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Awkward: Obama Blames Bush for Economy While Standing Next to Him

RickV404 Wrote: May 31, 2012 7:45 PM
"...the ever-maligned George W. Bush" I hope he's ever-maligned for good. He gave us Obama and he and his party are thus mainly to blame for the economic disruptions we've had for several years now. We're about to get Romney and I don't see how he's going to improve things, given how Republicans behaved under Bush.
katepatate Wrote: Jun 01, 2012 12:28 AM
He didn't give us Obama. The dumb masses who had stars in their eyes along with the Obama media gave us Obama. Many of us knew he was a loser and a threat to our Republic, but he got elected and we have had to live with it. November can't get here fast enough. I fear the damage Obama will cause in the next six months. I think you meant how Democrats behaved under Bush. They had control of congress.
Texas Jim Wrote: May 31, 2012 9:28 PM
20 Obvious Truths That Will Shock Liberals #5) The biggest problem with our economy today is Barack Obama. His demonization of successful people, his driving up gas prices, his regulatory overload and threats to increase taxes have terrified businesses into hunkering down, refusing to spend money, and declining to hire new people. Replacing him would do more than any government policy to spur economic growth.

Barack Obama is a gutless, traitorous coward and a despicable, two-faced lying fraud. He is not fit to serve in government. He is not fit to represent the American people. He is not fit to serve as President.

Marc_H Wrote: May 31, 2012 7:52 PM
sorry
no
the liberal liars gave us obama
the voters that betrayed the spirpt of 9/11 game us obama

Times like these are exactly why the word awkward was invented.

President Obama welcomed back his predecessor, the ever-maligned George W. Bush and his lovely wife Laura to the White House for the unveiling of their official portraits. The whole event was very dignified, of course, but there's clearly some tension between the two presidents, especially since 44's favorite rhetorical strategy is to blame 43 for...well, everything.

Unfortunately, that verbal tic made its way into Obama's remarks this afternoon, when the current president kinda-sorta blamed the former for the dire economic straights in which we have lately...