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Old 04-09-2010, 12:51 PM
 
Location: OCEAN BREEZES AND VIEWS SAN CLEMENTE
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Turn about is fair play, is it not. I blame our immediate problems, on those of you who voted for Obama, What kind of Change did ya all sign up for, the mess he has created, oh please.
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Old 04-10-2010, 12:41 PM
 
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Confederat Day?

You're a wee bit unclear. Are you referring to Virginia's Confederate History Month?



POTUS

I think he is, too. What do you think?
I do stand corrected, I meant to say Month. No need to have to mention slaves or anything else.
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Old 04-10-2010, 12:45 PM
 
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The blame will continue as long as the economy doesn't turn around.
Doesn't matter who passes what spending bill since Jan 2009 or what new deficits are created since Jan 2009..it will be Bush's fault as long as there's problems in America.

If we can string this out til 2012 then Bush should definitely go down in history as the President with the most power ever since it will live 4 years past his watch.
remember when u and sanrene was blaming the clinton admin!!
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Old 04-10-2010, 12:49 PM
 
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a dictator trying to force feed America his Socialist agenda.His main priority is taking care of his rich Banker friends
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Old 04-10-2010, 01:03 PM
 
Location: Arizona High Desert
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Bush got us out of debt 100% in his first week in office. You LIBS just don't get it !
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Old 04-10-2010, 04:40 PM
 
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Bush got us out of debt 100% in his first week in office. You LIBS just don't get it !
okay guys she's kidding
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Old 04-10-2010, 04:51 PM
 
Location: Lafayette, Louisiana
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For some things going on today you could safely call it for Bush caused problems. However, going by some things Obama promised and failed to deliver, you have to pass the blame back to President Obama. GW Bush started the corporate bailout with the support of the Democratic Party in Congress and many conservatives outside of DC opposed this plan. Obama and the same Congress merely continued the same bailout plan that Bush had supported. GITMO is still open and we still have troops in Iraq, though their numbers are reduced. As Commander in Chief, he has the authority to order a bug out and get all American troops out of the area if he wished to do so. GW Bush did not strengthen our border security and Obama is following that example. That's something else the President has the authority to take care of as Commander in Chief. He appointed several tax cheats to positions within his administration including head of the IRS. Bush didn't make him do this, he did this all on his own and with the full support of the Democrats in Congress.
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Old 04-10-2010, 05:09 PM
 
Location: San Diego
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Republicans spent EIGHT VERY LONG BUSH YEARS constructing an enormous economic catastrophe never before seen since the Great Depression, and then they expect the new guy in the White House, President Obama to make everything all better in just one year?

It's not enough that Obama stopped a huge downslide of the Stock Market in March 2009, and turned it into a 70% gain over the past year.

It's not enough that Obama stopped a rapidly rising unemployment rate, and reduced it back down to 9.7%.

Sorry Republicans ... but Barack Obama is doing a FANTASTIC JOB in the White House !!!

His first year in office is one of the best any president has ever had !!!

Bush will ALWAYS be to blame for the current foreclosures, bankruptcies and job losses.

Once the economy is completely healthy again, then feel free to blame Obama for any losses from that point forward !!!

Until then .... IT'S STILL YOUR FAULT !!!

YOU VOTED FOR THAT IDIOT BUSH .... TWICE !!!
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Old 04-10-2010, 05:17 PM
 
Location: South Fla
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Bush was terrible no doubt about it but that doesnt excuse Obama

Example debt. Bushs debt was just terrible but now all of a sudden Obamas debt is acceptable because we have no choice because of Bush lol Hello

War bad but now all of a sudden you dont see the war protest you once did

Gitmo its still open you dont hear about that either

Lobbyist oh its fine because Obama had to sign a paper giving them permission to work for him. We just need to ignore his promise

Plus all you heard was about how we lost so many freedoms while Bush was president due to things like the patriot act. You dont hear that anymore either.

I mean we get it Bush was terrible his very low approval rating proves that but now what? I dont get this countries lack of responsibility. Obama can do whatever and its fine cause we can just blame Bush hes the reason Obama does this or that and Obama is never responsible for his own choices and actions

Its aggravating to be honest.
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Old 04-10-2010, 05:32 PM
 
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Republicans spent EIGHT VERY LONG BUSH YEARS constructing an enormous economic catastrophe never before seen since the Great Depression, and then they expect the new guy in the White House, President Obama to make everything all better in just one year?

It's not enough that Obama stopped a huge downslide of the Stock Market in March 2009, and turned it into a 70% gain over the past year.

It's not enough that Obama stopped a rapidly rising unemployment rate, and reduced it back down to 9.7%.

Sorry Republicans ... but Barack Obama is doing a FANTASTIC JOB in the White House !!!

His first year in office is one of the best any president has ever had !!!

Bush will ALWAYS be to blame for the current foreclosures, bankruptcies and job losses.

Once the economy is completely healthy again, then feel free to blame Obama for any losses from that point forward !!!

Until then .... IT'S STILL YOUR FAULT !!!

YOU VOTED FOR THAT IDIOT BUSH .... TWICE !!!
Well braggard this is your chance. Many posters before you have made the same claim, "]Republicans spent EIGHT VERY LONG BUSH YEARS ". I have challenged them and I now challenge you. Give us a year by year account to back up your claim. P.S. none of them ever replied, so I don't expect anything from you.
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