REFLECTING ON OBAMA’S PAST DECISIONS.
That’s not saying much because all his decisions were bad. Sorry. Someone has to say it. Today his tepid endorsement of Joe Biden makes me reflect on his past decisions while president: His decision to tell the soldiers in Benghazi to “stand down” was bad. His decision to create a government run healthcare and tax those that didn’t sign up for it and to tax all medical equipment so high that hospitals had to order it from China was bad. His decision to put stiff emission regulations on the automobile industry was bad. His decision to have a secret nongovernmental email address with Hillary was bad. His decision to invest in Solyndra was bad. His decision to cover for Hillary during her obstruction of justice investigation was bad.
His decision to tell America that Benghazi was caused by a hateful video was bad. His decision to weaponize the IRS against conservative nonprofit groups was bad. His decision to tell the navy ship that got hijacked by Iran to “stand down” was bad. His decision to send 140 million in cash on pallets in the dead of night to Iran was bad. His decision to have the FBI come up with an “insurance plan” in case Trump won was bad. His decision to go into the Paris Climate Accord which would raise our oil prices was bad. His nuclear deal with Iran was bad. His decision to ruin our economy was bad. His immigration plans or lack thereof were bad. His political correctness with radical Islamic terror was bad. And his treatment of the Jewish was bad. And so on and so on.
But his worst decision and most impeachable was to weaponize the FBI and CIA to spy on the Donald Trump Campaign and other private citizens supporting Trump. Really, really bad and dumb.
So if choosing Biden was his BEST decision, that’s not saying much. Sorry.