When Sean looks at Obama’s campaign, he sees that it’s flailing, and it’s because he’s failed with the economy. According to Sean, 56% believe Obama has changed the country in a negative way. He has vigorously been attacking Governor Romney on Bain capital to financing money in Bermuda and the Cayman Islands. Though even after his constant scrutiny towards Romney, Obama still cannot defend his economical record, so he’s decided to bring up this tax cut to veer the public away from this issue in America. The tax cut is to help middle class Americans who make less than 250,000 dollars, yet he will raise taxes on the wealthy. Sean looks at this tactic as Obama’s last way to ride the horse to re-election, yet he and the rest of the Democratic Party who believe this are self-delusional. They must not be paying attention to our economic environment, in which people are losing their jobs left and right, and cities around the United States are declaring bankruptcy. Obama is playing the class war fare card because Democrats are desperate and have nothing left to put on the table. Though what Obama doesn’t realize is that in the end it’s not going to work. Sean feels the reason this strategy is determined to fail is because throughout history, past presidents like Carter and Clinton who tried this, failed. Sean then states the question to his listeners, since this was such a failure, then why do you think Democrats and President Obama are resorting to class war fare?
Sean’s answer is that raising taxes on the wealthy and job creators, specifically for this president, its theory is contempt for success. The president has a lack of understanding of risk, reward, liberty, freedom, and opportunity for what this society is all about. Obama is trapped in this bubble of insanity where he thinks trying the same strategy over and over again will eventually work, but what he has to realize is that having a socialist utopia will never be successful. His track record is so poor; he has become desperate in his tactics, and is now committed to dividing Americans through class warfare. Sean makes a great point that President Obama’s only way of winning is going back to his roots of Chicago politics, in which he will vilify and demonize both families who are successful and individuals who own small businesses who are successful. He will do this so he can redistribute and gain even more power for the government and himself, as well as control everything and everyone. To Sean this tactic will eventually fail because what the President is putting out there is extremely political (for example the tax cut). Raising taxes in this weak economy is ridiculous and even Obama said it himself back in 2009. We’re in a recession, and everyone from economists to Clinton say this is a bad idea. Ultimately Obama is going to cause an economic downturn come the New Year, and the more the people realize and hear about this class war fare strategy, the less it’s going to work.