The Democrats have elected a man who has no intentions of rescuing America from the present crisis. In his first four years of quasi-leadership, he has pitted classes, races and political factors against one another so that the friction between them has fostered resentment, distrust and anger.
This action proves to be class warfare when 83 percent of blacks, Latinos and youth voters were mustered to vote against white-collar Republicans.
In 1818, Mary Shelley wrote “Frankenstein,” about an uncontrollable monster. The American electorate propelled the first-term clone of Shelley’s myth to another four-year trial period of his executive orders.
It will be a bitter pill to swallow, for the Democrats, to rally the required votes in the Senate to impeach Obama, but then the Senate Democrats have twice voted down his submitted budget.
KENNETH ALBERT EHMKE