Allen West “Its’ Amazing to me how the Mainstream Media NEVER covered the Facts”


by Allen West

“It is amazing to me how the mainstream media NEVER covered the facts. We witnessed history today for sure: America reelected a failure. Now the immediate concern is shall the GOP be a courageous and loyal opposition or just further acquiesce and watch our next generation suffer? America needs the former, Obama and his liberal media propaganda machine will do everything to force the latter.”

MILLER: If Obama hadn’t been sworn in

Second inauguration shows the U.S. is worse off than four years ago

By Emily Miller – The Washington Times

In the 1946 film, “It’s a Wonderful Life,” an angel appears to the suicidal George Bailey to show him what the world would look like had he never been born. Bailey learns his friends and neighbors would be dead, living sinful lives or in financial ruin had he not been around to help over the years. With President Obama’s first term officially behind us, it’s worth considering what the United States would be like today had someone else taken the ceremonial oath of office.

The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office projections from January 2009 expected the 2012 deficit to be $264 billion, but Mr. Obama put us on a different trajectory. His guiding hand has brought the nation closer to financial ruin with a deficit of $1.1 trillion last year. By the time the next president delivers his inaugural address, our debt will have doubled from $10.6 trillion in 2009 to more than $20 trillion.

Mr. Obama promised “hope and change” without delivering either to those struggling to find work. Today’s unemployment rate of 7.8 percent is as high as it was when Mr. Obama came to office. There are 23 million people unemployed, underemployed or who have simply given up looking for work.

Thanks to Mr. Obama’s policies, 994,000 construction jobs and 757,000 jobs in manufacturing have been lost. Long-term unemployment benefits keep being extended because 5 million have found themselves out of work for over six months. It’s no wonder this grim economy has left 46 million people on food stamps.
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