President Obama continues to be in denial about why he lost the 2010 election. He arrogantly believes that voters did not understand what he has been doing the past two years.
Wrong, Mr. President. We heard you loud and clear. What you need to do now is take off the ideological ear plugs and hear what the voters have told you in this election: we reject your ideology that government should pick winners and loser in the economy, that government should take an ever expanding role in our lives and that America is not exceptional and has to apologize to the rest of the world for its actions before the era of your presidency.
What we told you is not hard to understand: we reject your policies and beliefs; we believe that what has made America great and unique among nations is the idea that our government should be limited in what it can do by the Constitution; we believe that the federal government has become too large and powerful, spends too much and taxes us too much; we believe that the right policies to get our economy to grow again is to remove uncertainty by stopping your socialist policies. We need to cut spending and regulation, cut taxes and stop unconstitutional mandates such as forcing individuals to buy health insurance. You and the politicians in Congress are not absolute rulers who can impose their will on the American people. You and our elected representatives are in Washington to listen to us and serve us, not the other way around.
If you continue to be in denial about what the American voters have told you, we will exercise our rights in 2012 and ensure that you will be a one-term president and that your party will be in the minority until it reforms. We don’t really think that you are capable of changing, but we believe it is only fair to tell you our terms under which we accept elected politicians in Washington.