When he was running for President, I dubbed him The Rottenest Man Who Ever Ran (I was being kind).
When he began his term, I called him The Most Dangerous Man Alive (I should have said "person"… or "animal".
Recently, I said that Barack Obama in The Most Dangerous Man Who Ever Lived (in the entire universe).
Since I'm prone to exaggerate for effect, some may have felt I was doing just that with each new title I conferred on The Entity.
But as you're seeing, the threat Obama poses is actually beyond description, and since America is the only force on Earth that maintains freedom and order, if we fall, the world immediately descends into what was formerly only seen in science fiction movies.
And with the latest news of Obama's attempt to dismantle America's nuclear deterrence, we will, if we aren't already, perilously close to abrogating our responsibility to humanity and abandoning the protection of our citizens.
All we have to do is look at Israel to see what would happen if that country were to do the sort of things America is doing – it would quickly be overrun and every last Jew would be killed.
Such is the benevolence of the Religion of Peace.
Whether America and the planet will face such an immediate threat is unclear, but there is no doubt that dropping our defenses will have long-term and dire consequences. In my opinion, this constitutes nothing less that a failure to uphold the Oath of Office for the Presidency.
The problem is that people move slow, and the Congress, at least prior to the health care undermining of America, moves even slower, so there's no doubt that impeachment proceedings would not begin until long after the damage became apparent (which is now for you and me, but Congressmen more incentives, if you get my drift).
We can blame Obama of course, but the fact is that Americans voted themselves what were getting. Maybe the majority appears not to like the result now, but America has no mechanism for swift reversal of voter "miscalculation," and even if Congress were to change hands in November, that won't change anything that's already been put in place.
In short, our security grows more tenuous by the day, and we can't even be confident that the ordinary citizen even yet sees the light, and by "ordinary," I mean the sort of people who appear on Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader.
Clearly the majority wasn't in 2008.
And even if our education system had improved since, which it hasn't, something tells me that very few people who voted for Obama have gone back to school…