Clint Eastwood nailed it. In his now-famous speech to the invisible Obama and the empty chair, he said: “We own this country. When someone isn’t doing the job, we’ve got to let (him) go.”
That is The Great Disappointment of the Barack Obama era. Had he fulfilled his promises, he might have been somebody very special. Instead, he’s become an empty chair, a blank spot where a president used to be.
When he now intones his rhetoric, gone is the inspiring call to a better nation, a better people. It is replaced with an ungenerous spirit and a pettiness turned mean. He talked big but governed small.
Here are the “Big Three” Obama disappointments.
Jobs, jobs, jobs.