. . . is that his prophecies come true. That said, my prediction that Romney would win the presidency was a total bust, arising from a mixture of wishful thinking and paying far too much attention to the debates, polls, and the enthusiasm with which people greeted Romney in his stops around the country. When I speak of "wishful thinking," I don't mean that I wished for a Romney victory, but that the Kenyan would go down to defeat and obscurity as he so richly deserves. Unfortunately, that was not to be the case.
So now we get four more years of open warfare against traditional America. We have to endure a smug, lying, anti-white leftist who despises everyone who loves the country founded by people like Washington, Jefferson, and Adams. We must tolerate another term held by a man of infinite self-regard, and zero accomplishment -- unless one considers taking a wrecking ball to the U.S.A. a triumph.