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I am wondering, If (shudder) President Obama should get re-elected who will he blame for the last four years????

hazel 2012/06/14 18:05:49
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This would be a terrible dilemma for Obama ...Could he say gas prices are down now, ,,housing prices are on the rise , the economy is flourishing,the dollar is strong gitmo is closed,,,America respect in the world is high and all this because of the past four years.every thing in his cabininet is above board and out where we all know what going on...Obama is at work every day worrying about our Country ....huh ?? what ?? you say none of that is true?? wait who do we blame now???
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  • Lanikai 2012/06/14 19:01:29
    Seems to me President Obama is responsible for being PRESIDENT for the past ...
    Lanikai
    +7
    He will do exactly what he did today in Ohio, BLAME BUSH.


    he doesn't know his hand from his hineyhole.

    Typical narcissist, NEVER taking responsibility, ALWAYS blaming others.

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  • Marek 2012/06/17 05:18:59
    Seems to me President Obama is responsible for being PRESIDENT for the past ...
    Marek
    He is but if anything goes wrong he will blame Bush, Conservative Republicans and the Tea Party. He will blame everyone else for failure to deliver on his promises. He just recently recruited some 800,000 illegal residents to his side but when pressed he will blame their presence on Bush. Another four years will give him time to dismantle US military and replace it with Civilian Security Force he proposed four years ago, responsible and loyal only to him. Then who is going to contradict him?
  • frank 2012/06/16 19:38:25
    Seems to me President Obama is responsible for being PRESIDENT for the past ...
    frank
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    I am sure that IF Omama gets reelected it will still be Bush's fault.
  • prosperhappily 2012/06/15 20:52:27
    I have a different answer
    prosperhappily
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    Obama will blame anyone and everyone but himself for failures and claim all the credit for all successes.
  • Muriel 2012/06/15 20:51:51
    I have a different answer
    Muriel
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    ANYONE but himself. What a turkey he is!
  • Old Salt 2012/06/15 20:29:13
  • prosper... Old Salt 2012/06/15 20:52:54
    prosperhappily
    +2
    From your lips to God's ears.
  • Reggie☮ 2012/06/15 18:07:55
    I have a different answer
    Reggie☮
    +2
    Anybody he can! Maybe even Bo the dog.
  • Raymond Allamby 2012/06/15 11:56:59
    I have a different answer
    Raymond Allamby
    +4
    he's gonna blame you hazel, it's all your fault.
  • hazel Raymond... 2012/06/15 15:52:41
    hazel
    +5
    I just fell on the floor laughing
  • Raymond... hazel 2012/06/15 21:15:12
    Raymond Allamby
    +1
    at least you have a sense of humor, hazel. there may be hope for you after all.
  • hazel Raymond... 2012/06/16 02:32:12
    hazel
    +1
    Dont think I dont thank GOD for it
  • Pearlie... hazel 2012/06/16 03:23:44
  • Old Timer 2012/06/15 10:58:02
    Seems to me President Obama is responsible for being PRESIDENT for the past ...
    Old Timer
    +2
    THIS IS A GOD QUESTION
  • prosper... Old Timer 2012/06/15 20:53:29
    prosperhappily
    +1
    Yep, if all else fails, he'll blame God!
  • hazel prosper... 2012/06/16 02:33:02
    hazel
    +1
    Does he know there is a GOD
  • prosper... hazel 2012/06/16 02:42:11
    prosperhappily
    +1
    Dunno.
  • Don Leuty 2012/06/15 07:24:55
    Seems to me President Obama is responsible for being PRESIDENT for the past ...
    Don Leuty
    +3
    It really doesn't matter to BHO. He is arrogant enough to throw his party under the bus. The scary part is that if he pulled off the junk he did after considering public backlash, what will he attempt when he doesn't even have to worry about public opinion.
  • gldynmd BTO-t-BCRA-F 2012/06/15 07:23:40
    Seems to me President Obama is responsible for being PRESIDENT for the past ...
    gldynmd BTO-t-BCRA-F
    +1
    With all due respect to you Hazel.....He is not going to win so this is a mood point.
  • hazel gldynmd... 2012/06/15 15:54:05
    hazel
    +2
    I so pray you are right ..thus the word shudder ha aha
  • LindaM hazel 2012/06/15 18:38:38
  • Old Salt LindaM 2012/06/15 20:31:31
  • hazel Old Salt 2012/06/16 03:22:16
    hazel
    +2
    To say the least
  • Pearlie... Old Salt 2012/06/16 03:25:36
    Pearlie Momi♥Patriot Warrior♥
    +2
    Most people don't pay taxes and more people are on Food Stamps.
    Libs are so blind..
  • olylift 2012/06/15 04:44:30
    I have a different answer
    olylift
    +1
    He'll blame the Republicans taking the House in 2010, even though we voted them in. People will be up in arms, even though they voted as such. Thus is America, everyone.
  • wtw 2012/06/15 03:38:50
    Seems to me President Obama is responsible for being PRESIDENT for the past ...
    wtw
    +1
    Obama is already prepping for this by blaming congress for everything, when congress is more dem then repub and no other president in history has had such a hard time with bringing legislation through through congress!
  • Ken 2012/06/15 03:10:41
    Seems to me President Obama is responsible for being PRESIDENT for the past ...
    Ken
    +2
    but he will blame anyone except himself.
  • Brian 2012/06/15 01:14:51
    I have a different answer
    Brian
    +1
    Even if he is re-elected, he will continue to blame Bush, the "do nothing Congress" (thank God they are) it won't matter whether it's 4 yrs or 400 yrs. Hell, they still drivel on about Nixon and that was 40 yrs ago. Funny question BTW. :)
  • apachehellfire65 2012/06/15 01:14:23
    Seems to me President Obama is responsible for being PRESIDENT for the past ...
    apachehellfire65
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    he will blame who he has the last four years bush! it's worked for him so far.
  • Patric 2012/06/15 01:10:53
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    Patric
    +2
    ok, here is obomma 's plan, he got this bright idea from joey biden,,
    obomma wil blame it on the next incoming president,, yes, it is the fault of the next guy..

