Velma Hart, the Woman who Told President Obama She was scared about her Financial Future & Tired of Defending Him Has Lost Her Job
Who would have ever thought that we would ever hear the name Velma Hart, ever again? Hey Velma, how’s that Obama “hopey, changey” stuff working for ya?
Yes Velma Hart … this is your new reality. It looks like “franks and beans” will be in Velma Hart’s future after all … Yet another dissatisfied Obama voter and supporter.
Velma Hart, the woman who embarrassed President Barack Obama on a national stage of the CNBC Town Hall and told the president that she was worried about her financial future and was exhausted of defending “The One’s” policies has been laid off and lost her job. How sad and ironic is it that the face of “WE THE PEOPLE” questioning President Barack Hussein Obama and his pathetic and failed job recovery and economic policies has in fact lost her job.
I’m also a mother, I’m a wife, I’m an American veteran, and I’m one of your middle-class Americans.
Quite frankly, I’m exhausted. Exhausted of defending you, defending your administration, defending the man for change I voted for, and deeply disappointed with where we are right now. I’ve been told that I voted for a man who said he was going to change things in a meaningful way for the middle class. I’m one of those people and I’m waiting, sir, I’m waiting.
From the Washington Post, Obama’s failed economic policies have cost yet another their job. I guess Barack Obama will not be counting Velma Hart as a job created or saved in his make-believe economic recovery data. I wonder how “exhausted” Velma feels today?
Velma Hart, who burst onto the media scene after telling President Obama she was scared about her financial future, has been laid off. Hart was let go as the chief financial officer for Am Vets, a nonprofit Maryland-based veteran services organization.
Hart has become another casualty of the tough economy in which so many people have lost their jobs.
“It’s not anything she did,” said Jim King, the national executive director of Am Vets. “She got bit by the same snake that has bit a lot of people. It was a move to cut our bottom line. Most not-for-profits are seeing their money pinched.”