Que Pasa

It would appear that ruling is much much different than campaigning.  Mr. Obama has failed to deliver on many of the promises that he made while he was on the trail.  However, ones concerning International Diplomacy make me giggle the most.

See, things like the economy and health care, these are things that can be “seen”.  That is, they are not secret, kept under tabs or otherwise covered up.  But this diplomacy thing?  Please.  It’s ALL secret.  And he should have know that.  Which either make him naive or those who voted for him naive.  I mean, just look at Cuba:

Rebuffed this month by skeptical lawmakers when it sought finances to buy a prison in rural Illinois, the Obama administration is struggling to come up with the money to replace the Guantanamo Bay prison.

Officials now believe that they are unlikely to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and transfer its population of terrorism suspects until 2011 at the earliest.

I mean, come on.  This man RAN on promises and hope.  What else Ought we expect.  He didn’t run on a body of work that he could call upon and say “I have done this and that, so therefore it is reasonable that you can count on me.”  No.  He ran on HOPE.  And it is becoming more and more clear that we can only hope.  Hope for change.  This guy is a disaster.

2 responses to “Que Pasa

  1. Nope, he’s getting health insurance reform when presidents have been trying for nearly a century. That will be a major accomplishment and Obama’s legacy. And he hasn’t even been president a year yet. 🙂

    • he’s getting health insurance reform

      We’ll see. However, given that, there are two important points to consider:

      1. The bill that most likely will be passed has no resemblance to anything that he promised.

      2. There is a very good reason why Presidents haven’t been able to pass health insurance legislation in the past 100 years — It’s a singularly horrible idea.

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