FT and Gary OSo anyone who disagrees with you is “low
informed”? that seems to be FT's common repsonse - we see it every
time. That’s your best defense of BO, everyone who criticizes him is
stupid? WOW, I’m impressed by your logic.Mark B,We can
only pray BO could rise to GWB’s level – currently he’s below
even Carter as the worst president ever.slcdenizen,Sorry you
could not understand Worf’s analogy. But since you say both got their
degrees from Harvard, as if that matters, let me remind you the Unibomber also
has a masters from Harvard. You’re saying BO is akin to the Unibomber?
Much as I disapprove of BO, I would not call him the Unibomber.Your
response to Badger further proves his point of your blind partisan allegiance
Yes Uncle Rio . . . Really.Thanks for asking.
With all our problems, and challenges.Is Obama's popularity the
@Badger55Laughable analysis to compare governing one of the
smallest, most educated states to governing a large, complex country. It's
not partisan blindness to recognize the frailties of the Republican party.
Romney had to clear hurdles that no politician should be required to clear.
Appealing to brainless teabaggers while maintaining the dignity of discussing
complex issues with the adults of the party was a sad sight to see. Obama has
been a let down in some regards, but to convince yourself that a Romney
president would have made much of a difference is quite dramatic.
slcdenizen,During Romney's time in office as a governor, his guidance
took the commonwealth of Mass's budget from red to black. While also
leaving a rainy day fund. As of Jan 2014 Mass had the 4th highest debt per
capita in the nation(maybe Romney did know what he was doing). Romney also did
it without taking a salary...You can say what you want, but that was exactly
what this Country needed. I normally do not comment about Romney(2012 election
is over), but comments such as yours solidify my belief that a lot of people are
blinded by party affiliation, only spout speculation/talking points and really
do not know what they are talking about. No doubt in my mind the status of the
economy would be much better. Why do I think that? Simple. Romney did it
before, in government. Obama has yet to do it...
@ worfThey both have advanced degrees from Harvard, lol. We turned
down Mitt's vague promise of rectifying the economy due to lack of
specifics and shifting positions. I'm sure it's the tactic he used
when promising to turn a company around while at Bain, but instead just
aggressively pushed them through bankruptcy to shave off any pension debts. Yes,
we turned down a real winner there, champ. His plan of reducing recipients of
food stamps would have cut .001 percent of the debt and you would still be
praising his name. Meanwhile, his neocon advisers have pushed us into conflicts
with Syria, Russia, and Iran.
Obama is like a low performing student in an advanced classroom, and can't
figure out what to do.Unbelievable that we turned away an honor roll
student.Evidence we are an under educated country. Many living in
poverty, and being government fed.
When Obama lies us into another war, he'll be in the same class as GWB. Not
"Poll: Ukraine crisis hurting Obama at home"It is not the
Ukraine crisis that hurts Obama in the polls. It is for Obama's lies and
his actions he is judged, and rightly so.
@ Gary O"Sure, Obama is fallible like any human being, but
he's soooooo much better than the Romney alternative."Really??·Obama Care online launch/ dates keep getting pushed
back· Obama tells Russian Politicians "Wait until election is
over...."· Spy Gate NSA· Our Debt under his Admin has
sky-rocketed· Indecision on Syria·IRS Scandal·Bengazhi Cover-up·Economy·Ukraine Indecision·Veto Oil Pipeline·Poland Missile Defense System lostHow is that soooooo better than Romney?
Wrong.....Obama is hurting Obama at home. Worst president ever.
David - That's just wishful thinking on your part. If the 2012
election were held all over again right now, Obama would most likely beat Romney
by a greater landslide than he did then.Sure, Obama is fallible like
any human being, but he's soooooo much better than the Romney
alternative.Everyone except Right Wingers are getting very, very
tired of "Conservatives" and the harm they continuously pile on this
Referring to President Obama, "He's trying to do what he believes is
best," said Johnson, 62.This comment reveals a problem. Some
Americans (growing smaller every day) continue to approve of Obama because
"He's trying to do what he believes is best". Is that really a
reason to support Obama when he is revealing himself as unqualified, unprepared,
incapable, and surrounded by similar people? His vision and goals for America
are radical, and not what a majority of Americans want, or wanted (look at the
polling).He is a great salesman who sold us a bill of goods, snake
oil. Hopefully voters will be wiser in November 2014 and 2016.
Really FT? Conservatives are right?" . . . America if full of
low information voters?"No FT - Conservatives are living proof
that America is full of willfully ignorant voters . . . as I've been
claiming all along.
It looks like the latest poll shows what conservatives have been claiming all
along. That America if full of low information voters.