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November 13, 2013

Wow! He cannot be all that bad! That is, President Obama in the White House. Yes, he has one thing going for him. He will go down as the “absolute” worst president in American histor....

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Capricorn1

Nov-13-13 3:09 AM

LoL Shaman and Chuck are going to have callouses on their fingertips and their blood pressure will be through the roof after reading this! I think I'll just sit back and have fun reading!

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USABorn

Nov-13-13 4:28 AM

Didn't read anything that wasn't true!

Read where the libs in CA are uhappy. Seems 1,100,000 have lost their healthcare SO FAR. Even Feinstein is complaining and demanding that people be allowed to keep their insurance as Dumbama repeatedly lied they would be able to do.

More of Dumbama's hope and change????

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Capricorn1

Nov-13-13 5:01 AM

"Bill Clinton: Obama should fulfill ‘keep your plan’ vow"

"Bill Clinton identifies 3 big problems with the Obamacare rollout"

"Obamacare Navigators Accused Of Fraud In Dallas"

"With elections looming, Obamacare rattling Democratic nerves"

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Tgrammiex4

Nov-13-13 5:04 AM

Sadly, this is just the tip of the Iceburg.

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gavinf56

Nov-13-13 5:14 AM

I do not believe he will go down in history as the "worst President". Historically, there are others who have been worse.

The problem he does have is that the "adulation" that many on the left have for him in today's world, does not translate well when looking back in a historical perspective.

JMHO, but with the failed stimulus, an anemic economic recovery (the worst of the last 100 years), the various scandals, the "big lie" with the ACA rollout, his failure of leadership, and he will be hard pressed to reach "the middle of the pack".

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Capricorn1

Nov-13-13 5:17 AM

Grammie, I think you're right and I think American's honeymoon with Obama is over. His latest approval ratings are down to 39%, coincidentally the same percentage as Obamacare support.

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MrShaman

Nov-13-13 5:40 AM

Wow!

He cannot be all that bad! That is, President Obama in the White House.

Yes, he has one thing going for him.

He will go down as the "absolute" worst president in American history." - Alan Cohick

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No....it's still George Jr.

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See:

60 Minutes: George W. Bush Sought to -Find A Way- to Invade Iraq - YouTube

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EXPOSED: Bush Planned on Invading Iraq Before 9/11-Part 2 - YouTube

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ToTEXASfromPA

Nov-13-13 5:42 AM

"I wonder who voted for him."

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Look for those cars with the Obama bumper sticker on them.

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"I am in a Bible study on Saturday and my group is slowly seeing the light."

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Good choice. Trust in God for your needs not President Obama.

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MrShaman

Nov-13-13 5:45 AM

LoL Shaman and Chuck are going to have callouses on their fingertips and their blood pressure will be through the roof after reading this!" - Capricorn1

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Nahhhhhhh...those, of us, who pay-attention (full-time), are sleeping just fine.

You T-Baggers would be amazed at what a clear-conscious can accomplish.

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See:

Bush Resurrects False Claim That Congress Had "Same Intelligence" On Iraq | ThinkProgress

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gavinf56

Nov-13-13 5:47 AM

"No....it's still George Jr." - MrShaman

You sure about that one skippy.

See:

"Bush’s ratings beat Obama’s" - WaPo

"Former President George W. Bush's Image Ratings Improve, Views of Bush more positive than negative for first time since 2005" - Gallup

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gavinf56

Nov-13-13 5:50 AM

"See:

Bush Resurrects False Claim That Congress Had "Same Intelligence" On Iraq | ThinkProgress" - MrShaman

Still having trouble with that one, eh skippy.

See:

"'Bush Lied'? If Only It Were That Simple." - WaPo

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Tgrammiex4

Nov-13-13 5:52 AM

LOL, just knew SOMEONE would bring Pres. Bush into this.Funny that some of his bought and paid for supporters are jumping ship.

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MrShaman

Nov-13-13 5:53 AM

"Bill Clinton: Obama should fulfill ‘keep your plan’ vow"

"Bill Clinton identifies 3 big problems with the Obamacare rollout"

"Obamacare Navigators Accused Of Fraud In Dallas"

"With elections looming, Obamacare rattling Democratic nerves" - Capricorn1

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...And, then, there's the end-result/approval-rating for the "Class O' 2010" (T-Baggers have been waiting-for).

