Every time one of the president's critics writes in to complain about his record, it only exposes their woeful lack of depth and understanding of world and domestic politics. Most of the complaints are either general personal opinions based on nothing or parroted complaints of Fox TV.
Most of the educated American states went for his plan over a nebulous nondefined plan of his opponent to provide jobs. Mitt Romney made this claim despite years of conservatives complaining that the government does not create jobs. So we should believe that a job creation plan by trickle-down economics would provide jobs anyway. Right?
Opinions not based on facts are called baloney. The letter writers need to do more research.
The President did not accomplish anything? Tell that to the auto workers in Ohio. A young mother in Arizona said "The Affordable Care Act saved my daughter's life." Colin Powell said: "The actions he has taken with respect to protecting us from terrorism have been very, very solid." New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said: "I want our president to place scientific evidence and risk management above electoral politics."
It is time for the conservatives to recognize that it is not 1954 and the economics of that era no longer apply. It's time to reach a consensus or become as irrelevant as the Teddy Roosevelt's Bull Moose Party.
Joseph M. Reichert