President Obama’s critics have gone too far

Editor,  Only in America, you will find a popularly elected President called a dictator as if he is in the same league with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Robert Mugabe.

Editor, 

Only in America, you will find a popularly elected President called a dictator as if he is in the same league with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Robert Mugabe.

Those who are calling President Obama a dictator merely because of a piece legislation passed into law don’t know the true meaning of a dictatorship.  

The stiff opposition to the Obama administration has turned slanderous and mudslinging.  

The President’s critics should understand that leading a country of more than 300 million people is a hard task. 

Obama’s efforts to see the passage of the Health Care bill that will help millions of uninsured Americans to access healthcare should not be politicized.

His opponents should challenge him on policy matters fairly without mudslinging and extremism.

This sets a very grim picture to a Country seen globally as a model for democracy, justice and freedom. 

Nyaringo
diplomat1499@yahoo.com

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