Posted tagged ‘Obama Sucks’

Obama’s Dream Debate – Part 1

19 January, 2012

Closer to reality than Romney supporters would lead you to believe:

Obama Hopes Blaming Bush Will Help Improve Crappy Poll Numbers

29 July, 2009

Gee, if someone hired me as a CEO to restructure a company and six months later everything was by far a hell of a lot worse than when I started, yet I kept blaming the previous CEO, you would think it only logical that the board members and stock holders would send me packing in shame.

And, you would think that most folks would be intelligent enough to figure out that if they never take responsibility for their actions and keep blaming it on the previous office holder, they are going to get fired.  Not so with the idiot in the White House.  His solution to everything is to blame it on Bush.

So, Mr. Obama, keep it up.  Keep blaming Bush, while conveniently omitted your own catastrophic failures that have done more to damage this country in six months than Bush could ever have done in eight years.   Keep blaming Bush.  It’s sure limit your reign of terror to four years, or less…if we’re lucky and America votes out the idiots in Congress and the Senate  – you know, the ones who REALLY got us into this mess…

Obama still cashing in on Bush’s failings

By Joseph Curl – July 29, 2009 – Washington Times

Facing the first real rough patch of his presidency, President Obama and his supporters are once again resorting to a tried-and-true tactic: attacking George W. Bush and Dick Cheney.

In his White House press conference last week, Mr. Obama referred to the Bush era at least nine times, three times lamenting that he “inherited” a $1.3 trillion debt that has set back his administration’s efforts to fix the economy.

With the former president lying low in Dallas, largely focused on crafting his memoirs, Mr. Obama has increasingly attempted to exploit Mr. Bush when discussing the weak economy, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the difficulty closing the military prison at U.S. Naval Base Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

As he took power, Mr. Obama promised a “new era of responsibility” that would transcend partisan politics.

“For a guy who campaigned on taking responsibility and looking forward, he spends an awful lot of time pointing fingers and looking backward,” said former Bush deputy press secretary Tony Fratto, who has begun defending the previous administration.

But Democrats think Mr. Obama would be remiss if he did not point out what he inherited.

“I’m not convinced that Obama and his supporters are bashing Bush as much as they are quite rightfully reminding people that our current economic mess and the wars were inherited from the Bush administration,” said Democratic strategist Bud Jackson. “It’s important to remind people of this because Republicans are now criticizing the Obama administration as if they had no role in how we got here.”

[Uhm, since the Democrats have had control of the House and Senate since 2006, and our current economic crisis didn’t start until two years after they had control of those bodies, I think it’s more important to remind everyone that the incumbents handed THE AMERICAN PEOPLE this mess and now they are trying to wash the blood from their hands by blaming “the other guy.”  ]

Democratic Party strategist Liz Chadderdon said the strategy of blaming the previous team has been effective.

“I think Bush-bashing has been alive and well since ’07 and, since it keeps working, why not use it?” she said. “Voters have short memories. The administration needs to remind people that things were way worse over the last four years than in the last six months.”

[Yup, keep it up.   Keep blaming Bush and keep insulting the intelligence of Americans.  Yup, that’s a winning strategy, you got there.   ( Hehehehe—You guys are soooo  outta’ here! )]


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