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For the Third Time, Obama Grades Himself 'Incomplete' on Economy

pperry723 Wrote: Sep 04, 2012 9:23 PM
It's a means of avoiding accountability that should be unacceptable. Outside of the academic arena; the world is not so understanding. If college is to truly prepare one for life than an incomplete should count as -1. Not only do you not add to your GPA; you actually detract from the other work you did. (Kinda like one "AwShit" wiping out ten "Attaboys"). You would see a lot more effort put into doing the work you are supposed to do.

It's all sounding too familiar: once again, President Obama was asked to grade himself on his handling of the economy, and once again, he says...incomplete. Speaking to a local news affiliate in Colorado Springs, CO the Chief Executive declined to give himself a letter A-F, but said he's "invested in" a number of measures that will "help us in the long term." Really:

Say, haven't we heard that before?

Why, yes we have! As Andrew Kaczynski at Buzzfeed points out, he gave himself the same assessment in...