'He may not be directly responsible for getting us in this mess but it's pretty
clear he doesn't have a clue how to get us out of it.' - DeltaFoxtrot | 3:32
p.m. Oct. 31, 2011 Fair point. I would ask then... *'Senate Republicans Block Defense Bill, 'Don't Ask Don't Tell' Repeal'
- By MATTHEW JAFFE and DEVIN DWYER - ABC News - 09/21/10
*Republicans block small business lending bill' - By Stephen Ohlemacher - AP -
Published by DSNews - 07/29/10 *'Senate Republicans again kill bill
for jobless aid' - By Stephen Ohlemacher - AP - Published by DSNews -
06/30/10 When Democrats reclaimed the Senate majority in the 2006
midterm elections, cloture filings shot up from 68 in 2005-2006 (From Dems) to a
record 139 in 2007-2008.' (From Republicans) *'The Rise Of Cloture:
How GOP Filibuster Threats Have Changed The Senate' - Ben Frumin and Jason Reif
- Talking Points Memo - 01/27/10 With over 139 peices of legislation
BLOCKED by the Republican party... how is Obama supposed to 'do'
anything? When the Republican controlled House votes 'no' on US job
creation? *Senate Republicans likely to kill Obama jobs bill By
Andrew Taylor AP Published by DSNews 10/11/11
@Pagan: I didn't say Obama was the worst President ever... I said he was the
most ineffective.The title of worst goes to Dubya, who took us from
flying high to rock bottom in less than a decade.I'm giving Obama
the title of most ineffective because nothing he's done has helped one bit.
Every plan he tried has failed miserably. He may not be directly responsible for
getting us in this mess but it's pretty clear he doesn't have a clue how to get
us out of it.He can't come up with plans aside from spend spend
spend and he can't get congress to even agree with him on that course.Therefore yes, ineffective.
'It's a sad commentary on the state of the GOP that even with Obama's record as
possibly the most ineffective President ever...' - DeltaFoxtrot | 12:01 p.m.
Oct. 31, 2011 I, would disagree. *Bush signs $700
billion bailout bill AP Published by Denver Post By Tom Raum 10/03/08 WASHINGTON President Bush quickly signed into law a far-reaching $700
billion bill to bail out the nation's tottering financial industry, calling it
"essential to helping America's economy" weather the storm. *Senate Republicans likely to kill Obama jobs bill By Andrew Taylor AP
Published by DSNews 10/11/11 I would be foolish to say Obama is
perfect, however I think majority of his electability comes from the fact... that the Republican party has done ZERO to help the economy, keep
America safe, or have any partisan rhetoric besides 'no.' And
please, if you fault Obama for stimulus... then why did the
Republican party vote for George W. Bush, twice, for doing the exact same thing?
Mitt is the only logical choice. He's the only candidate able to fight Obama's
failed economic policies without coming off as too conservative or a nutcase,
which scares off moderate voters.It's a sad commentary on the state
of the GOP that even with Obama's record as possibly the most ineffective
President ever they're having a hard time getting one strong candidate to stand
'Cain received 23 percent in the poll, to Romney's 22 percent, followed by Texas
Congressman Ron Paul with 12 percent. Fifteen percent were undecided. No other
candidate cleared double digits in the poll taken Oct. 23-26.' - Article This really is a 'ok' mark for Mitt Romney. As, previously,
he was in the lead. Until Rick Perry ran. Then, Cain.
Then, Chris Christie, who was NEVER actually running! I don't think
Mitt Romney is getting enough support. He MIGHT win the nomination, unlike
2008. But to beat Obama? I doubt it. And Mitt has no
one to blame but himself for this. Mitt Romney on Job creation: From 2003-2007 job growth....0.9%. In rankings with the rest of the
country...MA was 47th in Job creation when Mitt Romney was there. - Think
Progress Travis Waldron 06/02/11 *'Let Detroit Go Bankrupt' - By
Mitt Romney - NY Times - 11/18/08 *'Mitt Romney as job creator
clashes with Bain record of job cuts' - By Lisa Lerer, Bloomberg News -
Published by DSNews - 07/20/11 "I would not vote for him for
anything," said Phyllis Detro, 68, who lost her job...'