Michael Moore: I Think People Should Start to Practice the Words ‘President Romney’

August 31, 2012 at 7:11 am (Michael Moore, President Obama, President Romney)

Hope has faded even from one of liberalism’s biggest supporters – Michael Moore.  In an interview this week, Moore stated that “people should start to practice the words President Romney”.

So do we…  And this pathetic amateur hour will finally be placed in the annals of history, and quickly forgotten.

President Obama has set a course that will leave his legacy as no more than a footnote in American presidential history.  For all of the bluster and glory, for all of the pomp and circumstance, and yes, for all of the anticipated hope and the promised change, the whirlwind of hype and expectation surrounding the president a mere four years earlier has virtually dissolved.

He was the man destined to save this country from his predecessor’s failures.  He was the man who would end the war in Iraq, finish the war in Afghanistan, and shut down the prison at Guantánamo Bay.  He was the man charged with rescuing the faltering American economy.  He was the man who would usher in a post-racial era in an allegedly inherently racist American society.  And he was the man who had been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize based not on tangible accomplishment, but simply upon these very expectations.

On all of these accounts, President Obama has been a striking failure.

Years from now, recognition of Obama as a transcendent president will long be forgotten, and the era of the man who was to save America will be nothing more than a footnote in history.

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