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Does the 2012 Election suggest the sun is setting on the “American Dream”

Does the 2012 Election suggest the sun is setting on the “American Dream”
November 7,2012
PJ Blogger

Ridgewood NJ, Does the 2012 Election suggest the sun is setting on the “American Dream” or as one commenter suggests that the “old style “American Dream” of working hard and building your own life has been replaced with government dependency of one sort or another ?

Both the results and the exit polls suggest undeniable that the election of Barack Obama had little to do with his record or any issues facing the nation . A vote for Obama was nothing more than a vote to protect what you were receiving form the federal government . It wasn’t the the economy ,the size and scope of the government ,the fiscal cliff, taxes , or the public debt , it was just free cell phones and food stamps .

The old “American dream” has now been replaced by nothing more than the majority of people feeling entitled to vote themselves government handouts for a minority of people to pay for.

The takers now out number the producers and Sadly “American ” its founding and what it stood for is gone forever.

4 thoughts on “Does the 2012 Election suggest the sun is setting on the “American Dream”

  1. How true! There is no other logical reason why this man could get re-elected. When the “takers” outnumber the “makers,” you get an election result like this. Eventually, the reality will kick in that the Obama-incurred debt will have to be paid by all of us. We are on the precipice of the entitlement cliff . 49% of all Americans get government assistance. The public treasury has become the public trough.

  2. Very true.

    I do understand why a “taker” would vote for Obama.

    What boggles my mind is why (so many) “makers” (including many in this town) happily vote for Obama.

  3. Short answer to the question: No.

    Long answer to the question: No.

  4. Does the 2012 Election suggest the sun is setting on the “American Dream”?

    YES.

    Any other questions ?

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