|One of the proposed designs for the Barack Obama Presidential Library. It's confirmed to be in Chicago.|
President Barack Obama's presidential library is going to built in Chicago on the South Side.
It was announced by the Obama Foundation that the Obama Presidential Library and Center is going to be in his hometown. A site for the library within the city is yet to be chosen. The decision is between Jackson Park and Washington Park, both located on Chicago's South Side.
Wondering how the conservatives are going to react to it? Obviously they'll send that stupid picture of a open stall parade float as an example of what it should be.
Given the seven years of Barack Obama's presidency, one could wonder if the next president will suffer given that toxic environment his opponent set up.
Say if a Republican becomes the next president. Expect the Democrats to oppose everything the Republican president sponsors.
Expect the hostile reactions from liberal activists, talk radio radio agitators and bloggers.
They will double time on the Republican. The liberals are so pissed with Republicans and conservatives right now.
From the nasty emails being shared on social media, the downright stupidity, the Islamophobia, the anti-choice, anti-gay, anti-Black, anti-immigrant, the climate change denial and the constant attempts to repeal the healthcare law, liberals have had enough.
|What will Obama do after leaving the White House?|
We know the cable news channel scares White folks with stories about Obama. Wonder what will happen once he gets out of office?
They will bring up Obama's name when a domestic attack happens long after he left the White House?
Will we have a terrorist attack on homeland again and they'll automatically blame Obama or plead to the public to not blame the Republican president. They will ask for unity instead of partisan blame.
But if another event happens in America during the final two years of Obama, will it automatically be partisan despite the president's calls for unity.
I am just wondering if the public is interested in the 2016 presidential contenders. Most of them are uninspiring to me. They don't have the magic. Barack Obama's campaigns were inspiring.
To get two landslide victories, millions of followers, hundreds of critics, and being the first Black man to lead our nation is historic.
To have Hillary Clinton, Stallmigos Ted Cruz (R-TX), Marco Rubio (R-FL), Rand Paul (R-KY), Ben Carson, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), Carly Fiorina, Mike Huckabee and others jump into this is not inspiring. None of them have the experience or the temperament to run a country.
Hillary and Jeb Bush come from political families. The junk food media is so obsessed with the legacies of George W. Bush and Bill Clinton. They're obsessed with guilt-by-association.
Sanders is too far to the left. He and not running Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) are too extreme for most. Although the policies are good but it's not a perfect fit to a moderately right nation.
Paul is a repeat of his father's failed campaigns.
Rubio and Cruz are just too damn stupid to run. They will face birth certificate and immigrant slander.
Huckabee, Fiorina and Carson are the candidates from that network that scares White people. They're just agitators who use their non-experience as a strategy.
Republican governors John Kasich (OH), Scott Walker (WI), Bobby Jindal (LA) and Chris Christie (NJ) are seasoned. They're too controversial and a liability because of their views on social issues.
Martin O'Malley, Lincoln Chafee, and Jim Webb are blips on the radar. They could be crushed by Hillary Clinton.
The contenders are weak.
If Obama could run a third term?
Too damn bad. The 22nd Amendment prevents this. The president is only allowed to serve two terms.