    the blame it on the previous guy has worked so well with the msm , the next guy might just work...
  • Wyzard 2012/06/15 01:07:25
    Seems to me President Obama is responsible for being PRESIDENT for the past ...
    Wyzard
  • Informed Voter 2012/06/15 00:51:44
    Seems to me President Obama is responsible for being PRESIDENT for the past ...
    Informed Voter
    +1
    The following News Watch article appeared in the 1977 Jan 15 – 21 week issue of TV Guide (and yes, before you ask, I still have that TV guide):

    Jimmy Carter Is President Of All Americans
    By Walter H. Annenberg,
    (Commentary added. Yeah, I know…. I couldn’t resist!!! lol.)

    Annenberg’s monograph addresses the press’s role in assessing a new President and (Carter’s) Administration. It contains insights that will have certain appeal to both the left and the right leaving both to applaud! Well, one would hope.

    Reading this, one could EASILY replace Obama’s name with Carter.

    “In the interest of fairness, it has become a tradition in the news business to grant a new President about 100 days of grace, a ‘honeymoon’ during which, reasonably free of criticism from reporters and commentators, he can go about establishing his Administration. If ever such a honeymoon was needed, it is now.

    Jimmy Carter is being inaugurated as President of all American, and as such, he and the men and women who form his Administration deserve at the outset our enthusiastic support in their efforts to achieve fair social, economic and political treatment for all Americans, to maintain our defenses while seeking permanent peace, and to strengthen our reputation throughout the world as s Nation of g...














    The following News Watch article appeared in the 1977 Jan 15 – 21 week issue of TV Guide (and yes, before you ask, I still have that TV guide):

    Jimmy Carter Is President Of All Americans
    By Walter H. Annenberg,
    (Commentary added. Yeah, I know…. I couldn’t resist!!! lol.)

    Annenberg’s monograph addresses the press’s role in assessing a new President and (Carter’s) Administration. It contains insights that will have certain appeal to both the left and the right leaving both to applaud! Well, one would hope.

    Reading this, one could EASILY replace Obama’s name with Carter.

    “In the interest of fairness, it has become a tradition in the news business to grant a new President about 100 days of grace, a ‘honeymoon’ during which, reasonably free of criticism from reporters and commentators, he can go about establishing his Administration. If ever such a honeymoon was needed, it is now.

