Finished goal of running the distance of 2,080 miles from Lafayette, LA to Washington D.C and back!!! 339.1 miles

0.0 miles run this week.
Daily running average for the week is 0.00 miles per day.
Total amount run in the past 800 days is 2,419.1 miles.
Daily running average overall is 3.02 miles per day.

Day427 Sunday 10/30/11

14 MONTHS!!!

ran 2.1 miles

Today ends week sixty-one of running against Obama. I ran 21.9 miles this week, averaging 3.13 miles per day.

Today also ends 14 months of running against Obama. After 427 days of running against an administration that encourages an abusive reliance on government and discourages the ambition necessary for Americans to challenge themselves, to take some risks, and to ultimately succeed---after 427 days, I find that liberal ideas broadly weaken the morale of the millions of people they affect and when these ideas are unleashed at the height which they currently are under Barack Obama the only rationale and sense that is left is to get angry, violent, and to act like a spoiled child. There you have it. That is my brief description of the liberal mindset. It is playing out right before our eyes.

Barack Obama has not been a successful president. The occupiers in the streets of our cities, who have way too much time on their hands, are costing taxpayers even more money, they are disrespectful to our police officers, and they are serving no real purpose other than to distract the entire country from how miserable of a job President Barack Obama has done and continues to do. The biggest accomplishment our president has, which many consider yet another failure, is his health care bill. America does not want it. Repealing it is on the top of the list for most of the candidates running to replace him. I don’t think he has done anything that we can all agree on. And one of the few things we can all agree on is a good economy.

“It’s the economy, stupid.” That line surfaced while Clinton was running for president and it is being screamed even louder now.

Our president had two years with a Democratic Senate and House. He could have done anything he wanted. He made his choices and they have not only failed but set America that much further back. He has stimulated us to the edge of oblivion with monopoly money that has served no noticeable purpose.

I often wonder where the focus would be right now if these young, restless people weren’t in the streets marching around, distracting. I think the focus would be on a failed president and the excitement involved in getting him out of the White House.

799.7 miles to go.

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