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Will Obama take responsibility?

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June 15, 2011 9:43:20 PM

Will he actually act as if hes done something to be critical about, or will he and the rest of dem land just keeo accusing the economies plight on the past, with other names attached?
http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/28975726/ns/today-today_p...


Ill trmind you, those measures taken on gov loans for houses? 3.5%!!
Thats it, all you need for downpayment to forestall said risks, approved by the dems in congress, so as someone once said, this time a bit different, but the dems are of one voice, here they go again
Now, about 4:20 into interview, check what Obama says, at least here he assumes the role of leadership.
\His comments on closing Guantanamo shows his naivette, as he hides behind the constitution as explanations for hispolitical correctness
The interviewer blows over all the big money people by mentioning his concern for the presidents safety.We all know these people want to take our guns, and are filthy rich
They end ot with a goober comment ala Jimmy Carter, oh, the good ol days, too bad today many dems are seen as weiners

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June 15, 2011 11:37:09 PM

Obamaonomics 101. His job is done. Take responsibility for nothing.

"The sky is not falling."

As the presidency goes, Barack Obama could take it or leave it. Sure, he loves the perks of the job: the private plane, the red phone, the valet, the chefs willing to make him a grilled cheese on sourdough at 3am. But in terms of doing the actual job, he's just not that into it.

Obama truly considers himself a transcendent character: the first bi-racial person to be elected to the American presidency, and therefore a historic, almost celestial figure. In fact, on election night 2008, he strode on stage and delivered a victory speech that might as well have been a farewell speech. Obama looked at his winning electoral votes and thought, "My work here is done."

That's why he's avoided the heavy lifting usually required of presidential leadership. He gave the "stimulus" to Congress to write, which is why it ended up being a lard-filled political document rather than a truly stimulative economic one. He let Congress write the massive ObamaCare bill, which is why that turned out to be a 2000+ page hot mess that even the then-Speaker, Nancy Pelosi, had to admit that they needed to pass to find out what was in it. He let Congress also write the equally indecipherable Dodd-Frank financial regulatory bill, which is so job- and economy-killing that even the Dems who voted for it (again, without having read it), are fleeing the bill like Anthony Weiner from modesty. He is letting Congress (and the country) twist in the wind on all budgetary matters, from the actual annual budgets, to proposing spending cuts, to other ideas for deficit reduction, to what to do about the debt ceiling. He's AWOL all over the place.

Obama doesn't dig the job. Never has. He enjoys the big house and the pick-up basketball games with LeBron, and he's savored the fact that he's been able to findamentally change America toward a European socialist model. But as far as doing any real work, the dude would rather not.

This morning, he told NBC's Today show: "Michelle and the kids are wonderful in that if I said, 'You know, guys, I want to do something different,' they'd be fine. They're not invested in daddy being president or my husband being president."

Now that it's clear that his policies have wrecked the economy, with its most important indicators---unemployment, housing prices, consumer confidence, gas prices---all sliding in the wrong direction, he might want to take a powder. Go and do something "less stressful," as he said this morning. Write his memoir. Give speeches. Create a foundation to rival Bubba's. You know, cash in and check out.

Responsibility.

http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/atms-blame-bad-econ...
June 15, 2011 11:43:55 PM

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Will he actually act as if hes done something to be critical about, or will he and the rest of dem land just keeo accusing the economies plight on the past, with other names attached?


It's Palin's fault :sol:  And Romney, He had a lot to do with it. Pawlenty too. Bachmann and Cain caused a lot of the problems too.
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June 16, 2011 12:08:44 AM

I guess theres pawlenty of blame to go around.
Its not as if he wasnt Able (Obama), surely its Cains fault.
Just look Bach man,and see how bad it was, what hes inherited, and look what that rich guy, Romney has inherited
We need to tax the crap outta people like him, and Newt...err, prevent them from becoming prez
Good ol Obama
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bO72BC7ubNQ
June 16, 2011 12:24:16 AM

If you look back into the history of Obamaonomics, you understand how the nation realized early on Obama was on his way to great things when He narrowly edged out Beyonce for the Nobel Peace Prize.
June 17, 2011 9:31:12 AM

That's why the Nobel Peace is useless. All the others are based on accomplishment.

badge said:

It's Palin's fault :sol:  And Romney, He had a lot to do with it. Pawlenty too. Bachmann and Cain caused a lot of the problems too.

Don't forget Bush and Cheney.

And for the thread title "Will Obama take responsibility?"
No. He is still voting "Present".
June 17, 2011 1:17:49 PM

The stimulus bill was actually written by The Apollo Foundation, a private leftist think tank funded by The Tides Foundation which is funded by George Soros.

The healthcare bill, known as Obamacare was written back in 1993-94 and has been sitting in Henry "nostrils" Waxman's desk drawer ever since; waiting for a Dem controlled congress and white house.
September 12, 2011 4:17:36 PM

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