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Obama, Cigarette Taxes And What He Said

I felt compelled to write in response to John M. Fisher’s column, “We’ve got the right captain on the bridge,” (Jan. 27, page A6). For those of us who oppose abortion, the new president has approved federal tax dollars to fund overseas family planning agencies that either counsel abortions or perform them. I think that says a lot about our new leader’s high moral character that Fisher was touting.

Fisher also reflects on President Obama’s high intelligence. So far, President Obama has appointed a Treasury Secretary (Timothy Giethner) who doesn’t know how to pay taxes. I guess that makes Giethner highly qualified to lead the IRS as the new Treasury head. You got to wonder about the double standard here when the average citizen goes to jail or is fined into bankruptcy when they don’t pay their taxes for multiple years.

President Obama has also given us a new Secretary of State (Hillary Clinton), whose husband has received millions “donated” from every Middle Eastern leader with the exception of Israel’s. No conflicts of interest there. So much for Obama’s promise for transparency in government and the elimination of corruption.

On top of all of this, the new president intends to saddle the American people with another stimulus package totaling $800 billion that our grandchildren’s children will probably be paying back. I wasn’t too keen on the first stimulus plan, which still hasn’t worked, by the way. If the money actually went to the people that needed it, such as refinancing loans for people losing their homes or giving the money to small business owners where most of the job creation will get done, I wouldn’t be too upset. But buying up interests in Bank of America and Citigroup or propping up an auto industry with union employees that still can’t put out a good product is a waste of money. Need we even mention all of the special interest earmarks that the Democratically controlled Congress is trying to push through?

If Fisher actually listened to what Rush Limbaugh had said, he would have heard that Rush hopes President Obama’s liberal policies fail. In that, I am in agreement. The one area that Fisher really disappointed me is how he alluded to President Bush’s “dubious intelligence and moral caliber.” Since 9/11, President Bush’s top priorities have been to stop another attack on American soil and win the war on terror. He has been 100 percent successful.

After 9/11, no one in his or her right mind would have bet that we would not have another attack here seven years down the road. I just returned home from Iraq before the holidays, and I can say the progress made since my first trip there in 2004 has been hugely successful. Instead of cutting and running, what President Obama campaigned for, we can now leave with our heads held high with the hope that we have another trusted ally in the Middle East.

If you didn’t know things were going well in Iraq, you only have to look at the non-reporting done by the mainstream media. While under President Bush’s leadership, they made sure to report every negative story they could find, neglecting the successes that were made in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Since I have seen first-hand the outstanding work of our military in action in both countries, I have nothing but contempt for the corrupt reporting that most media outlets have done.

Of course, I’m sure that will all change with the new president and the slobbering love affair the media has for him. Let’s see how much negative reporting we see out of Afghanistan now that President Obama plans to make that the priority in the war on terror. While President Bush can take some of the blame for this global economy, we shouldn’t leave out the Democrats that have run Congress since 2006. Why doesn’t Fisher assign some of the blame for this economy on the greed of the financial institutions that made money selling bad loans to other companies? Why should our tax money be used to bail out these corrupt entities?

As a Christian, I will certainly be praying hard for President Obama with the hope that God will give him the wisdom to guide our country and keep us all safe from the Islamic fanatics that want to do us harm. With what I have seen in his first week of office, the president will need all the wisdom the Lord can provide him. As far as Fisher’s opinions go, I can do without the bigger boat/right captain at the helm analogy. What good did a bigger boat do for the captain of the Titanic?

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