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

Since: Oct 12

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#2732 Jun 13, 2014
Male wrote:
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Because he pulled our troops out before al-Qaeda was defeated as claimed otherwise, it now looks, like Osama Obama may have to send the Air Force back into Iraq. Boots to follow. So how's that working for you Blue?
In Mosel 55,000 Iraqi military and police surrendered or ran....refusing to defend themselves againest 9,000 ISIL fighters....Absolute BS....even left all the tanks, ordinance and weapons, we taught them on....handed it to the enemy....Obama is right....If they won't defend themselves, there isn't much we could or should do.....Iraq's been a fuck*p since day one.....
Pale Rider

Somerset, KY

#2733 Jun 13, 2014
America got in trouble when Ronald Reagan became President.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#2734 Jun 13, 2014
Pale Rider wrote:
America got in trouble when Ronald Reagan became President.
don't breed.

1 of you is to many.
Pale Rider

Somerset, KY

#2735 Jun 13, 2014
Reality Speaks wrote:
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don't breed.
1 of you is to many.
https://www.youtube.com/watch...

Click on this link Reality, Republicans, Tea Party Members. This Elephant has done more for America than the Tea Party, and Republicans combined since Obama has been in office.

Repeat that over and over Reality. The elephant has done more for America than all of the Repupublicans and Tea Party Members, or John Boehner, and Mitch McConnell combined.
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#2736 Jun 13, 2014
Male wrote:
<quoted text>
Because he pulled our troops out before al-Qaeda was defeated as claimed otherwise, it now looks, like Osama Obama may have to send the Air Force back into Iraq. Boots to follow. So how's that working for you Blue?
Oblamo will never commit ground troops. Never!

Really he could care less. By the time Oblamo gets around to doing something the entire country will be controlled by the same person he freed in 2009.

Makes you think this is part of the plan based on his pro radical Islamic terrorist policies.

Since: Apr 14

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#2737 Jun 14, 2014
Pale Rider wrote:
New Taxes
Now we have a BLOW HARD on here, telling everyone, how well off he is. Funny thing, he didn't mention paying more taxes.
The Affordable Care Act also includes new taxes.
Most new taxes are on high-earners, large businesses, and the healthcare industry.
Now if our wingbag Reality Speaks got hit with new taxes, we would never hear the end of it would we?
No because why?
He is receiving TAX CREDITS Folks. He isn't paying more - but less. The way that old bloated up beer belly brags, or runs down Obama, if he were paying more, we would not have heard the last of it.
However, there are some tax related provisions every American should be aware of: Tax Credits to subsidize costs for low-to-middle income Americans and small businesses starting 2014, an Employer Mandate for large employers to provide health insurance to full-time employees by 2016, an Individual Mandate for individuals and families obtain health insurance by 2014, and lastly new limits to medical deductions.
You learned how to copy and paste - it's a shame you didn't learn how to read, too.

http://www.irs.gov/uac/Newsroom/Questions-and...

Since: Apr 14

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#2738 Jun 14, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> In Mosel 55,000 Iraqi military and police surrendered or ran....refusing to defend themselves againest 9,000 ISIL fighters....Absolute BS....even left all the tanks, ordinance and weapons, we taught them on....handed it to the enemy....Obama is right....If they won't defend themselves, there isn't much we could or should do.....Iraq's been a fuck*p since day one.....
Sending an aircraft carrier in, though, isn't much? Right, sure, whatever.
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#2739 Jun 14, 2014
Dick for Mayor wrote:
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You learned how to copy and paste - it's a shame you didn't learn how to read, too.
http://www.irs.gov/uac/Newsroom/Questions-and...
Good point D4M. I am still waiting for her to prove Oblamocare is not fully implemented until 2022 and many other items I have called her on.

Of course she may mean that the website will be fully implemented by then. But then again I don't want to get my hopes up.

