Why some americans hate Obama


  • xdvx
  • September 16, 2009, 11:17 pm
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    Most of those people are absolutely retarded.

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    I think it is crazy that one administration can bankrupt a country and then the next one increase spending. health care reform was needed, just bad timing.

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    They need to research before they just go out there like that, I'm not standing up for Obama, I don't like him, but I'm not standing up for those people either. And the video was probably edited to make it seem like everybody out there didn't have a legitimate reason.

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    i agree totally it's not just Bush's fault a lot of people made mistakes, but this is what you get with our two party system.

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    there is no perfect system, but i do believe out of all the choices we have the best of all the imperfect systems.

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    agreed

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    This is sad. It's people like this that make conservatives look bad. I just winced every time the reporter gave them a golden opportunity to back up what they were saying, and they just folded. So, in defense of conservatives, we aren't all like these nutjobs.

    • Ertrov
    • May 19, 2010, 5:20 pm
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    +3

    • Dannyl
    • May 19, 2010, 6:42 am
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    I'm sorry but it seems that some Americans truly are retarded, Obama has to deal with George Bushes complete destruction of the US, and comeon HE HAS BEEN IN POWER FOR A FUCKING YEAR!!!!!!! A YEAR!!!

    The whole healthcare thing is ridiculous when there are people who literally can not afford to get medical care in a western country like America you know something is wrong. And this whole scare about our NHS is ridiculous we do not let people die in their beds, we have one of the best medical systems in the world.

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    Just finished watching this whole video and all i can say is *face palm times infinity.

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    to blame one man, ie Bush, is to say that the rest of the government had no power. no once man does it all. its a system or a government that works or fails.

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    This just made me laugh. It's really funny how stupid some people are.

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    ..and you know this how?

    • Albane
    • May 19, 2010, 1:24 pm
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    Most i'm guessing did. The reason it was only showing the stupid people was to get skewed results so they would seem in the right. Pisses me right the hell off.

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    Bill Clinton left everything on the edge of collapsing, so Bush never really had a chance. It's amazing he did as well as he did.

    • Ertrov
    • May 19, 2010, 3:33 pm
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    that's what happens when you get three straight spending oriented administrations

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    Bush did awufly.

    The Bush years -- then and now

    From NBC's Mark Murray
    With President Bush set to leave the White House less than two weeks from now, here's a "Then and Now" to show what the United States looked like when Bush was entering office and what it looks like now as he's leaving. The "Then" is the best-available figure as Bush was taking office in 2001. The "Now" is the most recent figure.

    UNEMPLOYMENT RATE
    Then: 4.2% (Bureau of Labor Statistics, January 2001)
    Now: 6.7% (Bureau of Labor Statistics, November 2008)

    DOW JONES INDUSTRIAL AVERAGE
    Then: 10,587 (close of Friday, Jan. 19, 2001)
    Now: 9,015 (close of Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2009)

    BUSH FAVORABILITY RATING
    Then: 50% (1/01 NBC/WSJ poll)
    Now: 31% (12/08 NBC/WSJ poll)

    CHENEY FAVORABILITY RATING
    Then: 49% (1/01 NBC/WSJ poll)
    Now: 21% (12/08 NBC/WSJ poll)

    CONGRESS APPROVAL RATING
    Then: 48% (1/01 NBC/WSJ poll)
    Now: 21% (12/08 NBC/WSJ poll)

    SATISFIED WITH THE NATION'S DIRECTION
    Then: 45% (1/01 NBC/WSJ poll)
    Now: 26% (12/08 NBC/WSJ poll)

    CONSUMER CONFIDENCE (1985=100)
    Then: 115.7 (Conference Board, January 2001)
    Now: 38.0, which is an all-time low (Conference Board, December 2008)

    FAMILIES LIVING IN POVERTY
    Then: 6.4 million (Census numbers for 2000)
    Now: 7.6 million (Census numbers for 2007 -- most recent numbers available)

    AMERICANS WITHOUT HEALTH INSURANCE
    Then: 39.8 million (Census numbers for 2000)
    Now: 45.7 million (Census numbers for 2007 -- most recent available)

    U.S. BUDGET
    Then: +236.2 billion (2000, Congressional Budget Office)
    Now: -$1.2 trillion (projected figure for 2009, Congressional Budget Office)

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    Ok then sorry the Bush administration. My bad.

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