President Obama famously—or infamously—said at the beginning of his term that if things didn’t get better in the next three years, he should be a one-term president. I would like to hold him to that promise. But then, he’s not been too good at keeping his promises:
Some people believe he deserves special recognition for this feat. Here’s one suggestion:
He has his solutions to the national debt problem. Here’s one:
Don’t like that one? Well, here’s another:
Of course, it’s not just on the issue of the national debt that he’s gone astray. When he took office, the average price of gasoline was about $1.80, after President Bush took action to open up more offshore drilling sites. Obama has cut back severely on those permissions. Is that perhaps one of the reasons we’ve seen a spike that may soon set a record? Already gas prices for this time of the year are at an all-time high. What’s he going to do about it?
Here’s a concise summary and the president’s proposed plan of action:
I don’t think so.