Discussion in 'Politics' started by RetiredGySgt, Mar 18, 2012.
Simple enough list the accomplishments as President that Obama gets credit for.
Thats what I was thinking.....
i won't ask if you won't tell...
wilson.... harding..... carter...... obama
He has spent more money, with no good results, than all of the other Presidents combined.
Is it necessary to sit here and watch the Obamatons lie to us?
Of course... did you think they'd change their meme?
Interestingly enough, i don't recall a single thread by one of the rightwingnuts asking that same question about baby bush....
He got bin Laden and other terrorists. That's it.
He'll take credit for anything people like and blame Bush or the Repubs for anything people don't like.
He's vowed to continue fighting for amnesty for illegals.
He's spent a butt load of money with nothing to show for it.
He didn't stop the efforts to get bin laden, and does get credit for that.
He gave us the health care debacle, which I hope gets repealed.
Our credit rating is lower. He flip flopped on the debt ceiling issue. Before, he said it indicated a lack of leadership when the debt ceiling was raised.
Wars dragging on because they are playing politics instead of getting the job done and getting the hell out like we should.
President Obama is stronger, much stronger, than you think.
Obama Movie Confronts Weak-Leader Meme, Revisits 'Tough Decisions' - Major Garrett - NationalJournal.com
Obamas economic stimulus bill, the bailout of General Motors and Chrysler, health care reform, and the Navy Seal-team raid that killed Osama bin Laden.
At one point, Clinton says the nation had no earthly idea what would have happened had Obama let GM and Chrysler fail, contending that the domino effect of job losses could have laid ruin to the Midwest middle class.
Obama had to put out so many fires. You Republicans want to forget.
Obama has confronted the toughest choices of any president since Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
ending the Iraq war, repealing dont ask, dont tell, providing pay equity for women, and health care and financial-industry reform.
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