What Kind Of Creep Tries To Take Credit For Accomplishments He Tried To Stop?

Barack Obama is that type of creep.

Our nation’s future depends on secure, domestic energy production, and President Obama has taken unprecedented steps toward making America an energy leader once again. He’s pursuing an “all of the above” energy strategy to develop all of America’s natural resources – wind, solar and biofuels, oil, gas, clean coal, and nuclear – and we’ve made incredible progress.

Energy: Clear benefits of Obama’s forward-looking agenda

The A-Hole in chief promised to bankrupt the coal industry, raise costs for natural gas, and shut down the Keystone pipeline. He has given billions to Hugo Chavez to develop their oil. Hopefully he will finish his career in Gitmo.

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6 Responses to What Kind Of Creep Tries To Take Credit For Accomplishments He Tried To Stop?

  1. Bob Koss says:

    He’ll do or say anything if he thinks it can benefit him. The man has no shame. Look at what he is using to raise campaign funds.

    Simply disgusting!

  2. Michael says:

    They found some of his guns in Columbia. I thought it was just Mexicans that got Obama-care in the form of weapons.

    Gibson’s (one of the large PNG trucking companies) just bought a boat load of rail cars to transport bitumen from Canada to the Gulf Coast to bypass Obama’s obstruction on Keystone. Shipping oil by rail must be far more environmentally responsible than shipping it by pipeline.

    The Obama administration has no clue. Unfortunately, Romney’s 47% sound bite goof just handed the presidency to a Kenyan, oops Hawaiian, for another 4 years.

    • gofer says:

      The MSM would like people to believe Romney’s 47% comment hurt him however, according to Rasmussen, the majority agrees with him.

      “Americans strongly believe that there is too much government dependency in the country today. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 64% of Adults think there are too many Americans dependent on the government for financial aid. Just 10% think not enough Americans are dependent on the government…”

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