Is Barack Obama Doing a Good Job as P...

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#2491 May 2, 2014
Pale Rider wrote:
When talking about some of the best and worst Presidents.
George Washington, Lincoln names come up.
Of the modern Presidents, it is Bill Clinton the man that left office with a very high rating.
Of the modern Presidents as the worst. George W. Bush is right there with Herbert Hoover. Bush cost his Party in 2008, again in 2012. If a Bush runs in 2016, he too will be a loser. The Republican have no ideas, no one that can win in 2016. They haven;t done a thing but line their pockets with inside information, while in Washington. They don't do anything for America, but look up dirt on someone, they oppose.
Nothing from nothing is the Republican Party.
Ahhh, Lincoln - the man who wanted to keep blacks and whites segregated and didn't think they should be living together - even when free. Yeah, buddy!
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#2492 May 3, 2014
A few facts comparing Oblamo and W:

◾Despite the improved economy, the number of people receiving food-stamp assistance has continued to grow, and now more people have been added to the food-stamp rolls under Obama than under any single previous president.
◾Federal spending under Obama has grown faster than inflation.
◾Federal debt held by the public has grown by 90 percent since Obama took office.
◾Obama has ordered seven times more drone strikes than Bush in the covert conflicts in Pakistan and Yemen, according to independent estimates
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#2493 May 3, 2014
Modest Inflation, Stagnant Wages
Inflation has remained modest, but wages have remained stagnant during Obama’s presidency. As of the release of March figures on April 16, the Consumer Price Index for all urban consumers had risen 9.6 percent since Obama first took office.
Wages, however, have not quite kept up with the rise in the price of consumer goods. The BLS reported that “real” average weekly earnings for rank-and-file workers, as measured by the monthly national payroll survey, had actually declined 0.2 percent over Obama’s time in office.
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#2494 May 3, 2014
Pale Rider wrote:
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The entire list is a lie and you know it! You have all but wore that old list out kid!
You never have anything new, that is why you are a dull and no one gives a damn what you post.
I am still waiting for Wide Ass Rider to find any lie I've posted on here.

Well...we're waiting......
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#2495 May 3, 2014
Since Wide Ass Rider won't state anything of substance let's compare some recent statements.

Yesterday, the jobs report showed that real unemployment is over 12%. This is the U6 number that includes those long term unemployed that have given up hope and stopped looking. In addition, the labor participation rate dropped to the lowest level since 1978.

Wide Ass Rider stated in 2012 that Oblamo would add 20M jobs in his second term.

Liberals with no credibility are like pissing into the wind.
Pale Rider

Alexandria, KY

#2496 May 3, 2014
Neutral Party wrote:
Lowest labor participation rate since 1978. Who was POTUS then?
Why the second worst POTUS ever. Further proof Oblamo is the worst POTUS ever.
Before we get to the labor participation rate.

I pose this question. How do you keep the Sun from shining? Or the Moon from glowing? Or the tide from coming or going?

Or how do you keep from growing OLD? There is no way, is the answer, COMMON SENSE.
Some people have common sense, some don't. Neutral likes to grab a few headlines that he hopes will get your attention.

Here is what Neutral didn't tell you:

What he didn't tell you, more baby boomers are retiring. It isn't all Obama's fault as Neutral would have you believe. In fact long after Obama is gone, the participation rate will continue to fall until 2022.

During the 1970s and 1980s, the labor force grew vigorously as women’s labor force participation rates surged and the baby-boom generation entered the labor market. However, the dynamic demographic, economic, and social forces that once spurred the level, growth, and composition of the labor force have changed and are now damping labor force growth. The labor force participation rate of women, which peaked in 1999, has been on a declining trend. In addition, instead of entering the labor force, baby boomers are retiring in large numbers and exiting the workforce. Once again, the baby-boom generation has become a generator of change, this time in its retirement.

Moreover, the jobless recovery of the 2001 recession, coupled with the severe economic impact of the 2007–2009 recession, caused disruptions in the labor market.

In the first 12 years of the 21st century, the growth of the population has slowed and labor force participation rates generally have declined. As a result, labor force growth also has slowed. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects that the next 10 years will bring about an aging labor force that is growing slowly, a declining overall labor force participation rate, and more diversity in the racial and ethnic composition of the labor force.
Pale Rider

Alexandria, KY

#2497 May 3, 2014
Neutral Party wrote:
Lowest labor participation rate since 1978. Who was POTUS then?
Why the second worst POTUS ever. Further proof Oblamo is the worst POTUS ever.
Some of the worst Presidents:

George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Franklin D. Roosevelt are consistently ranked at the top of the lists. Often ranked just below those Presidents are Thomas Jefferson and Theodore Roosevelt. The remaining places in the top ten are often rounded out by Harry S. Truman, Woodrow Wilson, Dwight D. Eisenhower, James K. Polk, and Andrew Jackson.

