Thursday, 12 April 2012


So the President believes that the Augusta National Golf Cub in Georgia should change its membership rules and admit women as members.
In my opinion this is another situation where the Obama administration is trying to hoodwink the American people. Whenever he is in a tight spot, he attempts to change the narrative - It’s like smoke and mirrors.

With high gas prices, soaring debt and massive deficits under his watch he simply cannot run on his record. As a result, he will try to change the narrative of a debate away from his failings and onto a convenient issue. For example, he was the one that brought up contraception; which dramatically change the discussion away from his atrocious abortion record as President, to why the Republicans are out of touch when it comes to social issues.

He knows that his HealthCare law is unconstitutional and will most likely get struck down by the Supreme Court, so he decided to focus on the individual Justice’s, not the specific argument being made from the highest court of the land.

He got involved in the Trayvon Martin shooting which clearly shows he hasn’t learned from the Henry Louis Gates affair from 2009. There was no need for him to get involved and all that did was get everyone more excited and created a dangerous social landscape.

Obama’s intervention in the golf club’s membership policies is the latest in a long line of needless interventions from the redistributors-in-chief. He is trying to continue with class warfare and by focusing on the rich, he can look like the populist guy, who is standing up to big money elitists like Augusta.

Ultimately, the Augusta National Golf Club are responsible to their members and sponsors, not the federal government. if they make a fuss, the things will change, until then i'm sure the Augusta committee will support me intelling the President to 'stay off the green’

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