The conceit of this moronic Marxist, The Zero™, is breathtaking. Obama and the libtards have been nothing short of a dangerous, utter failure from day one.
From bankrupting our country by putting us trillions of dollars into debt that us, our kids and grandkids will have to somehow repay, to spending $24,000 to purchase each $4000 “cash for clunkers” vehicle, to spending about $250,000 for each “new” job created or saved (whatever the hell a “saved” job is or means). B+??? GMAFB!!! An “F” (for failure) to too high a grade for this idiot Obama.
From Wednesday’s Wall Street Journal-
The President Is No B+ President;
In fact, he’s got the worst ratings of any president at the end of his first year.
Barack Obama has won a place in history with the worst ratings of any president at the end of his first year: 49% approve and 46% disapprove of his job performance in the latest USA Today/Gallup Poll.
There are many factors that explain it, including weakness abroad, an unprecedented spending binge at home, and making a perfectly awful health-care plan his signature domestic initiative. But something else is happening.
Mr. Obama has not governed as the centrist, deficit-fighting, bipartisan consensus builder he promised to be. And his promise to embody a new kind of politics—free of finger-pointing, pettiness and spin—was a mirage. He has cheapened his office with needless attacks on his predecessor.
Consider Mr. Obama’s comment in his interview this past Sunday on CBS’s “60 Minutes” that the Bush administration made a mistake in speaking in “a triumphant sense about war.”
This was a slap at every president who rallied the nation in dark moments, including Franklin D. Roosevelt (“With confidence in our armed forcMr. Obama continued distorting the record in his “60 Minutes” interview Sunday when he blamed bankers for the financial crisis. They “caused the problem,” he insisted before complaining, “I haven’t seen a lot of shame on their part” and pledging to put “a regulatory system in place that prevents them from putting us in this kind of pickle again.”
Mr. Obama may actually believe it when he says, “I think that’s a pretty darned good outcome” and congratulates himself that he could succeed where “seven presidents have tried . . . [and] seven presidents have failed.”
But voters seem to have a different definition of success. And they are tiring of the president’s blame shifting and distortions.
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