Presidents such as John F. Kennedy, Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton tend to be rated among the greatest in public opinion polls, but do not always rank as highly among presidential scholars and historians.

The bottom ten often includes James Buchanan, Andrew Johnson, Franklin Pierce, Warren G. Harding, Millard Fillmore, GEORGE W. BUSH, HERBERT HOOVER, Martin Van Buren, Zachary Taylor, and John Tyler.
Pale Rider

Alexandria, KY

#2498 May 3, 2014
Neutral Party wrote:
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I am still waiting for Wide Ass Rider to find any lie I've posted on here.
Well...we're waiting......
Neutral is a damn blatherskite and has been for years. I DO NOT BELIEVE anything the man says. Here is what I am hearing from one of his close friends out of Louisville, KY. From a man that calls himself "Big Penis." He is reporting that Neutral went to see a Sex reassignment surgery specialist. He now wears a 44DD Bra. WOW NEUTRAL! Do you REALLY? I asked why? BP said NP wanted to be the QUEEN, or is it KING. Anyway don't ever become a friend of this windbag, he will stalk you, lie about you, and anything else he can think of.

Most of the stuff he posts can be researched to be OLD NEWS of 2 to ten years ago, or some post that is FALSE. Like his assertion of WORST PRESIDENTS. President Nixon would come to mind, George W. Bush. I do like Nixon, he got a raw deal from the News Media, it was just to make a news story, and drive a President out of office. The News Media are always jumping on someone for news with their own side of the story, to sell news.

Like Neutral with his searches for Obama BS. The Truth, he doesn't like Black People like most Republicans. The Tea Party is mostly Whites, few Black.

I don't waste my time trying to answer NP BULL and lies. If you ever want to know, just do a little research on his FALSE HEADLINES he grabs off of the Internet.

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#2499 May 3, 2014
Neutral Party wrote:
Modest Inflation, Stagnant Wages
Inflation has remained modest, but wages have remained stagnant during Obama’s presidency. As of the release of March figures on April 16, the Consumer Price Index for all urban consumers had risen 9.6 percent since Obama first took office.
Wages, however, have not quite kept up with the rise in the price of consumer goods. The BLS reported that “real” average weekly earnings for rank-and-file workers, as measured by the monthly national payroll survey, had actually declined 0.2 percent over Obama’s time in office.
Yes....Plus, unemployment rate is down to 6.7%.....Thanks, President Obama....
Pale Rider

Alexandria, KY

#2500 May 3, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Yes....Plus, unemployment rate is down to 6.7%.....Thanks, President Obama....
The GOOD NEWS is more than the RIGHT can STAND. All they can do is lie about what OBAMA has done for America.

Look where America was when George W. Bush was President in 2008?

Good job Blue!

The Republicans can't stand prosperity!

Thank You Mr. President - Thank You Very Much - Obama the Great!

Great Job!

Vote to Keep America Moving - Vote For a Democrat

Since: Oct 12

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#2501 May 3, 2014
Pale Rider wrote:
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The GOOD NEWS is more than the RIGHT can STAND. All they can do is lie about what OBAMA has done for America.
Look where America was when George W. Bush was President in 2008?
Good job Blue!
The Republicans can't stand prosperity!
Thank You Mr. President - Thank You Very Much - Obama the Great!
Great Job!
Vote to Keep America Moving - Vote For a Democrat
Their denial mirrors their Candidates flawed comprehension....preferring Big Money over the needs of Americans....
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#2502 May 3, 2014
Pale Rider wrote:
<quoted text>
Before we get to the labor participation rate.
I pose this question. How do you keep the Sun from shining? Or the Moon from glowing? Or the tide from coming or going?
Or how do you keep from growing OLD? There is no way, is the answer, COMMON SENSE.
Some people have common sense, some don't. Neutral likes to grab a few headlines that he hopes will get your attention.
Here is what Neutral didn't tell you:
What he didn't tell you, more baby boomers are retiring. It isn't all Obama's fault as Neutral would have you believe. In fact long after Obama is gone, the participation rate will continue to fall until 2022.
During the 1970s and 1980s, the labor force grew vigorously as women’s labor force participation rates surged and the baby-boom generation entered the labor market. However, the dynamic demographic, economic, and social forces that once spurred the level, growth, and composition of the labor force have changed and are now damping labor force growth. The labor force participation rate of women, which peaked in 1999, has been on a declining trend. In addition, instead of entering the labor force, baby boomers are retiring in large numbers and exiting the workforce. Once again, the baby-boom generation has become a generator of change, this time in its retirement.
Moreover, the jobless recovery of the 2001 recession, coupled with the severe economic impact of the 2007–2009 recession, caused disruptions in the labor market.
In the first 12 years of the 21st century, the growth of the population has slowed and labor force participation rates generally have declined. As a result, labor force growth also has slowed. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects that the next 10 years will bring about an aging labor force that is growing slowly, a declining overall labor force participation rate, and more diversity in the racial and ethnic composition of the labor force.
Your interpretation/analysis doesn't count as fact.

