on malpractice awards for one) and that would have been accepted as part of a bi-partisan deal if the GOP was more interested in getting a good bill passed than defeating it at any cost to the country. I’m glad that Obamacare was passed (or Romneycare for those who prefer to call it that), but the GOP’s obstruction made the bill worst than it needed to be.
My guess is that the etch-sketch candidate (appropriately named by one of Romney’s advisors) would be willing to extend the executive order on immigration that Obama made, but as everyone by now -including probably Corey – knows, Romney will make future decisions by which way the wind is blowing, and not by effective or principled leadership.
With just a few months to go before the election and after about seven years since Romney first started running for the presidency, the Romney campaign is still unable to explain how it it’s policies are different than Bush’s. Even it’s spokesmen on tv can’t articulate how Romney would be different than Bush. in fact, we have some reason to believe Romney will be even more extreme than Bush was.Share on Facebook