I am most pleased and happy that your candidate, Barack Obama, won the presidential election, and that Mitt Romney, who actually held a real job, lost. I'm happy because of all the "firsts" Obama has achieved during his first term.
He is the first president in U.S. history to, in his words, lead from behind. He is the first president to go abroad and apologize for America's greatness. He is the first president to preside over the downgrade of our credit rating.
Obama achieved another first in getting his Affordable Health Care Act pushed through Congress despite opposition from American citizens. This Act will impose a tax that is so onerous it would eliminate nearly 43 million jobs, subtract $3.5 billion from local communities and impose a 2.3 percent excise tax on all medical devices, as an example. He is the first president to raise our country's deficit to a breathtaking $16 trillion.
Obama has accumulated more debt in less than four years then all 41 U.S. presidents from George Washington to George H.W. Bush. He is the first president since World War II to be re-elected with an unemployment rate at nearly 8 percent and a gross national product that is so low it would embarrass a third-world country. Finally, he will be the first president since Nixon who would be found complicit in a cover-up greater than Watergate -- the debacle in Benghazi, Libya, where an ambassador and three other Americans were killed on American soil.
This will result in another first: Obama's impeachment.