Here are some additional facts that discount your opinion:
To be sure, the labor market remains sluggish. The jobless rate is still historically high, above the roughly 4% to 5% rate in the months before the recession. The share of working-age Americans in the labor force—meaning those in jobs or actively looking for work—fell back to a three-decade low last month, now standing at 62.8%.

Wages were flat in April. The average hourly wage for private sector workers was unchanged at $24.31—just 1.9% above the year-earlier level. The average workweek was also unchanged at 34.5 hours.

http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2014/05/l...
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#2503 May 3, 2014
I will help you out. To put it very simply, 1 in 3 able to work are not.

By any measure, things suck and have for quite a while. After 5+ years this is Oblamo's economy.

America will judge this fall whether they approve of the current state of the nation. Analysis by even democratic strategists is guarded. Latest estimates show that 10 democratic seats may be lost in the Senate and in the House even more.
t

Springfield, OH

#2504 May 3, 2014
No matter how you try to judge this president there is almost 50 million people on food stamps that can not find employment to support themselves. I feel for them and there families. He is in his 6 year as president and no end in sight for the 50 million citizens of getting back on their feet. The President will not have a favorable track record when history looks back at this point in time.
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#2505 May 3, 2014
Oblamo will go down as one of the worst managers ever to occupy the WH. This man gives a good speech but he is not a paid speaker, he is a politician.

He has surrounded himself with like thinkers making the entire administration thrive like an incestual relationship.

The results show actions have hurt the country and unlike the last Democrat to occupy the office couldn't figure it out.

What a failure.
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#2506 May 3, 2014
Hillary won't get within 100 miles of Oblamo for the next two years.

Since: Oct 12

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#2507 May 4, 2014
t wrote:
No matter how you try to judge this president there is almost 50 million people on food stamps that can not find employment to support themselves. I feel for them and there families. He is in his 6 year as president and no end in sight for the 50 million citizens of getting back on their feet. The President will not have a favorable track record when history looks back at this point in time.
Kinda creepy in how so many ignored those on foodstamps....until President Obama was elected.....
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#2508 May 4, 2014
Probably because since 2008 food stamp recipients have gone from 27M to 48M, an increase of almost 80%.

Do you want to know about home ownership, take home income, the real unemployment rate, energy costs, national debt or anything else that has been a disaster under this failure of a Presidency?

You really need to get informed.

Since: Oct 12

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#2509 May 4, 2014
Neutral Party wrote:
Probably because since 2008 food stamp recipients have gone from 27M to 48M, an increase of almost 80%.
Do you want to know about home ownership, take home income, the real unemployment rate, energy costs, national debt or anything else that has been a disaster under this failure of a Presidency?
You really need to get informed.
OKAAAYYY....Why don't you tell us all...who was President, when the recession Began?
Female

Chillicothe, OH

#2510 May 4, 2014
The Entire GOP Agenda Is A Talking Point Designed To Mislead The American People
That’s why the Republican National Committee is pretending to reach out to minorities while canceling early voting in Ohio to fix the problem of too many black people voting.

That’s why Republicans complain that not enough people are being covered by Obamacare, while denying 5 million working people Medicaid expansion.

That’s why they’re still fixated on Solyndra in 2014 even though the stimulus gave birth to a clean energy revolution that has seen solar production grow 418 percent since 2010.

That’s why Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) is pretending to care about poverty as he pushes a budget that would take health insurance from tens of millions and usher millions into poverty.

That’s why they say they can’t do immigration reform because they don’t trust this president — who has done more than any other recent president — to secure the border.

That’s why they say they’re “pro-life” while refusing to admit that Democrats have just done more than conservatives have ever done to reduce abortions by simply mandating birth control coverage.

After leaving this country with a Great Recession and two wars, the best the GOP can do after spending millions of taxpayer dollars investigating the White House is an allegation of misleading talking points.

If misleading talking points were an impeachable offense, Washington, D.C. would be empty and the GOP platform would be a blank piece of paper.

http://www.nationalmemo.com/entire-gop-agenda...

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