Mr. Obama Will Lose, If….! : ThyBlackMan

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Mr. Obama Will Lose, If….!

September 5, 2012 by  
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( Themain reason the Republicans are now able to make inroads into the base of Democratic support is because Mr. Obama and the Democratic Party have no job creation plan. Mr. Obama and his advisors appear to have made a mistake in thinking they could restrict the major topic of debate of this election to rich vs. poor. Having made inroads, the Republicans are using a classic maneuver of creating confusion when it comes to medicare and foreign policy. The Republican Party’s thrust into the base of Democratic support and assault on independents appears to be gaining traction.

However, the breach which allowed this advance was the lack of a credible job creation plan and this Administration’s under estimation of the ability of the Republicans to redefine the major topics of debate in this election. The unemployment report for August coming out next week, will be a negative for the Obama Administration, as it will likely show an increase in black unemployment as blacks bear the brunt of this downturn. This
will add more fuel and momentum to the Republican Party’s, “take no prisoners,” assault upon the Democrats. Adding even more fuel to what appears to be a well thought out plan of attack, is the ton of money Mr. Romney has yet to spend!

There is only one thing that will stop this juggernaut of devastating verbal
attacks in its track and that is, this Administration’s articulation of a clear
job creation plan.

Mr. Romney’s march to victory in November is being fueled in part by Democrats who thought they could ignore the cries of the poor and unemployed. Had they simply acknowledged the pleadings of the poor and unemployed and raised concern about Mr. Obama’s approach when it came to  addressing the issues of the unemployed and poor people of this country, maybe this Administration would have recognized the need to adopt a credible plan to handle those issues. These are Democrats and Obama supporters who did not and still do not, to this day even as this article appears, think there is any value in legitimate criticism of the practices of this President. This Administration did not have the wisdom or the vision of seeing the stifling of legitimate criticism could lead them to under performing in the critical area of job creation. As the unemployment rate for black Americans rose, there was no one who took up their cause, as this President neutralized the voices of the political pressure groups such as the Congressional Black Caucus and the NAACP.

There are to this day no headlines stating the black male unemployment rate has reached 14.8%. We, who are concerned about this disturbing rise, are holding our collective breath as we wait for the August unemployment report which is due out on September 7th.

The Republican Party’s strategy is pretty clear. Having breached the perimeter of support for this President and the Democratic Party, they are marching toward November with guns blazing asking the question, as Representative Ryan intimated, “Where are the jobs this Administration promised the people?” You can look for Mr. Romney and his contingent of disciplined troops to ask that question incessantly. They will not allow this President to run away from that question and rightfully so, as unemployment is the number one issue of black communities throughout this country. And guess what, the Republicans are betting that, if Mr. Obama and the Democratic Party are unable to reasonably answer that question, Mr. Obama will lose! You see, he can not answer that question by criticizing the Republicans for not endorsing the American Jobs Act, because the Republicans will say the passage of that act would have increased an already bloated federal budget. Mr. Obama cannot blame Mr. Bush either for being handed a bad economy, because as you have already seen, their reply will be, he was given $800 billion dollars and 4 years to fix the economy, yet there are no jobs.

Democrats, however, can still out maneuver Republicans if they start thinking
outside the box and bring a national job creation plan to the table. That is all
the American people really want! The American public, I think recognizes Mr.
Romney’s plan of tax cuts for the rich and budget cuts are not the answer
either. However, just like Mr. Obama, when he ran four years ago, the American voter is willing to give the new guy a chance. So what should an ardent supporter of Mr Obama do? Shake off your inhibitions and e-mail or go on the face book pages of your congressional representatives and suggest they give the Davis Deficit Neutral Stimulus Plan a fair hearing. Be sure to leave the web address of It’s the least you can do at this point! Otherwise we may all wake up on November 7th to the following headline:

Romney Wins!

Mitt Romney wins the Presidential election. Republicans regained the Senate and held onto a majority in the House of Representatives. It was a repudiation of Mr. Obama’s polices by the electorate. This ensures a conservative Supreme Court and federal judiciary for years to come as judges retire and leave office.

Staff Writer; James Davis

More information about JD and his Deficit Neutral Stimulus Plan Can be founded at



15 Responses to “Mr. Obama Will Lose, If….!”
  1. amber says:

    “Utopianism also attempts to shape and dominate the individual by doing two things at once: it strips the individual of his uniqueness, making him indistinguishable from the multitudes that form what is commonly referred to as ‘the masses,’ but it simultaneously assigns him a group identity based on race, ethnicity, age, gender, income, etc., to highlight differences within the masses.”

