The Chicago Torture Is Obama’s REAL Legacy…

Folks, it is almost over. On January 20th at noon it will officially be over. I actually plan on baking a cake for that day to share with family and friends. I have actually never been so overjoyed in my entire life.

After eight long years, thankfully, the second term of President Barack Obama is finally coming to an end. On his way, out of office, the President has issued more executive orders, set aside 1.65 million additional acres for national monuments, released more prisoners and tried to find as many ways as possible to politically handcuff his successor.

Along with his continual executive overreach, the President should be remembered for expanding the federal debt by almost $10 trillion, giving us a stimulus plan with no “shovel ready jobs” and forcing upon the American people the unworkable and disastrous Obamacare legislation that will hopefully be repealed in short order.

Obama also decimated our military, allowed ISIS to gain a foothold in over 30 countries, unlawfully granted amnesty to millions of illegal aliens, and presided over an administration littered with corruption from the IRS to the Department of Justice.

While the unemployment rate is listed at 4.7% in the last report, the real health of the nation’s economy can be measured by the 95 million Americans who are no longer in the workforce. This number has increased by 15 million during the Obama years, surpassing any job growth that was created during his two terms.

 Many of the jobs created during the Obama years were in the service sector, filled with positions that are characterized by low wages and poor working conditions.  Today, millions of Americans are forced to work two jobs just to pay the bills, while others are so dejected with the lack of decent jobs in the economy that they have stopped looking for work and resorted to government assistance or private charity just to survive.

One result of poor economic conditions is an increase in crime. In 2016 there has also been an upsurge of violence in many urban areas and more law enforcement officers were killed. According to Steven Weiss of the Officer Down Memorial Page, in the last year, there was a “61 percent increase in law enforcement officers shot and killed” compared to the previous year.

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