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megimoo
06-28-2011, 06:34 AM
The number of Obama supporters seems inversely related to his time in office. Many wonder what happened to "The One We Are Waiting For."

Obama assumed office in difficult economic times. After a couple of years of excuses -- which included "the problems were worse than we knew" and the generic, all-purpose "it's Bush's fault" -- Obama now owns the original problems and new ones of his own doing.

An incomplete report card on his "accomplishments" would include the following:

the economy worsened
discretionary military efforts ("kinetic" if you prefer) increased
an unpopular, flawed health care plan was forced on the public
inflation increased, especially in critical goods like food and gasoline
job prospects decreased
the stimulus failed miserably
"transparency in government" became a laugh-line for late night TV
corruption in government accelerated to Chicago-style warp speed
Housing worsened and shows no sign of bottoming soon
Government debt and spending spun out of control
Wall Street was bailed out and continues to enrich themselves
Main Street was ignored and becomes poorer as bankruptcies and foreclosures mount
race relations appear to have worsened

http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/06/president_quixotes_legacy_confused_ill-educated_and_not_too_bright.html

namvet
06-28-2011, 08:47 AM
we lost our hope. now its time for the voting change

3rd-try
06-28-2011, 10:54 AM
And all the regretful Obama voters. Sorry, but what a bunch of non-thinking idiots. Voluntary associations with on-record anti-American individuals should have killed his chances from the start. What a bunch of schmucks to ever buy into such an vague feel-good style campaign