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

Columbus, OH

#2882 Jul 2, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Yes, President Obama has done excellent work, helping our Economy Recover, despite the poisonous republican opposition......
Do you want to recite the corporations that moved their HQ overseas under Obama, and the one's that currently are doing so?

As liberals demand.....the less opportunities there will be.

go on strike.......company relocates.......liberals whine about trickery.

Government intrusion.....company relocates.....less tax revenue and job creation....liberals whine.

Supreme court holds up law Bill Clinton signed in 1993, and Hillary says court is rouge and extremist.

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#2883 Jul 2, 2014
Reality Speaks wrote:
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Do you want to recite the corporations that moved their HQ overseas under Obama, and the one's that currently are doing so?
As liberals demand.....the less opportunities there will be.
go on strike.......company relocates.......liberals whine about trickery.
Government intrusion.....company relocates.....less tax revenue and job creation....liberals whine.
Supreme court holds up law Bill Clinton signed in 1993, and Hillary says court is rouge and extremist.
How many corporations and American jobs did Mitt Romney and Bain Capital send Overseas?......

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#2884 Jul 2, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> How many corporations and American jobs did Mitt Romney and Bain Capital send Overseas?......
Probably not as many as GE, Immelt and Soros
Male

Columbus, OH

#2885 Jul 2, 2014
Pale Rider wrote:
Here is what I like about a man that can stand on his own. Obama tells it like it is. Oh! Yea, it burns the Republicans, all they can talk about is the Constitution, that is it folks, another lame excuse for doing NOTHING as usual.
Obama said:
"If Congress will not do their job, at least we can do ours."
Way to go Obama, pour it on!
Obama ripped John Boehner to shreds. That is what he gets for nearly 6 years of nothing. The Republicans can add another eight more for doing nothing under George W. Bush. The last time they did anything was when Bill Clinton was President. They helped pass a balanced budget, and George W. Bush wasted the surplus.
The Do Nothing Party!
Yeah paleface, but the Republicans do it within the constitution and Bill of Rights that protect our liberties that you don't believe in. You live in a Constitutional Republic, not a banana republic.

Why does the Constitutional Law professor in the White House keep getting slapped down by the SCOTUS for violating the Constitution you don't believe in?

Have you ever taken an American History or a Civics class? No? I didn't think so.

Obama Has Effectively Rewritten Laws, "He Has Crossed The Constitutional Line"

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2014/0...

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#2886 Jul 2, 2014
scirocco wrote:
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Probably not as many as GE, Immelt and Soros
Probably???......What depth!........
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#2887 Jul 2, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Probably???......What depth!........
you refused to answer my simple questions.....what depth do you possess?
Pale Rider

Somerset, KY

#2888 Jul 2, 2014
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
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Hell No.
At least you are honest.

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#2889 Jul 2, 2014
STOCKS SET NEW RECORDS Associated Press .(7-2-14).....Just in case you missed it......

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#2890 Jul 2, 2014
Male wrote:
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Jan 24, 2014 - And despite Obama's focus on the middle class, the improvement so far has largely benefited the ultra rich....
http://money.cnn.com/2014/01/24/news/economy/...
We sure know what party supports the Corporate Wealthy, don't we?.....Just ask Mitt.....
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#2891 Jul 2, 2014
Quinnipiac poll: Oblamo is the worst POTUS since WWII. Doesn't shock me.

http://www.politico.com/story/2014/07/poll-ob...
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#2892 Jul 2, 2014
Worst ever!!!! Now America sees the real Oblamo. Incompetency, arrogance and ineffectiveness. Who is to blame? America elected him but the media's bias and refusal to adequately vet the community organizer is a start. Running against McCain and Romney must also be considered.
Wait what

Galion, OH

#2894 Jul 2, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
STOCKS SET NEW RECORDS Associated Press .(7-2-14).....Just in case you missed it......
You're a simpleton of the worst kind.

We've addressed these with you, and you continue to simply post articles without having an iota of understanding of what you're posting.

Ergo, you're a troll.
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Galion, OH

#2895 Jul 2, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> We sure know what party supports the Corporate Wealthy, don't we?.....Just ask Mitt.....
Actually, there are more millionaire Democrat Congressmembers than Republican.

And Nancy Pelosi became wealthy in large part because of oil investments.
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Galion, OH

#2896 Jul 2, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
STOCKS SET NEW RECORDS Associated Press .(7-2-14).....Just in case you missed it......
Nevermind that it's because foreign governments are buying and not American citizens. You really are a bright star, aren't you?
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Galion, OH

#2897 Jul 2, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> How many corporations and American jobs did Mitt Romney and Bain Capital send Overseas?......
But the only thing worse than being a taxpayer forced to bail out reckless banks is losing your job because it's been outsourced or offshored. As Richard McCormack pointed out in the American Prospect, in the beginning of this century American companies stopped making the products Americans continued to buy, from clothing to computers. Manufacturers never emerged from the 2001 recession, which coincided with China's entry into the World Trade Organization. Between 2001 and 2009 the U.S. lost 42,400 factories and manufacturing employment dropped to 11.7 million, a loss of 32 percent of all manufacturing jobs. The last time fewer than 12 million people worked in the manufacturing sector was in 1941.

