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The First Four Obama Years Were a Painful Preview of the Next Four

loadstar Wrote: Mar 01, 2013 9:31 AM
One of the things that fascinates me endlessly is the ObaMessiah's supposed personal approval rating...I have ALWAYS found him supercilious/arrogant, narcissistic, condescending, and petulant/peevish...I cite the times he has snarled at Republicans on occasions of alleged bipartisan efforts--> "I won! Elections have consequences!" And his much-vaunted intellect seems likely to be largely an AA packaged myth. Why do I say the latter? There are simply too many screw-ups even though almost ALL he says is prescribed on the teleprompter for him-- right down to "his" answers at RARE so-called pressers. When he takes a FEW questions from pre-scheduled friendly, fawning questioners, he hesitates and waits for his handlers to prepare an answer.
comsense08 Wrote: Mar 02, 2013 8:33 AM
He has to try and remember the lie he told before the last lie. Not that the media would catch it, or care. They just wet their pants to be in the same room with the guy. I personally cannot stand his arrogance. I wouldn't walk accross the street to seem him. He does not impress me one bit, matter of fact, he sickens me, and I too, am becomeing ashamed of my country (especially Washington).
Radley2 Wrote: Mar 01, 2013 9:51 AM
It's really easy to explain...

The media constantly tells us that he just keeps on giving (they don't explain the real costs behind today's freebies...) they just tell us he is giving us free lunch.

And every body loves Santa Clause, even those who don't beleive in him.

WASHINGTON - Americans are by nature an optimistic, hopeful people, but the persistently dismal economy of the Obama years has crushed that spirit to debilitating levels.

As President Obama plunges into his second, four year term, Americans are more depressed about the future than at any time since the Carter years, according to the Gallup Poll.

Only 39 percent of Americans rated the nation's climate as positive, the lowest level Gallup has recorded since the end of Jimmy Carter's single term in office in 1979. That's when inflation was soaring and the U.S. economy was in shambles.

Only 48 percent now...