Sunday, June 26, 2016


Amidst all the chaos, Mr. Trump’s ability to stir controversies in the public opinion arena, comes as a shining beam of hope at the end of the tunnel 2016 – 

The Battle for the Presidency
 By Obie Usategui  

Over the past few weeks I have had many close friends gently ask me when was I going to do a write­up on my outlook of the forthcoming presidential elections. Who was I endorsing or supporting as our next presidential candidate, many keep asking me. As I probed myself on my friends’ entreaty, it dawned on me that, regardless of who I supported or not, what really mattered, instead, was the fact that the 2016 presidential elections could very well turn out to be one of [the] most crucial elections, ever in the history of the nation.

Matter of fact, I personally believe that there is so much at stake both for the nation as well as for the world, that the 2016 elections could, in fact, turn out to be a milestone for mankind in more ways than one – in ways that many of us cannot even envisage. And…if for any reason whatsoever you dare doubt my assertion, I say, think again friends. It is all as relevant as where we are as a nation.

Just put it this way, Barack Hussein Obama’s ends his post as POTUS, leaving our nation in shambles. Obama or Barry Soetoro, or whoever this man really is, his legacy will be one of shame, indignity and disgrace, like never before. In the seven years since he became president, this obscure character of dubious provenance, has managed to add $7 trillion dollars to the national debt – an increase of 56%; has polarized Americans and has fostered racial and class divide like no other president before him.

Obama has governed the nation much in the same fashion as would a head of state from a third­world “banana­republic”, daringly attempting to challenge the law of the land, by sidestepping and circumventing Congress at will with Executive Orders and diktats, much in the same spirit and tradition as a dictator would in a totalitarian state.

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