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See:

Poll: Can Congress go lower? Yes!

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MrShaman

Nov-13-13 5:59 AM

"The problem he does have is that the "adulation" that many on the left have for him in today's world, does not translate well when looking back in a historical perspective." - gavinf56

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When comparing him to his predecessor (who'd given us the WORST recession, since The Great Depression), his track-record will survive, just fine.

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See:

Obama’s Top 50 Accomplishments by Paul Glastris, Ryan Cooper, and Siyu Hu | The Washington Monthly

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ToTEXASfromPA

Nov-13-13 6:07 AM

"Obamacare stalemate, businesses don't want it, and neither do most "sensible" citizens,"

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President Obama blames democrats in Congress for passing ACA, a bill that they haven't read.

President Obama blames democrat aides for lying to him about how the ACA legislation was supposed to work. Wants to rename it the Unaffordable Care Act because he doesn't want to be accused of lying.

President Obama blames lobbyist, healthcare companies, lawyers and others that wrote healthcare legislation but gladly takes their campaign contributions.

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gavinf56

Nov-13-13 6:08 AM

"Obama’s Top 50 Accomplishments by Paul Glastris, Ryan Cooper, and Siyu Hu | The Washington Monthly" - MrShaman

Started to read this list and couldn't stop laughing to get past the first page. If you believe them to all be "absolutes", that explains a lot.

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MrShaman

Nov-13-13 6:09 AM

gavinf56 Nov-13-13 5:47 AM Agree | Disagree

"No....it's still George Jr." - MrShaman See:

"Bush’s ratings beat Obama’s" - WaPo

"Former President George W. Bush's Image Ratings Improve, Views of Bush more positive than negative for first time since 2005" - Gallup " - gavinf56

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wow....he's clear-up to 49%???

"The recovery in Bush's image is not unexpected, given that Americans generally view former presidents positively. Gallup's favorable ratings for Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, George H.W. Bush, and Bill Clinton all exceeded 60% when last measured."

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ToTEXASfromPA

Nov-13-13 6:14 AM

"Can Congress go lower? Yes" -- Mr Shaman

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I agree, yes they can go lower. See Democratic Senators and Congressmen scrambling to be reelected. They propose legislation to restore individuals' low cost health insurance policies because they were dropped.

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MrShaman

Nov-13-13 6:18 AM

LOL, just knew SOMEONE would bring Pres. Bush into this." - Tgrammiex4

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We ARE (still) talking about ranking, right??

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See:

Bush On Jobs: The Worst Track Record On Record - Real Time Economics - WSJ

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MrShaman

Nov-13-13 6:29 AM

"Can Congress go lower? Yes" -- Mr Shaman

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I agree, yes they can go lower." - ToTEXASfromPA

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...For obvious-reasons.....

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See:

Tea Party Activists Blame Losses On Republican Establishment

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Your lil' Tea Party has been re-evaluated: DNR.

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Garben78

Nov-13-13 6:31 AM

It wouldn't take much for any future presidential candidate to have better ratings then the current dictator. All he or she would have to do is not infringe on the citizens rights whom he or she is supposed to uphold and protect and not spend to terms trying to push a worthless piece of legislation through that his puppets have no idea of the details within

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Tgrammiex4

Nov-13-13 6:31 AM

See:

Bush On Jobs: The Worst Track Record On Record - Real Time Economics - WSJ - Mr. Shaman

How long ago was that article written? Might be due for an update now....

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gavinf56

Nov-13-13 7:00 AM

wow....he's clear-up to 49%???" - MrShaman

That puts him higher than President Obama, right Skippy.

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Capricorn1

Nov-13-13 7:06 AM

Shaman, your constant references to the past administration is obvious deflection from what's happening with the current administration. Regardless what has happened in the past, it is NO excuse for what's happening today. But I can see why you choose this form of defense, you learned it well from the Obama Administration.

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rick424

Nov-13-13 7:18 AM

I voted for him and I would do it again. One question, why are you discussing this during bible study? Should you not be studing the bible? Or loving one another in stead of spreading hatred.

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