I still think Bill Clinton is one of the worst presidents ever; from his many extramarital issues to his mishandling of the economy. Have you noticed how he has the tendency to back track? He was the single cause of the housing bubble. Don’t get me wrong individuals got themselves ensnared in the trying to make money part e.g., flipping homes.

Clinton is now back tracking from being loyal. He’s starting to look more like Cory Booker who was correct in what he said, but it isn’t really about that, it’s about solidarity. If you want to be able to fly off the cuff, change parties; maybe try the Libertarian or Green Party. Clinton suffers from got beat syndrome, I think it still lingers a bit from Hillary getting it handed to her when she ran against Obama. The Obama campaign is going after Romney’s record at Bain Capital yet Bill wants to give glowing compliments on that record. Bill, it’s easier to disrespect the man outright, stop saying how much you’ve done for him. It’s a bit insulting, especially when you’re undermining him. Thanks for staying classy.

Romney has to be a lonely man. He doesn’t have many real friends that go way back. Many are only in his camp because they hate the black guy. Romney doesn’t help his cause with all the flip- flopping either. One gaffe he made kinda made me sore. In 1994 he said: “It was not my desire to go off and serve in Vietnam, but nor did I take any actions to remove myself from the pool of young men who were eligible for the draft;” But in 2007 he said: “I longed in many respects to actually be in Vietnam and be representing our country there, and in some ways it was frustrating not to feel like I was there as part of the troops that were fighting in Vietnam.” This is so insincere, if he wanted to serve he could have severed. Why play this game, it doesn’t make sense. The Obama camp will simply continue to put out what he actually said. If you think about it, it’s a bit disturbing.

What can we say about the mishandling of the election that took place Tuesday in Wisconsin? Not much, Scott Walker was voted back in. Don’t worry too much, there will be other elections. Walker was the first governor out of three to ever win a recall. Sure it adds to his credibility as a de facto leader and Wisconsin is mentioned as a possible swing for the President. The economy has turned for the better which is good news for the President. Wisconsin still has time to get it together.

Obama’s National Defense Authorization Act(NDAA) is one of his biggest fails, especially when it comes to America citizens. This is walking over what some hold on to so dearly.

The NON-Conformist