Clinton had the gall to accuse those who opposed China's entry into the WTO of "aligning themselves with the Chinese army and hard-liners in Beijing who do not want accession for China." Clinton claimed that the agreement that he championed "creates a win-win result for both countries," arguing that exports to China "now support hundreds of thousands of American jobs" and "these figures can grow substantially." (Clinton's press person at the Clinton Global Initiative did not respond to my requests for feedback.)

The facts contradict these assertions. Imports of computers and electronic parts accounted for almost half of the $178 billion increase in the U.S. trade deficit with China between 2001 and 2007 and the loss of 2.3 million jobs, according to the Economic Policy Institute.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jane-white/bill...
Wait what

Galion, OH

#2898 Jul 2, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> How many corporations and American jobs did Mitt Romney and Bain Capital send Overseas?......
Bill Clinton, the country's most ardent booster of opening trade with China, looks especially imprudent 10 years later. During a press conference on March 29, 2000, Clinton said that granting China permanent normal trade relations (PNTR), which allowed China to gain entry into the WTO, would be a great deal for America. "We do nothing," Clinton said. "They have to lower tariffs. They open up telecommunications for investment. They allow us to sell cars made in America in China at much lower tariffs. They allow us to put our own distributorships there. They allow us to put our own parts there. We don't have to transfer technology or do joint manufacturing in China any more. This a hundred-to-nothing deal for America when it comes to the economic consequences."

It didn't quite work out that way. Since 2000, the trade deficit with China has surged by 173 percent, from $83 billion in 2000 to $227 billion in 2009. The United States has lost more than one-third of all its manufacturing jobs -- 5.6 million; U.S. wages have declined; the country has suffered a financial meltdown; it has spent $14 trillion on economic stimulus, only to experience the highest unemployment rates in generations and annual federal budget deficits of more than $1 trillion. These trends are not "likely to end," says Lighthizer.

China's Entry Into The WTO 10 Years Later Is Not What President Clinton Promised

http://www.manufacturingnews.com/news/10/0615...
Pale Rider

Somerset, KY

#2899 Jul 2, 2014
Those darn Republicans have made it impossible for the President to do his job. In the process they are hurting America and themselves.
When Republicans made it impossible for the president to run the government, he found ways around their obstruction. And that made them really, mad.

Barack Obama has made clear that he won't just be concentrating on foreign policy. He'll be doing whatever he can to achieve domestic goals as well, even if Republicans have made legislating impossible.

Faced with an opposition of unusual orneriness—perhaps more so than any in American history—Barack Obama has made clear that he won't just be concentrating on foreign policy. He'll be doing whatever he can to achieve domestic goals as well, even if Republicans have made legislating impossible. The conflict over the actions he has taken so far and the ones he'll be taking in the future are likely to define the last two and a half years of his presidency.

What have the Republicans done for America in the last 14 years? No wonder they aren't in the White House.
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#2900 Jul 3, 2014
Pale Rider wrote:
Those darn Republicans have made it impossible for the President to do his job. In the process they are hurting America and themselves.
When Republicans made it impossible for the president to run the government, he found ways around their obstruction. And that made them really, mad.
Barack Obama has made clear that he won't just be concentrating on foreign policy. He'll be doing whatever he can to achieve domestic goals as well, even if Republicans have made legislating impossible.
Faced with an opposition of unusual orneriness—perhaps more so than any in American history—Barack Obama has made clear that he won't just be concentrating on foreign policy. He'll be doing whatever he can to achieve domestic goals as well, even if Republicans have made legislating impossible. The conflict over the actions he has taken so far and the ones he'll be taking in the future are likely to define the last two and a half years of his presidency.
What have the Republicans done for America in the last 14 years? No wonder they aren't in the White House.
This is the closest you've come t reality in a long time by inferring Oblamo's lack of success.

You need look no further than Oblamo himself. Leaders don't blame, deflect and whine. Leaders make their point by providing a vision, gaining consensus and implementing a plan. Oblamo's vision is plain and clear. His ability to gain consensus and implementation is clearly lacking.

All POTUS have this challenge. Oblamo has failed in almost every facet except fund raising.

And if you're still blaming the Republican's, Oblamo is not the answer.

Worst POTUS since WWII according to the Quinnipiac pole released 7/2/2014!!!! America speaks loudly.
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#2901 Jul 3, 2014
BTW, in that same poll Ronald Reagan was rated the best POTUS.

Reagan defeated the USSR, inflation, got America back to work, and initiated a time in American history where it stood tall.

Left a mess by Carter, Reagan got things in order in two years.

His campaign phrase in 1980: "Are you better off than you were 4 years ago?" was all he need ask and America spoke, electing him in a landslide over Mondale.

Reagan had a democratic congress each year he was POTUS but Reagan led not only the nation, but the govt too. No excuses!

Oblamo would be smart to learn from Reagan, a true leader of this great country.
Pale Rider

Somerset, KY

#2902 Jul 3, 2014
Did You know?

Republicans are strong for labor--but they are stronger for restricting labor's rights.

Republicans favor minimum wage--the smaller the minimum wage the better.

There you have it folks, this is the way Republicans think.

What a shame too!

No ideas, NOTHING! Nothing in over 14 years. Why would anyone vote for a Republican? All they can do is scoff at the Democrats, that is the only thing they can do.

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