BTW Fluffy moron, Nascar had 8 posts so your bury em BS is as big a joke as your sad ole arse is.
Ah yeah nascar , youre on the right track alright ! Whenever you get the troll to go to its patented "bury em in bullsh^t" routine you've hit a nerve ! LOL !
From 2009 lolokoll
Are you stealing the words of Jackie Calmes opionion piece in the NY times?
Where did you copy that bit of tripe NASCAR? Huffpost?
Wow NASCAR lots of plagiarism but no vlaue
Do you ever look at anything besides propaganda ?
He aint got no one to blame but that as shole he sees in the mirror... Probably looks in it 12 hours a day..
AAHHH Wellll... Nooo I didn't.... If he hadn't had his superman complex goin with the Obamacare passing spectacle and backdoor deals goin he may have got some more help from the others but noooo... He had all he needed in Pelosi and Reid so now Super Hussein can man up and accept his fate without the republinutz as you call them..
Ah but you forget there coaldust , If Obama would have had just a little help from your precious republinutz he might have straightened stuff out but thats tough to do when the other side is actively working against you !And on top of that Obama inherited a massive mess from Bush .
OK I will give anyone else 2 years to straighten that minor stuff out... NOT SEVEN...
He will also budget $273 billion in that period for natural disasters. Every year the government pays billions for disaster relief, but presidents and lawmakers have long ignored budget reformers’ calls for a contingency account to reflect that certainty.
For Medicare, Mr. Bush routinely budgeted less than actual costs for payments to physicians, although he and Congress regularly waived a law mandating the lower reimbursements for fear that doctors would quit serving beneficiaries in protest.
Mr. Obama will budget $401 billion over 10 years for higher costs and interest on the debt.
Obama bans gimmicks and deficit will rise...
As for war costs, Mr. Bush included little or none in his annual military budgets, instead routinely asking Congress for supplemental appropriations during the year. Mr. Obama will include cost projections for every year through the 2019 fiscal year to cover “overseas military contingencies” — nearly $500 billion over 10 years.
Last year, after the explosive spread of ISIS, Obama began trying to craft an adult response, balancing the need for military action with the realization that deploying substantial U.S. ground forces was both counterproductive and politically unsustainable. There are problems with Obama’s plan, to be sure. But it is an adult plan, and can be debated as such. In February, after months of delay, Obama asked Congress for authorization of military force to support his plan. Two months later, GOP leaders said forget about it! They didn’t come up with their own counter-plan. They didn’t do anything adult at all. They just—as almost always—did a big fat incoherent nothing.
The envious reversal to place blame on Obama moved on two main levels. First, the problem was created by Bush’s invasion of Iraq, but Obama is evil, so he had to be blamed for that. Ergo, erase the fact that Obama was only following Bush’s blueprint when he withdrew forces from Iraq, the thread that’s used to try to shift the blame to him.
Now let’s consider the situation of the “Daddy Party” post-Bush. Everything they once pretended to be had gone bust. The first time since Herbert Hoover that they controlled the White House, Congress and the Supreme Court had ended in utter disaster—disaster so bad that they no longer even knew what conservatism was. On the theory that “conservatism cannot fail, it can only be failed,” many conservatives simply stopped counting Bush as one of their own. And yet, although they adopted that conscious dodge, a deeper part of them, subconsciously, could not escape the sting. Which is part of why there was so much animosity toward Obama, and such eagerness to lay blame on him for things that were actually Bush’s responsibility, or the fault of conservatism more broadly, such as rising debt/GDP ratios, a trend dating back to Ronald Reagan.
Under the Presidency of George W Bush and the economic front, its record was terrible, even before it brought us the worst economic catastrophe since the Great Depression; on the military/national security front, its failure to prevent 9/11—the worst foreign attack on American soil since the War of 1812—was only compounded by its fighting-fire-with-gasoline response, turning both Iraq and Afghanistan into incubators for new generations of jihadists. On the science front, it presided over a widening war on science. In short, the entire framework of the “Daddy Party” construct fell into disrepute by the time Bush left office in 2008.
yeah bush has no fault in his phuck ups...smh
nothing but coal eh...well there's always next year ;•)
Your crying liberal democrat bunch has had 7 years to do all your dreamworks and have had a little success I give you that but they sure cannot own up to failures.. It is every white mans fault to them..
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