  2. amber says:

    “Especially threatening, therefore, are the industrious, independent, and successful, for they demonstrate what is actually possible under current societal conditions—achievement, happiness, and fulfillment—thereby contradicting and endangering the utopian campaign against what was or is. They must be either co-opted and turned into useful contributors to or advocates for the state, or neutralized through sabotage or other means. Indeed, the individual’s contribution to society must be downplayed, dismissed, or denounced, unless the contribution is directed by the state and involves self-sacrifice for the utopian cause.”

  3. amber says:

    “There are also those who delusively if not enthusiastically surrender their liberty for the mastermind’s false promises of human and societal perfectibility. He hooks them with financial bribes in the form of ‘entitlements.’ And he makes incredible claims about indefectible health, safety, educational, and environmental policies, the success of which is to be measured not in the here and now but in the distant future.
    For these reasons and more, some become fanatics for the cause. They take to the streets and, ironically, demand their own demise as they protest against their own self-determination and for ever more autocracy and authoritarianism. When they vote, they vote to enchain not only their fellow citizens but, unwittingly, themselves. Paradoxically, as the utopia metastasizes and the society ossifies, elections become less relevant. More and more decisions are made by the masterminds and their experts, who substitute their self-serving and dogmatic judgments — which are proclaimed righteous and compassionate — for the the individual’s self-interests and best interests.”

  4. amber says:

    obams speaks of some sort of utopia where everyone is one, “citizen of the world.” does’t work “Utopianism also finds a receptive audience among the society’s disenchanted, disaffected, dissatisfied, and maladjusted who are unwilling or unable to assume responsibility for their own real or perceived conditions but instead blame their surroundings, ‘the system,’ and others. They are lured by the false hopes and promises of utopian transformation and the criticisms of the existing society, to which their connection is tentative or nonexistent. Improving the malcontent’s lot becomes linked to the utopian cause. Moreover, disparaging and diminishing the successful and accomplished becomes an essential tactic. No one should be better than anyone else, regardless of the merits or values of his contributions. By exploiting human frailties, frustrations, jealousies, and inequities, a sense of meaning and self-worth is created in the malcontent’s otherwise unhappy and directionless life. Simply put, equality in misery — that is, equality of result or conformity — is advanced as a just, fair, and virtuous undertaking. Liberty, therefore, is inherently immoral, except where it avails equality.”

  5. amber says:

    Obama is half white — NEVER EVER lived the life of a Black person EVER. He’s never had a private sector job. We aren’t slaves anymore. The democrats want minorities to be victims — needing the government to bail them out of everything because they don’t think they can do it themselves — furthermore they don’t want them to do it themselves. THEY WANT US TO BE DEPENDENT ON THEM — HE WHO HAS THE GOODIES HAS THE POWER. You give into the freebies and you give up your freedom. no more being a victim for me. NO MORE. It’s not about race anymore … it’s about the survival of this country and IF obama is elected again, it will be the end of the greatest idea the world has ever known — THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

  6. John Lankford says:

    There you go again. You know what you need. A good history lesson. Blacks have been complaining about unemployment ever since the end of the Civil War.The only time they were fully employed was before the Civil War. Do you understand demographics? So you are going to trust the Republican Party and Romney\Ryan to give you a job? Guess who is hiring whites?

    First of all, Obama is not even responsible for this mess. Sure the Republicans pointed the finger at him. They always do that. They have been doing that ever since your ancestors came here. Only then, they were the Democrats. So you think a Party that looks like you is keeping you from a job, while the new State’s Right Party is concerned about your welfare?

    So I guess, Civil Rights, Freedman’s Bureau and affirmative Action was all welfare? If it wasn’t for the Government in the first place, you will probably still be on a plantation. So you go over there with the Dixiecrats and KKK. You know, David Duke. You just take a look at that Blue and Red map. I think the Democrats all migrated to the North and the Republicans down South. That was a neat trick if you ever ask me. You need to look up Brigham Young and every American War. They have been here since the 1700s but I can’t fimd them in any American War except fighting the United States. I don’t see any of Romney’s family in any War or Civil Rights movement. You can look at World War II also. Start with Nazi Germany.

