It's not the president's fault, or Congress' fault. It's yours, America. Yes, you, the voter.
Do you think for half a second that members of Congress will vote themselves out of a cushy job for life? Nope.
What you should believe is that only a small percentage of registered voters actually vote. And why? Because Americans are lazy. There, I said it. I'm putting the blame-onus-responsibility on the so-called American who doesn't vote. In addition, American greed got us all caught up in this national debt problem in the first place.
Just when things started to turn for the good (two years after President Barack Obama was elected), those of you who did vote in the mid-term elections voted for the wrong reasons and the wrong party. The "weeper of the House" is the most negative person on Capitol Hill. And the knee-jerk reaction in voting for such a drastic change in government has caused this unrelenting stalemate to continue in Washington, D.C. (District of Corruption).
I did not vote for the supercilious John Boehner, and he's not my president. Here's the scary part though: Boehner is third in succession to the presidency. I tremble just writing it.
So get with the program, people. Vote. If you want term limits, vote the lifers out. Do some research, go to rallies or join groups that really want America to be great again. The blame game is over because it's all your fault. So fix it already.
Joseph W. James III