Obama's Great Fraud

Lurita Doan President Obama has a sneaky technique: co-opt Bush Administration accomplishments and repackaged them as Obama Administration successes. So far, the technique has worked pretty well. Obama refuses to accept any responsibility for bad news, overwhelms Americans with overlapping dramas, finger-pointing and blame-gaming all designed to divert attention from Obama Administration failures.

Americans need to ask themselves: at what point in time will they ask Obama to generate his own successes and take responsibility for his Administration’s failures?

Administrations often advance selective policies of previous administrations—that’s just good government. For example, the Clinton commitment to historic preservation, Save America’s Treasures, was continued by the Bush Administration, then expanded by First Lady Laura Bush as “Preserve America”. George Bush’s No Child Left Behind was an expansion of Lyndon Johnson’s Elementary and Secondary Education Act. Expanding and continuing policies is nothing new, but Obama has been “unprecedented” in the degree to which he has embraced Bush policies without giving credit where credit was due. More: http://worthreading.ning.com/profiles/blogs/obamas-great-fraud?xg_source=msg_mes_network