Obama fifth best president ever

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tater

Jefferson City, TN

#1 Apr 4, 2013
Of the total of 44 US Presidents: Obama rated 5th best president ever. I was just reading a
Democratic publicity release that said, "...after a little more than 5 years, Obama has been rated the 5th best president ever." The details according to White House Publicists..:

* Reagan, Lincoln, and 8 others tied for first,
* 15 presidents tied for second,
* 17 other presidents tied for third,
* Jimmy Carter came in 4th, and
* Obama came in fifth
Please

Gaffney, SC

#2 Apr 4, 2013
tater wrote:
Of the total of 44 US Presidents: Obama rated 5th best president ever. I was just reading a
Democratic publicity release that said, "...after a little more than 5 years, Obama has been rated the 5th best president ever." The details according to White House Publicists..:
* Reagan, Lincoln, and 8 others tied for first,
* 15 presidents tied for second,
* 17 other presidents tied for third,
* Jimmy Carter came in 4th, and
* Obama came in fifth
funny but the facts are whether or not you like him or not. He has done a fantastic job to date!!!
Can you hear me now?

United States

#3 Apr 4, 2013
Please wrote:
<quoted text>funny but the facts are whether or not you like him or not. He has done a fantastic job to date!!!
Please explain, thank you.

“To thine ownself be true.”

Since: Jan 13

The Planet Gallifrey

#4 Apr 4, 2013
Please wrote:
<quoted text>He has done a fantastic job to date!!!
Yeah, if you're a welfare recipient or an illegal immigrant.
Just the facts

Morristown, TN

#5 Apr 4, 2013
Please wrote:
<quoted text> funny but the facts are whether or not you like him or not. He has done a fantastic job to date!!!
Inquiring minds and citizens would like to know, how do you define "fantastic"???
This ought to be a good one.
Please

Gaffney, SC

#6 Apr 4, 2013
Do i really have to explain all this shit again. This country was bankrupt when he took over!! Facts: loosing jobs at an all time high, banks and insurance companies loaning money to the rich, which by the way they still can't pay back even today. A WAR brought on by that midgett George W . It cost us tax payers billions of dollars and more importantly thousands and thousands of lives. Our stockmarket was at 6500, most people lost their life savings and will be working till they die. Well people are back to work if they want to be. The war is over, and the market has doubled since the day he took office. From the time he took over till present if you can't see that this man has done a fantastic job, well then you people or blind or stupid.
Just the facts

Morristown, TN

#7 Apr 4, 2013
Please wrote:
Do i really have to explain all this shit again. This country was bankrupt when he took over!! Facts: loosing jobs at an all time high, banks and insurance companies loaning money to the rich, which by the way they still can't pay back even today. A WAR brought on by that midgett George W . It cost us tax payers billions of dollars and more importantly thousands and thousands of lives. Our stockmarket was at 6500, most people lost their life savings and will be working till they die. Well people are back to work if they want to be. The war is over, and the market has doubled since the day he took office. From the time he took over till present if you can't see that this man has done a fantastic job, well then you people or blind or stupid.
You are both blind and stupid! This nation is on the brink of financial collapse. What has Obama brought us back from?? The war won't ever be over, the troops might be moving out, but the war continues. Today, new unemployment numbers are out, so you obviously have no clue. Guess it doesn't matter to you since your EBT card and disability check come right to your door, straight from your kings checkbook.
tater

Jefferson City, TN

#8 Apr 4, 2013
Really, people are back to work? Unemployment is at highest level ever. The country was bankrupt? the national debt has increased by more than 7 trillion dollars under him really bankrupting the country. The banks lent money to the rich that they can't pay back? really if the are rich how does that figure? The stock market has recovered? The stock market is a reflection of the money printing and anyone with any sense what so ever knows not to put any money in it because of its false prop up and the coming collapse. You sound like the democrat in Colorado and the gun magazine statements you just know nothing at all period you totally out of touch with reality and you must get your information from comedians like most progressives do.
Have no facts

Columbus, NC

#9 Apr 4, 2013
I believe someone is referring to the popularity pole, not performance. The performance data shows him battling for the title of worst president in history.
He scores high on the popularity pole from the same people he got his votes from. Lower to no income living on government assisted people. Not all of us want to live that way. Some like the possibility of advancement thru hard work either physical or mental. If there is no industry left in th U.S. there is noway for that to be possible. Someone give me unbiased stats that show how he would be inline for being 5th best cause I can't find em. A milestone in the for the U.S. maybe, but not for performance.

“To thine ownself be true.”

