Response to "Afraid"
In response to Richard Grover’s scathing denunciation of the Obama administration’s handling of this country’s domestic and foreign affairs in the Citizen on May 30, 2013.
The suggestion of impropriety in any governing institution, regardless of political affiliation, would warrant an intense degree of scrutiny. At this time, the most grievous and damning impropriety is the Republicans’ attempt to achieve governing paralysis and then to assign the blame for it on anyone but themselves.
It is now blatantly obvious that the hierarchy of the Republican Party is wrought with frenzied, panic-stricken desperation. This is evidenced by their pathetically frantic ranting in unison of deliberate and intentional factual distortion, demeaning innuendo, personal insults and outright lies. All this petty, juvenile, meaningless trivia is intended as a diversion to fact that the prime agenda of the Republican party is devoted not to governing , but only to that of discrediting those who are striving to do so in the best interest of the American electorate.
In spite of intense Republican obstructionism, the country is in the process of recovering from a Republican incited economic disaster. Two costly military exercises are coming to a conclusion. Osama bin Laden is no longer a factor in this country’s home land security, jobs are coming back and would flourish if were not for the Republicans opposition to repairing this nations crumbling infrastructure.
Wake up guys, because I am sure that all this will be taken into consideration by the midterm electorate.