Barack Obama Says … Most People “Would Acknowledge That I’ve Tried Real Hard … Voters Need to Send a Message” … You Mean Like They Did in the 2012 Midterms?

 

Finally Obama’s 2012 election slogan … “I Tried Real Hard, but Failed – Reelect Obama/Biden 2012 for 4 more Years of Failure”.

Obama stated he “tried hard” … spoken like a man who has never run a company or ever had a real job. It is not about trying President Obama, its about accomplishing something for the positive and the good of “We the People”, not your socialist agenda. You tried, how lame. You were not supposed to try, you were supposed to lead.

In an interview with WLWT-TV in Cincinnati, OH Obama was asked what he would say to Cincinnatians who voted for him the last time and now on the fence, maybe unhappy, its so negative he said he was going to reach across the aisle. Barack Obama answered that most people “would acknowledge that I’ve tried hard” and “Part of what I think needs to happen in this election is the voters once again have to send a message.” Really Mr. President were you trying hard with your 101 rounds of golf and multitude of vacations?

Also, didn’t the American people send you and the Democrats a message in the 2010 midterm elections when the Democrat party was handed a shellacking? The American people sent a clear message that they wanted nothing to do with the Obama agenda and put Republicans in place to block his socialist agenda. The GOP took back the House, nearly won the US Senate, controlled majority of governors with 29 and picked up and unheard of 680 State legislature seats. However, instead of listening to the will of the people, Obama doubled down on his leftist-socialist agenda rather than moving to the center.

From Real Clear Politics:

“I suspect that most people in Cincinnati would acknowledge that I’ve tried real hard, and we haven’t gotten the Republicans to engage on a whole range of issues that, I wish had happened,” Obama said in an interview with WLWT-TV in Cincinnati, Ohio.

“Part of what I think needs to happen in this election is the voters once again have to send a message, ‘We want common sense ideas. We don’t folks who are just saying no to everything. Even stuff, traditionally [they] were in favor of,” Obama said.

Yea, he tried real hard with that failed $787 billion stimulus, the never ending unemployment rate above 8%, the anemic job growth, the out of control spending, record number of Americans on food stamps and the lying to the American people that Obamcare was not a tax. He tried alright.



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    2 Responses to “Barack Obama Says … Most People “Would Acknowledge That I’ve Tried Real Hard … Voters Need to Send a Message” … You Mean Like They Did in the 2012 Midterms?”

    1. A Texas Grandfather on July 7th, 2012 9:05 pm

      The American people will send another strong message to the socialist/democrats in 2012.

      The white house will no longer be occupied by its current occupant, the US Senate will no longer be the province of Harry Reid and maybe a thousand new conservative people will be administering towns,cities, states all across the country.

      The big problem is to prevent the democrats from stealing votes as they have for a hundred years.

    2. rightknight on July 7th, 2012 10:51 pm

      Soetoro IS working hard to get
      reasonable people to say ‘yes’
      to a bunch of Marxist gobbledegoop
      intended to turn them into slaves
      to the Regime….it just isn’t working!

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