Since: Jan 13

The Planet Gallifrey

#10 Apr 4, 2013
Please wrote:
Do i really have to explain all this shit again. This country was bankrupt when he took over!! Facts: loosing jobs at an all time high, banks and insurance companies loaning money to the rich, which by the way they still can't pay back even today. A WAR brought on by that midgett George W . It cost us tax payers billions of dollars and more importantly thousands and thousands of lives. Our stockmarket was at 6500, most people lost their life savings and will be working till they die. Well people are back to work if they want to be. The war is over, and the market has doubled since the day he took office. From the time he took over till present if you can't see that this man has done a fantastic job, well then you people or blind or stupid.
Why is it every time someone says something about Barack Obama somebody has to say something about George W. Bush? While I tend to agree with the consensus that GWB was a terrible president my post was neither about him nor it even mention him. Bush was terrible as a president, I'm glad I didn't vote for him.

I'm probably going to catch a lot of flak for this, but so be it; I miss the days when Clinton was in office. He was a man I could get behind, big deal he was getting hummers from a white house intern. What he does in his personal life is of no concern to me. How he runs the country is what's important, after all that's what we elected him to do. While he didn't do everything right, no one possibly could, at least he did his best. We cannot even seem to get Obama to do that. All he seems to be concerned with is making the American people dependent on the government for their livelihood.

Now, the economy has improved somewhat since GWB was in office, I will admit that, but that that is almost like saying that getting shot in the foot is preferable to being shot in the face. While one is less disastrous than the other it is by no means much better. The economy is still in the toilet, and Obama's bigger government solution is no solution at all. It will simply throw gasoline on an already raging conflagration.

I would like to think that my hard work and determination (maybe just a little bit of luck too) had a lot to do with how successful I have been. I have steadily progressed over the past several years. Under three different presidents. If I wanted to, I could say that Bill Clinton was the worst president ever, if I strictly based it on my income at the time. I was making just over $4.00 an hour then. But I would be incorrect in saying that. Now at the other end of that spectrum, I could say that Obama was a great president, if based strictly upon my income, because I make a lot more now than I did then, but I would be incorrect in saying that too.

Clinton was a great president more or less. If given the opportunity, I'd vote for him again. I'm probably going to get a lot of hate for that, but so be it. I like to vote based on how I feel and what I believe in, not strictly based on party affiliation. I think voting for someone based upon party affiliation is a waste.
Can you hear me now?

United States

#11 Apr 4, 2013
Wait-----what wrote:
<quoted text>Why is it every time someone says something about Barack Obama somebody has to say something about George W. Bush? While I tend to agree with the consensus that GWB was a terrible president my post was neither about him nor it even mention him. Bush was terrible as a president, I'm glad I didn't vote for him.

I'm probably going to catch a lot of flak for this, but so be it; I miss the days when Clinton was in office. He was a man I could get behind, big deal he was getting hummers from a white house intern. What he does in his personal life is of no concern to me. How he runs the country is what's important, after all that's what we elected him to do. While he didn't do everything right, no one possibly could, at least he did his best. We cannot even seem to get Obama to do that. All he seems to be concerned with is making the American people dependent on the government for their livelihood.

Now, the economy has improved somewhat since GWB was in office, I will admit that, but that that is almost like saying that getting shot in the foot is preferable to being shot in the face. While one is less disastrous than the other it is by no means much better. The economy is still in the toilet, and Obama's bigger government solution is no solution at all. It will simply throw gasoline on an already raging conflagration.

I would like to think that my hard work and determination (maybe just a little bit of luck too) had a lot to do with how successful I have been. I have steadily progressed over the past several years. Under three different presidents. If I wanted to, I could say that Bill Clinton was the worst president ever, if I strictly based it on my income at the time. I was making just over $4.00 an hour then. But I would be incorrect in saying that. Now at the other end of that spectrum, I could say that Obama was a great president, if based strictly upon my income, because I make a lot more now than I did then, but I would be incorrect in saying that too.

Clinton was a great president more or less. If given the opportunity, I'd vote for him again. I'm probably going to get a lot of hate for that, but so be it. I like to vote based on how I feel and what I believe in, not strictly based on party affiliation. I think voting for someone based upon party affiliation is a waste.
You'll get the opportunity to vote for Clinton again, Hillary Clinton... Good luck.
Can you hear me now?

United States

#12 Apr 4, 2013
Please wrote:
Do i really have to explain all this shit again. This country was bankrupt when he took over!! Facts: loosing jobs at an all time high, banks and insurance companies loaning money to the rich, which by the way they still can't pay back even today. A WAR brought on by that midgett George W . It cost us tax payers billions of dollars and more importantly thousands and thousands of lives. Our stockmarket was at 6500, most people lost their life savings and will be working till they die. Well people are back to work if they want to be. The war is over, and the market has doubled since the day he took office. From the time he took over till present if you can't see that this man has done a fantastic job, well then you people or blind or stupid.
I admit that his stimulus packages / bailouts for large corporations has been quite a success. Firearm and ammunition companies have been extremely prosperous under this administration.

“To thine ownself be true.”