    Jimmy Carter is being inaugurated as President of all American, and as such, he and the men and women who form his Administration deserve at the outset our enthusiastic support in their efforts to achieve fair social, economic and political treatment for all Americans, to maintain our defenses while seeking permanent peace, and to strengthen our reputation throughout the world as s Nation of good will.

    With instantaneous news coverage—and instantaneous nit-picking and second-guessing—it would not be difficult to inadvertently undermine the confidence of the country in its new leaders in very short order. (Just like the LSM did after the 2000 election fiasco Gore v. Bush) Quite obviously, if there are irregularities or criminal actions, the people must know. But barring such developments, a new Administration is entitled to a fair opportunity to get under way without the pressure of criticism for the sake of criticism. (What the LSM, Hollywood and their DNC masters fail to understand is that their brand of criticism is just that: for the sake of criticism.)

    The inauguration of a new President generally is a time for reassessment of our country and its position in the world, of our economic system and of our institutions. (If the voting public were paying attention during the election cycle, reassessment AT inauguration would be mute!) Television new is among the most important of our institutions, for it has the tremendous responsibility of informing the majority of our citizens, and it must do so accurately, fairly and thoroughly. (Can’t argue there, although the LSM has done an abysmal job of late.) It is not an easy job, nor is it one to be taken lightly. There is much that is subjective in news judgment and it is a credit to the men and women of the evening news programs that they are in the main as accurate, as fair and as thorough as their information and the time available for their newscasts permit. Improvement in network newscasts, improvement that will permit presentation of more detail in the interest of more comprehensive treatment of the ness, is much too important to the Nation to be postponed because of a squabble between stations and networks over who is to benefit financially from expanded network news.

    The Carter Administration faces many difficult problems and it will be the job of the news media to report on the solutions the Administration proposes. (Solutions? How are the mantras of “change”, “Hope” and “Yes, we can” solutions?) The temptation to find fault will be strong and there undoubtedly will be faults, for the solutions of necessity must be complex. Our hope is that television, as the most pervasive news medium (Not any more! DNC-TV has lost their monopoly in the arena of ideas via the advent of talk radio!), will set a tone of fairness and watchful waiting the other media will emulate during the early months of the Carter Presidency. (It didn’t happen! And now with the media utterly and completely invested in THEIR candidate, it won’t for this presidency either!)

    Perhaps the most immediate of the problems to be faced concern unemployment and inflation. (Wow! Sound familiar?) It is evident that a President who selected no less than four cabinet members with degrees in economics places the economy high in his list of priorities. (and look how the economy fell apart due to rampant inflation and double-digit interest rates from ‘77 to ’80!) It now appears that Mr. Carter has correctly assessed the conservative tenor of the country and will stress an unemployment solution that relies heavily on inducing industry to do more hiring. (Probably something Obama had better look into and with dispatch!)

    Some short-term Government spending on public-works projects seems inevitable, but in the long run American prosperity depends upon private industry, most of which today is publicly owned. When industry modernizes its plant facilities, expands its markets and prospers, increased employment inevitably follows. Tax credits offered to companies willing to invest in new buildings and equipment are one way Government can increase employment in the private sector. Welfare handouts and make-work projects, on the other hand, produce few lasting benefits for the recipients or the economy. (Somebody better tell Pelosi Reid and Obama this and quickly!) And it is to be hoped that the unbridled liberal in Congress will not prevail in this area. (My favorite line in the entire piece!)

    Whatever the final decisions of the new Administration in strengthening the economy by reducing unemployment, and in the other immediate problems at hand, the information media would do well to respect the ‘honeymoon’ tradition for the months following this week’s inauguration. (And why not? They certainly didn’t give W a ‘honeymoon period’!) Theses are critical times (When haven’t they been? Hey folks, this was written 32 years ago!), and during this period Mr. Carter needs all the help and encouragement we can provide to get his programs off to a smooth start.”


    I’m sorry. The Socialism being force-fed the American people shall not work… ergo, I shall not support them… and we like-minded citizens don’t need a honeymoon period to make an informed decision!
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  • Obama Failed Soda Head Chie... 2012/06/15 00:50:56 (edited)
    Seems to me President Obama is responsible for being PRESIDENT for the past ...
    Obama Failed Soda Head Chief Opi
    +1
    Blame Bush Poll Won’t Help Obama

    http://www.commentarymagazine...