  7. amber says:

    Well, BlackBeauty — guess you were wrong! Obama said NOTHING in his sleep-inducing speech last night about any plan whatsover — just the same old grand gestures, vague numbers — Millions of jobs? what does that mean? That speech could have been from any one of his past four years. they’re all the same …. infrastructure, energy independence, wind energy, bla, bla, bla. How much more do you people need to hear? You don’t vote for someone BECAUSE they’re the same skin color as you for God’s sake. Look at the man and his message. If a white man was doing what he is doing, you would run screaming in the other direction. WAKE UP PEOPLE

  8. amber says:

    My true feelings about Obama are he does not care one lick about getting people back to work, the economy, energy independence, etc. He just likes being in power and all the perks that come with being the prez. Airforce One, full staff at his beck and call, etc. That’s it plain and simple. I don’t even give him credit for some “ulterior motive,” i.e., turning America into a European state like some conspiracy theorists proclaim. He just likes the power and all the perks. I pray to God every day — and I am being honest — that he is defeated in November. He scares me so much and the thought of four more years of him is so depressing to me I can’t even fathom it. It will be one of my darkest days if he is re-elected. It won’t matter that he won’t be able to get the cooperation of Congress — he’ll just ram things through by executive order as he has done recently. He’s arrogant and bullheaded and rigid. I truly dislike him, fear him, and pray for his defeat

  9. John says:

    Thanks for your input Lewis, what you wrote really makes sense!!!

  10. lewis orr says:

    Allow me let you all in on a big secret. The “jobs issue” is a dead horse. The jobs have moved to Asia PERMANENTLY! And regardless to whomever you vote for they are never coming back! Asia is booming right now, it’s experiencing a Golden Age. I challenge you to ask any Ex-Pat and they’ll tell you the truth. The Republicans know this and are using it against the Democrats to get your vote and ultimately funding, to create jobs that they can’t and won’t deliver on. So the Republicans will end up pocketing the money and getting richer while the middle class and poor get poorer. The Democrats know this also, but can’t acknowledge it because it would make them appear weak in comparison to Asia. As I stated earlier the jobs are not coming back because the Asians much like the Mexicans come from a different economic background that allows them to happily work 10 hour days 6 days a week with no health care or benefits, and for much less pay. It would be financial suicide for the industrialist to move those jobs back to America. Mitt Romney knows this well, check into his old company Bain. Also take a ride on Korean airlines, Japan airlines Or any other Asian airlines, look at their airports their hotels their super highways and tell me what you think? They have 100% employment for those who speak English. And at the same time the Asians like most people in other countries know the value of owning your own business first. The American people are going to have to learn that too and stop looking for the govt to create jobs.

  11. gee says:

    Speeches do not do anything . If Obama is not able improve our economy for almost 4 years , how can he improve it in 2 months? If he really is concern , he should have done some thing but no all he likes to do is TALK AND TALK AND TALK , golf , spend taxpayers money going on vacation etc while most if not all middle class people are jobless and are depending on food stamps just to get by . So tell me , why should i BELIEVE him now? I actually feel ashame that I voted for this guy on 2008 .

  12. thinking out loud says:

    Obama’s idea of creating jobs is to grow government, provide food stamps to everyone and extend unemployment is killing the middle class. Romney’s plan of hard work and realizing taxpayers own government not the other way around is the most plausible solution for creating jobs and growing the middle class.

  13. voice of reason says:

    Obama himself thought he could resolve all the problems of the nation in 4 years..he failed..he’s not is cheap..Romney/Ryan 2012!

  14. victor Langhorne says:

    Obama will win because I will win. His reelection is assured because we are coming together once and all to put an end to the boom and bust economic cycles we have endured since the founding of our country. We are building an economy to last. If reelected, the restructured economy will be built from the middle class out. The few are hollering loudly with lies and deceptions because their stranglehold over economy and the U.S. presidency will end with the president’s reelection.

  15. BlackBeauty says:

    Your article/blog is a tad off base at this point.

    The President will address the job issue and his plan for getting it done tomorrow evening at the DNC.

    Mr. Romney spoke and said nothing of value regarding jobs except that he will provide 12Million jobs, but he never stated how we would do that!

    We were in a mess before Mr. Obama took office, and there is no way that any reasonable person could think he could resolve all of the problems of the nation in 4 years.

    Wait until after his speech to the DNC before you make assumptions. Let’s hear him out before we condemn.

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