Chicago IL, January 20, 2011: The windy city was home to a Bring Back the Bush Days rally, as thousands of people peacefully marched through the downtown area. After narrowly defeating Senator McCain in the 2008 general election, President Obama now faces growing calls for his impeachment by both political parties and the American public.
The New York Times summed it up best with the front page headline "We Need a Change." The populace of the USA is longing for the bad old days of W, even if he talked with a TX twang and sounded like he had a mouthful of marbles! The NYT then enumerated several key areas where the USA has regressed since the Bush years ended, namely:
Economy: Fifty dollars buys one Euro.
Business: All US industry has relocated to Taiwan, China and Japan.
Jobs: Thomas Jefferson's agrarian society has been realized after over 200 years as a nation. People also take in each others washing.
Military: The 1000 man armed services procured a tank, a ship and an airplane and share their use.
Taxes: A personal Income Tax assessment of 50% and a Capital Gains tax assessment of 50%.
Health Care: Nobody has or can afford any. The Federal government provides a free box of band-aids to every citizen (the ACLU is bringing a discrimination suit).
Social Security/Medicare: Bankrupt, with most of the country's 300 million people being on Federal welfare.
Stock Market: The Dow Jones average at last closing was 2700.
Energy: Gasoline hovers at $100 per gallon, since all natural gas and oil drilling has ceased.
Foreign Policy: A treaty with Mexico cedes CA, AZ and TX back to the 12 million illegal aliens.
Likability: President Obama is loved in Europe (the part not controlled by the Russians). He has dinner with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad every week at Lake Obama (formerly the Straight of Hormuz).
Politics: The vice president is just "Biden" his time, until the US House of Representatives acts!
"Barack, Barack, wake up and stop day dreaming, you have to make your presidential nomination acceptance speech before the convention right now."