Obama = Worst President Ever?

Obama = Worst President Ever?

Created by Yes or No on Aug 26, 2013

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#1 Aug 26, 2013
bush still has that dishonor
just asking

Blacklick, OH

#2 Aug 26, 2013
rollin wrote:
bush still has that dishonor
You ready to go into Syria? Obama's going to get us in one way or another to defend his muslim brotherhood friends.

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#3 Aug 26, 2013
just asking wrote:
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You ready to go into Syria? Obama's going to get us in one way or another to defend his muslim brotherhood friends.
So did bush get us into Iraq to protect his Bin Laden family friends?

dumb ass
just saying

Blacklick, OH

#4 Aug 26, 2013
rollin wrote:
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So did bush get us into Iraq to protect his Bin Laden family friends?
dumb ass
Call it a tie for now but Bush is no longer President. Obama is and he still has over 3 years in office. By the time he leaves there will be no doubt Obama was the Worst President Ever.
youknoA

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#5 Aug 26, 2013
lol!
youknoA

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#6 Aug 26, 2013
yea even non racist people turned Against him..

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#8 Aug 26, 2013
just saying wrote:
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Call it a tie for now but Bush is no longer President. Obama is and he still has over 3 years in office. By the time he leaves there will be no doubt Obama was the Worst President Ever.
Well skippy when you can provide one shred of proof there is a friendship, relationship, or any other connection to Obama and the Muslim brotherhood then we can have a debate on its merits.

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#9 Aug 26, 2013
Christ the Savior wrote:
<quoted text>Not even close. The only thing you have on Bush is WMD and who cares. I do not care if Sadam was killing the Kurds with BB guns and firing dud missiles at Israel, that would be enough. As for Obama, him telling Putin to stop his country from doing what 37 US states do is what sealed him as the worse president ever. That and Obama trying to repeal sodomy bestiality, in the military.
Got much more than just wmd my friend.

How about the intel about an immenent attack by Al queda on US soil in August 2001 that was ignored while bush took a month long vacation?

OR maybe the Patriot act that took away more freedoms than any other document in US history?

Or perhaps the creation of the DHS a federal boondoggle that expanded the size and scope of the federal government by its biggest amount in half a century.

Facts - confounding republicans since 1973

Those were only 3 of many
just saying

Blacklick, OH

#10 Aug 26, 2013
rollin wrote:
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Got much more than just wmd my friend.
How about the intel about an immenent attack by Al queda on US soil in August 2001 that was ignored while bush took a month long vacation?
OR maybe the Patriot act that took away more freedoms than any other document in US history?
Or perhaps the creation of the DHS a federal boondoggle that expanded the size and scope of the federal government by its biggest amount in half a century.
Facts - confounding republicans since 1973
Those were only 3 of many
Haven't seen Obama "un-doing" any of it, if you know what I mean. Maybe it's being discussed during his golf outings?
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#11 Aug 26, 2013
WAKEY UP TIME our dumb American Sheeoples! BAHaHAHAHAHAHaaa

Gore Vidal
interviewed by D Barsamian
Extra - FAIR August 2006
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The United States has only one party—the property party. It’s the party of big corporations, the party of money. It has two right wings; one is Democrat and the other is Republican
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWO RLDPEACE

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#12 Aug 26, 2013
The Age of Paine
by Scott Tucker

Today, in the United States, the highest ideal of many members of the ruling class is to create a private paradise of wealth, and they have no qualms if that goal can be achieved by buying career politicians in Congress. These people know the market value of “our two party-system,” but they have never known the value of democracy. Plainly, it serves the interests of a small but immensely wealthy minority if we, the people, leave politics to politicians except on election days. Plainly, it serves the interests of the great majority of working people if we treat politicians as public servants in our common household. Not as kings, not as a new aristocracy, not as the winners in a cruel game of social Darwinism, but simply as public servants.
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#13 Aug 26, 2013
US Foreign Policy and the Cult of ‘Expertise’
Americans want our rulers to mind their own business abroad – and good luck with that!
by Justin Raimondo
http://original.antiwar.com/ , December 07, 2009
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foreign policy elite
Council on Foreign Relations
ruling elite
The elite stranglehold on our foreign policy continues, in large part due to the iron grip of the interventionists on the two-party system. Our present conundrum – a president elected to office largely on the strength of his "antiwar" stance, who is now taking us into a wider and more difficult war than his warlike predecessor ever conceived – is an eloquent testament to this cruel fact.

If the leadership of both major parties sees Afghanistan as a "war of necessity," then the War Party can relax – because the restive public will have no one to turn to even as it rejects the policies put forward by the elites. This is why the policymakers can continue to ignore the rising rebellion against interventionism roiling the American street and continue talking only to themselves.

In their view, ordinary Americans don’t matter: only politicians, lobbyists, and other policy wonks matter.
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWO RLDPEACE

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#14 Aug 26, 2013
Arthur Selwyn Miller, George Washington University Professor of Law, in his book 'The Secret Constitution and the Need for Constitutional Change'

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"There is really only one political party of any consequence in the United States, one that has been called the Property Party. The Republicans and the Democrats are in fact two branches of the same (secret) party.
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#15 Aug 26, 2013
The Economic Elite vs. the People of the United States of America
a 6 part series

The two-party paradigm is obsolete and creates a system easily manipulated, as the past decade proves with the co-option of the Democratic and Republican parties.

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#16 Aug 26, 2013
just saying wrote:
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Haven't seen Obama "un-doing" any of it, if you know what I mean. Maybe it's being discussed during his golf outings?
I haven't seen terrorist fly any planes into buildings under his watch. Have you?

I did see the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks killed under his watch.

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#17 Aug 26, 2013
just saying wrote:
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Maybe it's being discussed during his golf outings?
Obama 92 vacation days so far
Bush 367 in same time span

FACTS - confounding republicans since 1973
just saying

Blacklick, OH

#18 Aug 26, 2013
rollin wrote:
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Obama 92 vacation days so far
Bush 367 in same time span
FACTS - confounding republicans since 1973
Golf days vs Vacation days. Apples vs Oranges. Off topic vs On topic. Then vs Now. You vs Sanity.

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#19 Aug 27, 2013
just saying wrote:
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Golf days vs Vacation days. Apples vs Oranges. Off topic vs On topic. Then vs Now. You vs Sanity.
Vacation versus vacation is apples to apples. Then versus now is for comparison purposes. You versus facts however?

On the topic that was brought up.

FACTS - confounding republicans since 1973
just saying

Blacklick, OH

#20 Aug 27, 2013
rollin wrote:
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Vacation versus vacation is apples to apples. Then versus now is for comparison purposes. You versus facts however?
On the topic that was brought up.
FACTS - confounding republicans since 1973
It comes back to "then vs now".

Your guy is in the driver's seat now.

Another of your ilk once said "The buck stops here.". The difference is he did something.

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#21 Aug 27, 2013
just saying wrote:
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It comes back to "then vs now".
Your guy is in the driver's seat now.
Another of your ilk once said "The buck stops here.". The difference is he did something.
It comes back to Obama 92 vacation days versus bush 267 vacation days - apples to apples

Your guy took over 1 year off in 5 years yet you guys cry every time the current President takes any vacation time.

FACTS - confounding republicans since 1973

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