Doug Kellett @idougradio

Doug Kellett @idougradio

Doug Kellett

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I have more than 30 years of news/talk/sports hosting experience including management of stations in Nashville, Denver and Columbus(GA). I often can be heard in some of the largest markets in the US and great stations like KOA/Denver, 630 KHOW/Denver, 600 KCOL/Ft. Colllins, CO, WOAI/San Antonio, KTRH and KPRC/Houston, WLS/Chicago, KKDA/Pittsburgh, WLAC/Nashville, WBT/Charlotte, Fox News/Ft. Myers-Naples, FL, 106.3 WORD-FM/Greenville-Spartanburg, SC and many other stations.

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Will the national news media please begin asking questions and holding President Obama's administration accountable?  While it is nothing for the media to side with democratic candidates, we are observing a historical move from a free media to one that actively participates.  Here are some questions I would like for them ask President Obama but I have no hope they will. 

  • In 2007, President Obama said President Bush was --quote--"unpatriotic" because of increasing the national debt $4 trillion during his administration.  Mr. Obama, you have increased the debt $6 trillion in just four years.  Are you "unpatriotic?"
  • Candidate Obama promised he would "cut the deficit in  half" during his first term.  Instead, we have doubled the annual deficit in addition to the $6 trillion added to the debt.  Why were you unable to keep that promise?
  • Mr. President, you said if the stimulus package was approved by congress, our unemployment rate would be at 6% and would create 8 million jobs. Since you are about 4 million short, why then, can we believe your deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter who says your plans will create 12 million jobs in the next four years?
There are many more such questions one could ask including about the numerous broken promises.  Promises he seems to be promising again as if he is running for office for the first time.  President Obama said if he didn't get the economy going this "would be a one-term proposition.  That is one promise, I would like for America to keep.

That is my take.  What question would you ask President Obama?