In just a few short days, the United States will swear in a new president. This will be a historic first in US history. A time when millions of what could be termed a previously disenfranchised minority can truly feel proud. Yes, my friends. For the very first time ever, the United States has elected to the highest office in a the land... a socialist.
I wanted to get this blog out quickly before things started to take shape and I looked like I was simply stating the obvious. I want to make a prediction for the coming 4 years. Here it is.
I predict that the presidency of Barack Hussein Obama, Jr. will be one of the most corrupt, scandal-ridden administrations in US history.
I predict that over the next four years, his cabinet members and appointees will be paraded through the press, one after another, each with their hands caught in the cookie jar, double-dealing, conflicts of interest, tax evasion, misappropriation, etc. You name it, it's going to happen to this administration.
I think this administration is going to make that of Ulysses Simpson Grant look good.
Why am I saying this? Is it a race thing? Is it a socialist thing? Nope.
I'm saying it because of the arrogance I see in this administration. I see it because Obama and his cronies (and that's what they are) believe they're going to the White House with a mandate. They are convinced that we all love them, that they're the darlin's of the country, and that we believe they can do no wrong. It's going to go right to their head, and it's going to poison them.
I'm saying it because the Chicago political machine that spawned him is rotten to the core and as corrupt as Tammany Hall back in the 1850s. Obama hasn't even taken office yet and the corruption in Chicago has started bubbling to the surface.
I'm saying it because the people he'll no doubt put into power have wanted it for a very long time. When they get it, they're going to act as if they deserved it.
I'm saying it because the Clinton Administration made corruption okay. "Hey, if Bill can do it, why can't we?"
I wanted to put this into writing now because, I think, after people are done picking me apart for saying it, in a year or two we'll all look back and quietly nod.