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So-called US economic recovery is fake. Main Street poverty, unemployment, underemployment, hunger and homelessness are at Depression era levels. Half.

Dr. Michael J. O’Connell, PainCare, New Hampshire‘s insight:

Barack Obama, after winning decisive victories in two presidential elections, the first not close, the second closer, still has some support, albeit waning, among the Democratic party.  This is all stunning to me upon reflection of Obama’s “legacy in process.”


Consider that Obama either knew nothing (but should have), or knew all (and should be ashamed at his own political miscalculations) about:

1.   the Al Quaeda attack on the Libyan Embassy

2.   the miserable roll out of Obamacare despite years to prep

3.   the NSA spying on our allies

4.   the unreliability of the Russians to broker a deal to “help” remove chemical weapons fromSyria

5.   the lack of sincerity in the Iranians’ move toward giving up their quest to go nuclear


What explains the fact that this president, who more and more seems to be making G. W. Bush look like a MENSA candidate, still has some flagging but significant support given all the above ‘achievements’?  Does this not say something about the Democrats and Liberals in general?  Might there be an element of clinging to that once gleeful notion we were all fed about the first black man to be President?  Isn’t it time for the Democrats to come out of the closet and reveal that they backed the wrong horse?  Maybe next election, if they do not choose a female, they will be a bit more selective, and a little less blindly jubilant, if their choice is a non Caucasian.

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About Dr. Michael J. O'Connell, New Hampshire
Dr. Michael J. O'Connell of Barrington, New Hampshire, has forged a distinguished career spanning over three decades, as entrepreneur, physician, businessman, philanthropist and healthcare consultant. As former owner, administrator and CEO of a 225+ employee multi-specialty medical practice, Dr. O'Connell has dedicated his entire professional life to helping patients with family medicine and especially those experiencing chronic pain and all aspects of addiction. Since selling his family of healthcare businesses, he has never once contemplated retirement despite his rich and fulfilling journey, but instead has turned his focus to consulting in an industry starved for courage and creativity. Having weathered many political, technological and legal challenges, there is hardly a storm he has not confronted, a tempest he has not quelled, an urgent need he has not met. While the talking heads and self-proclaimed experts in the field have assumed the conventions and standards of the times, Dr. O'Connell does not believe in merely reflecting the herd mentality, but rather in leading the charge. Eschewing political correctness, Dr. O'Connell says and does what needs saying and doing, and not what the mindless masses expect. In addition to the continual education afforded by his variegated life experiences, Dr O'Connell earned his BS in Biochemistry at the University of NH in 1975, his Medical Degree from Dartmouth College in 1981, interned at Walter Reed Medical Center in 1982, Residency/Fellowship at UCSF in1986, and finished his Masters in Healthcare Administration at UNH in 1995. Dr. O’Connell enjoys many outdoor activities, including rock climbing, snowboarding, hiking, and golf. Through the decades Dr. O'Connell has supported many non-profit charities to include the St. Charles Home in Rochester NH, the Tri City VNA and Hospice, Hyder House, and Cocheco Valley Humane Society. To the latter organization alone Dr. O'Connell has donated over $180,000 and pledged another $250,000 in the “Bring-Us-Home” campaign for a new building. His “Matching Donations Christmas drive” has generated over $175,000 in charitable giving from the community. In addition Dr. O'Connell has participated in many dozens of other volunteer and donation efforts locally as well as in Africa and the Dominican Republic. For a listing of how I gave back to the community during my career and continue to do see:

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