With the many problems facing this president and his struggles to steer the economy, jobs and budget, one would think that the GOP would be building for the 2016 election with a strong platform to over come the problems we face.
That would require creative thinking; new programs, but when you are protecting the wealthy to do the only way to protect their interests would be to cut social programs including Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, school programs, education, etc; too much for the average American to give up.
As always the Republicans avoid the difficult issues; saying what is wrong is their strong point, along with voting NO on every bill, but not offering alternatives.
Not surprising is the GOP’s efforts to smear the Democrats top running candidate for the next presidential election, Hillary Clinton by designing ads designed to fire up the conservative base and undercut her popularity by focusing on the horrific night in Libya when the U.S. Embassy was attacked and our Ambassador and three others were killed.
That issue should not be underscored, but can we move forward and worry about the problems facing the average American?
Libya is going to be the calling card for the GOP in 2016? Really?