Since: Jan 13

The Planet Gallifrey

#13 Apr 4, 2013
[QUOTE who="Can you hear me now?"]<quoted text>
You'll get the opportunity to vote for Clinton again, Hillary Clinton... Good luck.[/QUOTE]

Not her.....not going to happen.
simple

Columbus, NC

#14 Apr 4, 2013
Wait-----what wrote:
<quoted text>
Why is it every time someone says something about Barack Obama somebody has to say something about George W. Bush? While I tend to agree with the consensus that GWB was a terrible president my post was neither about him nor it even mention him. Bush was terrible as a president, I'm glad I didn't vote for him.
I'm probably going to catch a lot of flak for this, but so be it; I miss the days when Clinton was in office. He was a man I could get behind, big deal he was getting hummers from a white house intern. What he does in his personal life is of no concern to me. How he runs the country is what's important, after all that's what we elected him to do. While he didn't do everything right, no one possibly could, at least he did his best. We cannot even seem to get Obama to do that. All he seems to be concerned with is making the American people dependent on the government for their livelihood.
Now, the economy has improved somewhat since GWB was in office, I will admit that, but that that is almost like saying that getting shot in the foot is preferable to being shot in the face. While one is less disastrous than the other it is by no means much better. The economy is still in the toilet, and Obama's bigger government solution is no solution at all. It will simply throw gasoline on an already raging conflagration.
I would like to think that my hard work and determination (maybe just a little bit of luck too) had a lot to do with how successful I have been. I have steadily progressed over the past several years. Under three different presidents. If I wanted to, I could say that Bill Clinton was the worst president ever, if I strictly based it on my income at the time. I was making just over $4.00 an hour then. But I would be incorrect in saying that. Now at the other end of that spectrum, I could say that Obama was a great president, if based strictly upon my income, because I make a lot more now than I did then, but I would be incorrect in saying that too.
Clinton was a great president more or less. If given the opportunity, I'd vote for him again. I'm probably going to get a lot of hate for that, but so be it. I like to vote based on how I feel and what I believe in, not strictly based on party affiliation. I think voting for someone based upon party affiliation is a waste.
It is just like when a youngster gets in trouble and tells on a sibling for doing something wrong in hopes of taking attention off their misbehaving . It's an admission of wrong doing but they need to point out that others have done wrong as well. But its still admission .
nobama

Morristown, TN

#15 Apr 4, 2013
Obama sucks and isn't even American who thinks he is better than all of us. SCREW HIS ASS!!!!!
tater

Jefferson City, TN

#16 Apr 4, 2013
Its amazing how reallt dense the people on here are you post something that has to be read and comprehended and it goes right over their heads. The post shows the idiot to be in last place wake up hes the absolute worst in history hands down.
Propaganda much

Charlotte, NC

#17 Apr 4, 2013
simple, just add up the numbers, and he came last. It was created to fool people as a joke, no reason to insult, but it is what you do,
LiberalSocialist Democrat

United States

#18 Apr 4, 2013
Obama's advisers said the debt will need to go to 30 $$ trillion $$ in the next 10 years to keep the economy going. SO!
They know what they are doing, quit worrying about it.

Urp

“A Pigment of Imagination”

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#19 Apr 5, 2013
It's pretty much how economics works, if the private sector can't grow the economy, and let's face it with "official" unemployment at 7.something percent, unofficial unemployment at 12 something percent, jobs that are out there not paying squat, just enough to buy food and keep a roof over your head, the only way the economy grows is for the government to spend big bucks. I'm not an advocate of deficit spending mind you, that's just the reality of how it works.

As I alluded to in another thread, when Clinton balanced the budget, the government wasn't borrowing and issuing T-Bills, or pumping money into the economy, so the banks had to do something to create investment opportunities, thus Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac stepped in and started offering shady mortgage bonds in return for issuing shady mortgages, that started this mess to begin with.

That ponzi scheme finally fell, as they all do, and the government of course bailed it out, since it was a government sponsored ponzi scheme to start with. Why do you think no one has been prosecuted? So it finally leads to the government needing to be bailed out, and guess who gets to do it? The taxpayer. Of course corporate and the wealthy that originally benefited from the ponzi scheme and made big $$$ aren't willing to kick in so it falls on the working stiff to pay the debt back.

This recession isn't going to be over any time soon, no matter if Obama's in office or who the next person is in office, republican or democrat. Yeah, stock market is at an all time high, but still no decent jobs except tech, medical and energy. Economy growing at a snail's pace. This my friends is the "real" economy, not the boom economy that was going on before 2007. That was the false economy based on private sector borrowing.
Americans is it true

United States

#20 Apr 5, 2013
Homosexuals and President Obama claim you now support homosexual "marriage", special job preferences for homosexuals, and promotion of the homosexual lifestyle in schools.

Is it true? What do you say?

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