President Obama reveals more than he should during an election year

It was Obama’s “Etch-A-Sketch” moment – a hundred times over.  The president said it plain, loud and clear in front of the microphones and camera for the whole world to hear, and it should be a concern to every voting American.

In a meeting with outgoing Russian President Dmitri Medvedev in Seoul, South Korea, President Obama said, with clear conviction and total confidence, that he will be re-elected in November.  Apparently he has no concerns about the November election.


Oh yeah – and by the way, I almost forgot.  In a minor sidebar with Medvedev, he essentially said that he will be in a better position to sell out U.S. nuclear security interests after he is re-elected.  He just needs a little time to look tough and decisive for the election.

Now that’s believable.

Glenn Gogoleski
On a quest to share the virtues of capitalism, entrepreneurship, laissez-faire economics and personal responsibility to those that will listen. On top of being an avid sledhead, Glenn enjoys fine cigars, 2nd amendment rights (while he still has them), and the circus-like spectacle that is modern politics.