By Susan Duclos
Despite claims to the contrary by liberals after Ted Nugent told National Rifle Association supporters in St. Louis last week, "If Barack Obama becomes the president in November, again, I will be either be dead or in jail by this time next year," the Secret Service has interviewed Ted Nugent and found that Nugent was not threatening Obama's life and provided a statement, via Reuters, saying "The issue has been resolved. The Secret Service does not anticipate any further action."
Another attempt by liberals to distract the public from Obama's failed three years has bitten the dust.
Those years encompass Obama's questionable leadership with the unprecedented growth of national debt during his term in office, his scandal ridden tenure including but not limited to the Solyndra scandal, Fast and Furious scandal, the Secret Service scandal and the General Services Administration's 2010 Western Region Conference scandal, MF Global and Jon Corzine scandal.
The national debt and the scandals are not all liberals are desperate to distract from. Other issues include but are not limited to; Obama's rejection of Keystone where even Democrats are crossing political lines to join with Republicans, unemployment still over 8%, Obamacare passed against the majority of Americans oppositions and now back in the forefront with the Supreme Court due to rule on it's constitutionality, gas prices soaring, U.S. credit rating being downgraded again, warnings of the economy on the verge of stalling again.
That are just the obvious issues to make the point.
Throughout the next seven months, conservatives can expect this process to replay itself over and over again with liberals grasping at any straw they can to attempt to divert voter's attentions away from Obama's record.
May they all fail as spectacularly as the Ted Nugent bruhaha did.