The worst POTUS ever, Barack Hussein Obama.
Pale Rider

Somerset, KY

#2740 Jun 15, 2014
He came into trillions of debt and a failing economy post-crisis and did what he could. Despite stiff resistance from the Republican-controlled house, he has in fact kept the majority of his promises. The ones that he did break are due more to compromises he had to make with the Republicans. He gets a bad rap because most Republican's expected him to fix all of our problems in 6 months. Magically jobs would be created. unemployment would drop below 4.5%

Now this:

In his State of the Union address, in January, President Obama said,“When I took office, nearly a hundred and eighty thousand Americans were serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. Today, all our troops are out of Iraq.” It was a boast, not an apology. The descent of Iraq into open civil war in the past week has not, to judge from his remarks on Friday, fundamentally changed that view. He did grant that it was alarming that the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham,“a terrorist organization that operates in both Iraq and in Syria,” had made what he delicately called “significant gains” in Iraq.(That is, it has taken control of more than one city.) He said that he wasn’t entirely surprised—things hadn’t been looking good in Iraq for a while, and we’d been giving the government there more help.“Now Iraq needs additional support to break the momentum of extremist groups and bolster the capabilities of Iraqi security forces,” he said. After all, as he put it,“Nobody has an interest in seeing terrorists gain a foothold inside of Iraq.” But there were limits:“We will not be sending U.S. troops back into combat in Iraq.”
Pale Rider

Somerset, KY

#2741 Jun 15, 2014
Think about this:

Look at all of the American lives lost for Iraq, billions spent. And when push comes to shove, the Iraqis fall like dominos. They are like prisoners, some people you can't help. They keep falling in the same old rut.

The Obama Brain:

Speaking from the South Lawn, Obama argued that this was not just a matter of what the American people would accept, or the limits of our capacity to make sacrifices for humanitarian goals. It’s more that he doesn’t see the point. As he sees it, after all our investment of lives and money—“extraordinary sacrifices”—the Iraqis have not been willing to treat each other decently, and until they do our air strikes won’t help.“This is not solely, or even primarily, a military challenge,” he said, and went on:

Unfortunately, Iraqi leaders have been unable to overcome, too often, the mistrust and sectarian differences that have long been simmering there.… We can’t do it for them. And in the absence of this type of political effort, short-term military action—including any assistance we might provide—won’t succeed.… So the United States will do our part, but understand that ultimately it’s up to the Iraqis, as a sovereign nation, to solve their problems.

We cannot blame Obama for pulling out the American troops.

Since: Oct 12

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#2742 Jun 15, 2014
Dick for Mayor wrote:
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Sending an aircraft carrier in, though, isn't much? Right, sure, whatever.
Probably our best option for now, is stationing the Aircraft Carrier there....everything should be subject to how Maliki's government proceeds.....
d pantz

