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Dems: We're Definitely Better Off, Kind Of

Agent Crawfish Wrote: Sep 04, 2012 7:41 AM
No rational person can look at the state of our country and claim we are better off under Obama than we were before he took office: His economic plans have been an unmitigated disaster, his handling of the war(s) has essentially been "Bush with a tan" and his foreign policy has been a flop. If this is the question in the forefront of voter's minds in November Obama is out. Period.
rauljg6 Wrote: Sep 04, 2012 9:18 AM
Quite the opposite..don;t know where you were at the end of Bush's tenure. Entire country was in a complete panic fearing a depression. Selective amnesia or just plain old dementia kicking in fo conservatives.
Rodney47 Wrote: Sep 04, 2012 9:56 AM
raul, how about moving to a country that elects a king every 4 years? You apparently think that is what happens here. Try to recall in that feeble mind of yours who controlled congress for 6 of Bushs' 8 years. Your just a snot nosed punk who needs someone to point a finger at. We understand the problem does not lie with one man. Although the liar must also go.
MudontheTires Wrote: Sep 04, 2012 9:28 PM
"don;t know where you were at the end of Bush's tenure."

I was watching your fellow commies Nazi Piglosi and Harry "Palms" Reid enacting every bit of Marxist stupidity they could, when YOU PROGS controlled Congress.

Good Lord, Rah-drooooooooooool, you are stupid.

tibby2 Wrote: Sep 04, 2012 9:02 AM
The operative word is rational.

Liberals don't think. They feel.

Back when he was first elected, Obama uttered the infamous line about how he would be looking at a "one term proposition" if people didn't consider themselves "better off" after three years of an Obama presidency. Now, during the election cycle, it's coming back to haunt him, and his surrogates and aides have given some evasive answers when asked if, in fact, we are better off.

It all started with Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley's awkward flip-flop from yesterday (on Face the Nation: we're not better off, "but that's not the question for this election) to today (in a tweet: We're...