Who can support Obama?

Obama continues in his success to change America – I firmly believe for the worse. We have a minimum of two classes of citizens, thanks to Mr. Obama, a working class and a parasitic class.

Welfare has grown with a rapidity which amazes me. With more people out of work (including those who have stopped looking), his very obvious failing of "Obamacare,” 49 plus million receiving food stamps, a constantly ballooning debt that is now exceeding $17.6 trillion, unfunded liabilities of over $118 trillion, and no plans for anything except his misguided plans for a positive recovery.

He has guided our economy on a continuing downward spiral. Taxing corporations that pass all expense on to consumers doesn't make sense. Taxing the workers and giving it to non-workers cannot be a path to the betterment of our country.

He continues to display his lack of ability in developing a foreign relations program as he falls further behind all competing nations which are taking dominance in world affairs. He cannot speak one word against the Islamic Muslim radicals who seem intent on abolishing Israel. Can we be next? Iraq, Iran, Syria, all against anything pertaining to Western civilization, are allowed to grow and cultivate Jihad.

No leadership from the once great United States as Obama's narcissistic rhetoric blames everyone else for his failings. He can't or won't close the border, costing billions to care for lawbreakers entering our country.

His actions against Russia now look as though it may destroy the chicken industry in America. Yet he maintains an approximate 40 percent approval rating while breaking the laws he swore to uphold. I do not understand.

Keith Crosby

Newnan



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