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by Ohwiseone
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Barack Obama Legacy

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scrappile

And even at the breakneck pace he vacations, he will never catch up to worst.....

Posted 437 days ago.

thegreek

He sure likes his leisure time and expensive get away jaunts for a man determined to stand up for the lower class.

Posted 437 days ago.

BeRight

WOW. All this stuff in the news about the NSA and Bingo! New AlQaida threat! Close the Embassies! Didn't the left accuse the Bush guys of raising the threat level every time they thought Bush needed "cover"? Old BO is having a tough go of it now. Does his NSA need some cover to show relevance besides just collecting my phone calls?

Anyway I always thought the “Secret” wire tapping like Obama the candidate used to call it was a good idea.

Posted 452 days ago.

thegreek

Other countries are getting a huge dislike for him because he does not show honor for his own citizens or their constitution !!! But our own dumbocrats are too foolish to open their eyes.

Posted 452 days ago.

BeRight

Under BO, the NSA continues its unprecedented data grab and domestic spying. This is the same program BO campaigned against. What a hypocrite. Then when he is called to explain, he says the program is not what we think. Even Eugene Robinson thinks that is hooey.

Welcome to Obama land.

Posted 455 days ago.

BeRight

ObamaLand: Nancy Pelosi praised Obama as "one of the most "practically" non-partisan presidents I have seen in the White House" who is intent on finding bipartisan agreement.

The other side points out: "Minority Leader Pelosi has voted against every jobs bill the Republicans have put forward in this Congress, including construction of the Keystone pipeline, the SKILLS job training bill and the Working Families Flexibility Act which offered working parents a more flexible work schedule.

I guess it is not a good idea unless a Dem comes up with it.

Posted 457 days ago.

thegreek

His legacy is to exploit trajedies for political gain !!!

Posted 469 days ago.

BeRight

The legacy is gettin' a little muddled.

Posted 472 days ago.

BeRight

Under BO, the NSA continues its unprecedented data grab and domestic spying. This is the same program BO campaigned against. What a hypocrite. Then when he is called to explain, he says the program is not what we think. Even Eugene Robinson thinks that is hooey.

Welcome to Obam land.

Posted 481 days ago.

BeRight

Arab Spring

Posted 484 days ago.

BobDahler

Apparently you have forgotten: Way back then, I agreed that you had a valid point.

Posted 484 days ago.

BobDahler

Yes, Kunect... I DO remember.

Posted 485 days ago.

BobDahler

BeRight, I don't recall saying this scheme was good OR bad, and I certainly didn't "OK" the concept.

Posted 485 days ago.

thegreek

His legacy is that he cant stand Americans.

Posted 485 days ago.

Kunectdots

BobDahler - Apparently you must have missed all my ranting, on former threads here, about Jeff Immelt serving as both the present, floundering CEO of General Electric AND Barack Obama's (former) head of his Jobs Creation Council.

That incestuous relationship represented a conflict of interest with me because of Obama's drive for abandonment of fossil fuels, in favor of green technologies, and Jeff "I haven't moved the GE stock value" Immelt needing new markets for GE's involvement.

ObamaCare? Medical digitized data transfer technologies in abundance need there. Who's ALSO into manufacturing such capable devices? Good ole GE.

Posted 485 days ago.

BeRight

So private funding is OK for bringing electricity to Africa but it is not possible to use private funding to re-start White House Tours?

Posted 485 days ago.

BobDahler

luvthesouth: I stand corrected on the source of the funding for this enterprise. Happy Fourth to you too!

Posted 485 days ago.

BeRight

OK, I guess the White House tours for elementary students are still off. But the DCSC folks will be still furloughed since the Gov’t can’t manage its own budget. Which reminds me of the Air traffic controller’s fiasco: When it was decided to furlough controllers and keeping with the Obama mandate to make it as painful on the public as possible, the controllers were all furloughed on the same day at the busiest airports causing massive backups.

A more rational person would have furlough controllers at the smallest and less busy airports and spread the furloughs over a seven day period. What a bunch of hooey.

Posted 485 days ago.

luvthesouth

good morning and happy 4th of july to you bob. from cnn, it was reported that the 7 billion was being promised as part of an initiative that will be funded as follows.."The program includes $1.5 billion from the U.S. Overseas Private Investment Corporation and $5 billion from the Export-Import Bank, the White House said." further research finds that the usopic and the e-i bank, which is part of the executive branch of government, operate outside of congressional approval. the latter entity being criticized for it's "politically motivated" lending habits. both lay claim to not costing taxpayers a dime, which should please everyone.

Posted 485 days ago.

BobDahler

He didn't "find" seven billion... He "called" for seven billion (over the next five years). The rest is up to Congress, that is controlled by Republican interests.

And thus begs the question: How far off is he from what you actually desire?

Seeing that General Electric will be the main benefactor of the largesse proposed by this administration, with the exploitation of the coal and oil reserves of South Africa... It is difficult for me to understand your characterization of Obama as a Green Weenie kind of guy. Quite the opposite it would seem to be.

Posted 485 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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