In a February 8 Washington Times column, Ted Nugent wrote that "there are some Americans who think Mr. Obama is out to destroy America or at to least reduce the country to the equivalent of a Third World country." He then added, "Sadly, it's hard to argue with the flow of evidence."
From Nugent's column:
Main-street Americans do not believe America is respected by the international community; they shake their heads in disbelief that communist China is poised to surpass the U.S. economically and think Mr. Obama has it all wrong - from energy to spending. To be fair, we can't lay all of our problems on his doorstep, but we can blame him for exacerbating them and creating new and tremendously expensive problems. Things are so bad that there are some Americans who think Mr. Obama is out to destroy America or at to least reduce the country to the equivalent of a Third World country. Sadly, it's hard to argue with the flow of evidence.
With the exception of bloodsuckers, unions and Fedzillacrats, Americans don't trust Mr. Obama. In fact, Americans have little trust and confidence that our bloated federal government can get anything right. This lack of trust and confidence by the American people in government and Mr. Obama is his and our biggest problem, and claiming he is studying the Reagan presidency is not going repair his image. The American people are smarter than that.