Should There Be A Better Vetting Process For Presidents Since Obama Has Failed

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    Look at all the failures he has had his first two years as a president supported by a democratic congress. Lets face it. The American people were duped by this guy who obviously wasn't properly vetted. How could a candidate promise so much and not deliver. What were his qualifications to make such promises and bring Hope & Change? Think about it folks. What kind of vetting process should we have for these candidates who want to bring prosperity for America and its citizens? Obama has proven that the vetting process doesn't work when selecting a president.
     
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    It's kind of funny.

    Palins book "Going Rogue" got vetted by more people than obama did in his run for ofc.

    The meer fact he was coming out of Chicago should have stopped him from making it.
     
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    Why did you not post this in 2004?
     
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    I totally agree.
     
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    A law requiring candidates to be "vetted"?

    DO WHAT?
     
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    After Bush Jr, anyone who criticizes Obama after two years is too drunk for comment.

    "Today, just one year after leaving office, the former president has found himself in the bottom five at 39th rated especially poorly in handling the economy, communication, ability to compromise, foreign policy accomplishments and intelligence. Rounding out the bottom five are four presidents that have held that dubious distinction each time the survey has been conducted: Andrew Johnson, James Buchanan, Warren G. Harding, and Franklin Pierce." 238 presidential scholars: Bush worst president of modern era, fifth worst in US history | Raw Story

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    Since the President has not failed the question is moot.

    The real question should be "Have the pseudo-conservatives fooled enough Americans to return them to power?"
     
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    Guess we'll get an answer to that in Nov and again in 2012.

    Should be very interesting.
     
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    Should there be a vetting process to serve in the US military? I think there should since you were allowed to serve proves the process isn't good enough.
     
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    The president has failed. Look at his poll numbers and look at the economy. He was not fit for the job. He had no executive experience.
     

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