    It is certainly possible many Americans will go on blaming Bush for our problems in the coming years, even long after both he and Obama leave office. But that says more about the way the country thinks about him than it does about the 2012 election.

    Were the Republican challenging the president someone closely associated with the Bush administration, a re-election campaign focused on blaming Bush for the nation’s problems might make some sense. But Mitt Romney is not such a figure. While his foreign policy approach seems broadly similar to that of Bush, that cannot truly be said of much of his economic and other domestic proposals. Conservatives compared Romney to Bush and called him a “big government Republican” during the GOP primaries. But the truth is, he is far more of a fiscal hawk and presents a different take on federalism issues as his rejection of Bush’s “No Child Left Behind” education policies showed.

    But a campaign that is still counting on animus toward George W. Bush being enough to carry Obama back to the White House this year is one that is clearly short on new ideas. More to the point, the reversion to blaming Bush is a tacit confession that nothing Obama has tried in the past three years has worke...


    Blame Bush Poll Won’t Help Obama

    http://www.commentarymagazine...


    It is certainly possible many Americans will go on blaming Bush for our problems in the coming years, even long after both he and Obama leave office. But that says more about the way the country thinks about him than it does about the 2012 election.

    Were the Republican challenging the president someone closely associated with the Bush administration, a re-election campaign focused on blaming Bush for the nation’s problems might make some sense. But Mitt Romney is not such a figure. While his foreign policy approach seems broadly similar to that of Bush, that cannot truly be said of much of his economic and other domestic proposals. Conservatives compared Romney to Bush and called him a “big government Republican” during the GOP primaries. But the truth is, he is far more of a fiscal hawk and presents a different take on federalism issues as his rejection of Bush’s “No Child Left Behind” education policies showed.

    But a campaign that is still counting on animus toward George W. Bush being enough to carry Obama back to the White House this year is one that is clearly short on new ideas. More to the point, the reversion to blaming Bush is a tacit confession that nothing Obama has tried in the past three years has worked. Because his signature legislative accomplishments — ObamaCare and the billion-dollar stimulus boondoggle — are both deeply unpopular, the president has no domestic accomplishments to brag about except bogus economic statistics that ring hollow to a nation that knows how bad things still are.


    The backlash against the president’s claim that the private sector is “doing just fine” shows just how badly he seems to have miscalculated the public’s mood. If he goes on spending the next five months trying to blame Bush rather than taking responsibility for his own failed administration, he will soon be joining the 43rd president on the sidelines as his successor gets a chance to fix the mess he leaves behind.
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  • Phantom 2012/06/15 00:33:26
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    Phantom
    He should blame the do nothing Republican Congress. After all, they've obstructed everything he's put before them. the rational can see this, and it will cost the Republicans dearly, come november.
  • Patric Phantom 2012/06/15 01:12:23
    Patric
    +2
    yawn, old story, last election news..
    come up with some new material....
  • Phantom Patric 2012/06/15 03:12:05
    Phantom
    Don't need any. Rational people can clearly see what's going on. The GOP's in deep $#!t
  • Patric Phantom 2012/06/15 13:35:13
    Patric
    +1
    hmmm,,, the deep $#!t is fully occupied by OUR country..

    WE , Americans , are in it up to our necks, and sinking fast, and hope with a new leader in Nov we can turn this train wreck around...

    obomma looks like he is attempting to run a campaign on past POUTS miss management of the gov't ,,, and now he has a part in this mess, he is responsible for the past 4 years and he will be voted out of office for his incompetence... IMO
  • hazel Patric 2012/06/15 16:32:44
  • hazel Phantom 2012/06/15 15:59:15
    hazel
    Right the libbys have put us in crap and now we are coming in with hoses and soap ...we are cleaning up
  • Phantom hazel 2012/06/15 17:20:04
    Phantom
    Take a closer look hazel. You'll see the mess you're cleaning is the same one Obama's cleaning. It's the one that Bush left.
  • hazel Phantom 2012/06/16 03:24:20
    hazel
    no this is definitely Obamas mess ..check it out ..the conservatives dont leave messes any where near as bad as the libbys

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