Common Sense

We are just three years short of President Obama completing his mission of failure.  It will be then that we the people can take back and restore the course of the nation to what our founding fathers envisioned.

We can leave Obama’s legacy to the historians to sort out and they can be as flummoxed as he was in creating it.

I never thought a goal of failure would be something to reach for in life, but Obama has proven otherwise.

I guess if you are a progressive you want to take something that was ‘exceptional’ and make it less so leveling the playing field economically, militarily, racially, socially and financially, that is except for the ‘exceptional’ like the president and congress.

After all we live in a culture where political correctness declares even failures winners.  We all get the equivalency of the Nobel Peace prize even if we don’t deserve it.

That philosophically in itself is mind boggling for an American.  But then again we might not be talking about an American philosophy, sounds and looks more European.

However, I do believe mentor Saul Alinsky would have been proud of Obama’s leveling of the playing field, via his community organizing experience and degradation of a nation, even though the people thought they were voting for something else.  If you remember it was Joe the Plumber who really knew what was going on.

As a student of history I am appalled at what I’m witnessing, and disappointed in the voters of America that re-elected Obama to a second term after witnessing his poor performance during his first term.  They should be kicking themselves in the ass for incompetence and a lack of common sense.

As I segue into senior citizenship and will have all the wonderful benefits of ObamaCare, such as dying sooner than later, I have come to the conclusion that the most important intellect that one can have is common sense.

Yes, I call common sense an intellect primarily because it can’t be taught, you either have it or you don’t.  There are people with street smarts that have common sense and there are those with a Harvard education that are missing the common sense gene.  President Obama happens to fall into this category, not even recognizing when he’s in a chess game.

As Forest Gump said, “That’s all I’ve got to say about that.”