Toledo, OH

#2743 Jun 15, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> "Wasn't that Obama and Kerry's whole reason to go into Syria?"....WHEN DID WE ...GO INTO SYRIA???
We did not because the public opinion was different than it was in 2003 . Obama and Kerry were hell bent on going
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#2744 Jun 15, 2014
Pale Rider wrote:
He came into trillions of debt and a failing economy post-crisis and did what he could. Despite stiff resistance from the Republican-controlled house, he has in fact kept the majority of his promises. The ones that he did break are due more to compromises he had to make with the Republicans. He gets a bad rap because most Republican's expected him to fix all of our problems in 6 months. Magically jobs would be created. unemployment would drop below 4.5%
Now this:
In his State of the Union address, in January, President Obama said,“When I took office, nearly a hundred and eighty thousand Americans were serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. Today, all our troops are out of Iraq.” It was a boast, not an apology. The descent of Iraq into open civil war in the past week has not, to judge from his remarks on Friday, fundamentally changed that view. He did grant that it was alarming that the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham,“a terrorist organization that operates in both Iraq and in Syria,” had made what he delicately called “significant gains” in Iraq.(That is, it has taken control of more than one city.) He said that he wasn’t entirely surprised—things hadn’t been looking good in Iraq for a while, and we’d been giving the government there more help.“Now Iraq needs additional support to break the momentum of extremist groups and bolster the capabilities of Iraqi security forces,” he said. After all, as he put it,“Nobody has an interest in seeing terrorists gain a foothold inside of Iraq.” But there were limits:“We will not be sending U.S. troops back into combat in Iraq.”
If you're still blaming Bush, Oblamo doesn't have the answer.
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#2745 Jun 15, 2014
Pale Rider wrote:
He came into trillions of debt and a failing economy post-crisis and did what he could. Despite stiff resistance from the Republican-controlled house, he has in fact kept the majority of his promises. The ones that he did break are due more to compromises he had to make with the Republicans. He gets a bad rap because most Republican's expected him to fix all of our problems in 6 months. Magically jobs would be created. unemployment would drop below 4.5%
Now this:
In his State of the Union address, in January, President Obama said,“When I took office, nearly a hundred and eighty thousand Americans were serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. Today, all our troops are out of Iraq.” It was a boast, not an apology. The descent of Iraq into open civil war in the past week has not, to judge from his remarks on Friday, fundamentally changed that view. He did grant that it was alarming that the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham,“a terrorist organization that operates in both Iraq and in Syria,” had made what he delicately called “significant gains” in Iraq.(That is, it has taken control of more than one city.) He said that he wasn’t entirely surprised—things hadn’t been looking good in Iraq for a while, and we’d been giving the government there more help.“Now Iraq needs additional support to break the momentum of extremist groups and bolster the capabilities of Iraqi security forces,” he said. After all, as he put it,“Nobody has an interest in seeing terrorists gain a foothold inside of Iraq.” But there were limits:“We will not be sending U.S. troops back into combat in Iraq.”
My fat ass foe makes several opinions. Let's look at the facts regarding Oblamo:

He came into trillions in debt and has doubled it! Despite increased taxes, fees and whatever else the govt can take.

He pulled out of Iraq with no security agreement. Nothing regarding a future from Hillary or Oblamo, just left. I am surprised it took al Qaeda this long.

America did not expect Oblamo to fix things in six months. However, in the sixth year they do expect a better economy, better foreign policy and hope for the future.

Any way you look at it, Oblamo is a failure. Worst POTUS in history.
d pantz

Toledo, OH

#2746 Jun 15, 2014
I love it. We were going to fight along side al Qaeda in Syria and now we are going against them in Iraq.
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#2747 Jun 15, 2014
Even his own kin think he is the worst POTUS ever.

http://www.wnd.com/2014/02/obamas-cousin-hes-...

But here are some things to consider,

In a recovery, on average it takes 25 months to recover lost jobs. It took Oblamo 66 months to do this. Now for those that want to say how bad things were, history proves the worst the recession the stronger the recovery, yet by all measures this has been the worst recovery in US history.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/peterferrara/2013...
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#2748 Jun 15, 2014
d pantz wrote:
I love it. We were going to fight along side al Qaeda in Syria and now we are going against them in Iraq.
A by-product of Oblamo, Kerry and Hillary foreign policy. Lib foreign policy is like the circus, three rings of fun with clowns running around!

Since: May 14

Location hidden

#2749 Jun 15, 2014
True Lies….

Biden Once Called Iraq One of Obama's 'Great Achievements'

http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/biden-onc...
Male

Hilliard, OH

#2750 Jun 15, 2014
Pale Rider wrote:
America got in trouble when Ronald Reagan became President.
Maybe palefaces don't know history. America got was dragged into a fight with Muslim Fascist's when Carter was the President.
Male

Hilliard, OH

#2751 Jun 15, 2014
Neutral Party wrote:
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Oblamo will never commit ground troops. Never!
Really he could care less. By the time Oblamo gets around to doing something the entire country will be controlled by the same person he freed in 2009.
Makes you think this is part of the plan based on his pro radical Islamic terrorist policies.
Right now you can't say he won't send ground troops. The events taking place in Iraq right now could create a scenario in which our troops might be put on the ground in order to facilitate about 2000-4000 Americans getting out of there. The question is; will they let Maliki fall? The answer is; probably, and there will be a blood bath.

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