Afterburner: Three years of Obama’s “leadership”

Yeah, I used “leadership” in quotes. Bill Whittle’s Afterburner reviews just some of the scandals which many believe to be the result of a totally incompetent administration … simply because they have no idea what they are doing as it relates to executive leadership. Ideological driven failure.

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In his last Afterburner of 2011, Bill Whittle takes a look at the state of this country three years into Obama’s rule and has amassed a list of breathtaking failures bound to stun and/or depress champions of smaller government. Solyndra, Fast & Furious, the Keystone Pipeline and the deficit are just a handful of the scandals that make Bill’s blood boil. So what do we need to do in 2012 to counteract Obama’s policies? Take a look.

6 replies
  1. Marilyn
    Marilyn says:

    It will take someone with strong leadership skills to undo what Obama has done.? For me the only one running? who has demonstrated those skills is Newt Ginrich.

    • Lynn
      Lynn says:

      I agree Newt is the only candidate who has actually accomplished cutting the budget. The standard for GOP nominee? should not be perfection, that is impossible. It should be that President Obama is so amateur and pathetic as illustrated by this amazing video that ANY of the GOP candidates would be better.? If we fail to unite behind a GOP candidate, we will have President Obama again. I am heartened that a Democrat Senator from VA has worked to make it possible for GOP nominees to get on the ballot in the primary. Finally we have a Patriot who believes in doing what is best for the country.

  2. JBS
    JBS says:

    Bill Whittle?s Afterburner review is a good start. Michelle Malkin’s “Culture of Corruption” has a lot more of the shear, in your face, hypocrisy, nepotism, influence peddling, crony capitalism and Chicago machine-style politics — and more.
    Clinton may have parsed words and Bush (43) may be viewed poorly by some, but our current president is a truly bad person who has surrounded himself with bad people. He really acts like he is above the law; more like laws are for other people, not him.
    It is astonishing that he has not yet been impeached. There is hope and change thing.

  3. RoBrDona
    RoBrDona says:

    Unfortunately, true narcissists never fail in their own minds.? Apparatchiks and henchmen can always be blamed for any and all failure and then thrown under the bus. Even when he is finally replaced, and he will be, The O will never admit that his actions were failures or hurt America. He is to be pitied as a soulless, empty suit: the uncrowned king of the Victim Class. ? ? ?

  4. jjflynn
    jjflynn says:

    The disgraceful litany of abject failure in Bill Whittle?s video is something that all American?s should have understood was possible before Obama was elected. The fact that he was elected is a sad commentary on the state of America politically, culturally and especially morally. Allowing all our country has achieved through hard work, blood and treasure with God?s help to be threatened is morally wrong. It shows we have become a people that are more interested in appearance and distraction than substance and truth. The fact that anyone can even think that Obama can be reelected after all the destruction he, the Democrats and their policies have wrought is even more discouraging. I could and will vote for any of the Republican candidates except Ron Paul whose foreign policy could be even more destructive than Obama?s if that can be imagined. Thankfully I don?t believe he will be the candidate. ?However somehow if Obama does get reelected, that will be it for the USA as founded. The strangle hold of socialist policies especially Obama care (see Ronal Regan?s 1961…

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