'Miss Me Yet?'

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Philobeado, Feb 9, 2010.

  1. Philobeado
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    No, shrub, we do not miss you. Not even a little bit. Thanks for the clusterf*ck!
     
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    It isn't so much that I miss George W. Bush. I miss good Presidential leadership altogether. Been awhile since we've had a really great President. The future doesn't look that rosey for a great President either.
     
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    I believe such billboards have been going up off and on for a number of months.

    It is just another "sign" there is a growing buyers' remorse pertaining to Obama...
     
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    Agreed.

    The last American President was Reagan.

    Following him, we have simply had men residing within the Oval Office - some better, some worse, but none who exemplified what it was to be "presidential".

    The closest was perhaps Clinton, but his was more failed potential. Both Bush's were mediocre - possibly worse.

    As for Obama - so far he has been a near total failure. Appears way in over his head...
     

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