President Obama is working very diligently to change the House of Representatives in the upcoming 2014 elections.
He's playing a great game of chess with the GOP leadership, attempting to blame them for his failures on the economy and his scandalous presidency.
If he fails, he becomes a lame-duck president left to rule via executive orders and recess appointments to his liking. If he succeeds, then more of his anti-capitalistic agenda will be passed via Pelosi and Reed.
Hopefully by now you have realized the detrimental effects of the Affordable Care Act and its effects on the economy and your personnel freedom.
Keep in mind that not one Republican voted for the Affordable Care Act.
Make no mistake about it: His upbringing did not embrace the American Dream, as shared and lived by so many immigrants who came to this country from governments of tyranny.
As the 2016 presidential candidates begin to poster their intentions, Obama will be negotiating to become a Supreme Court nominee or the UN Secretary General. He will no doubt opt for a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court, where his influence would prevail for many years. We have not seen the last of this narcissist.
The GOP must get busy developing a message that voters can believe in and counter the free-stuff mentality that is driving the Democratic party to new heights.
And if immigration is passed, the Democratic party will do a clean sweep in 2016.
In the 2012 elections, 13 of 67 counties carried Pennsylvania into the blue column, demonstrating the impact of the population centers.
The state of Ohio experienced the same outcome as did many other states.
The free-stuff mentality can only be countered by detailing the pitfalls of socialism, communism and fascism and must be placed on the front burner for all to see.
The examples are numerous.
In my humble opinion, the Democrats' platform has sunk to a new low with their radical positions on so many crucial, ethical and moral issues. Shame on them.
The U.S. education system and parental guidance has not done enough in extolling our capitalistic system, which has freed more people than any other system in history and enabled a standard of living envied by most, if not all countries in the world.
Has our system been fault free? Absolutely not, and for most cited faults, if not all, the faults can be attributed to someone's violation of the "Golden Rule" and the Rule of Law.
As we move through these perilous times, with our constitution and liberties on the ropes, one axiom that my father, the late Herman B. Fedeli, always cited was: "Listen carefully to what someone has to say, but in the final analysis, trust their actions and movements."
Frank M. Fedeli