I agree there Skom, the slow progression and improvement is certainly not the president's fault as this economy was so badly shattered from the previous administration that most people just don't know and regconize slow growth in the economy right now, we have a long way to go but Obama did predict before he actually won the first time that notability of improvement would take most or all of his first term and even Bill Clinton said at the DNC that if he had inherited the same circumstances that Obama did he would not have been able to do any better himself.<quoted text>yeah I probably should have said was leading the popular vote and is projected to win it. it is crazy these days how much can be projected by looking at historical voting trends by counties within the states. I had taken a nap and woke up and saw Romney ahead by like 13 electoral votes and was like what happened but then saw that was after getting Texas and Obama still hadnt received Florida or California. I'd been saying all along 4 years wasnt long enough to fix the damage, if it is even fixable. And I did think he spent too much of the first 2 years playing political footsie instead bringing down the hammer because he was too focused on healthcare and lost sight of other things. This next term will define his legacy. Personally I see things slowly improving.(T) PEACE
Very interesting coming from a president in whom our economy THRIVED under for eight years. Peace.