Anyone else think Obama is doing terrible on the economy?
It seems the stimulus package has not created any jobs, the only thing it's created is a massive unsustainable deficit. Unemployment will be reaching 12% in my prediction (ESPECIALLY after refusing to help CIT Group, who is a vital lender to small businesses nationwide). It seems he has no problem throwing money at businesses that are "too big to fail" because they have powerful lobbyists. Anyways, do any of you still have confidence in his ability to handle the economy?
Asked By: marky p - 7/16/2009
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Answered By: Craig C - 7/16/2009
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He's pretty much done nothing. He's thrown money at the problem which hasn't been fully dispersed, yet we're still sinking. I guess the Republicans would love that since they just wanted the economy to run it's course without any intervention. I think he could do more though. I think he needs to look forward and... More
Answered By: John G - 7/16/2009
obama is a complete failure....but lets just blame george...we can blame him forever.
Answered By: Suzy - 7/16/2009
This guy seems to think that being president is a one man job, does he forget that the Congress and the Senate are in place for our protection , where does he think whatever he wants we want as a nation...so in repines to your question...nope
Answered By: beartruth - 7/16/2009
How could anyone think he is doing well. By his own admission they under estimated the scope of the problem. He promised that the Obamulus that was rushed through before anyone read it would stop unemployment at 8.5% (WHOOPS), and he continues to pursue economy killing policies that will drive unemployment damn near... More
Answered By: Doc - 7/16/2009
I would not hire him
Answered By: raypay2003 - 7/16/2009
Oh, he's doing a great job. If you're thinking like a socialist autocrat. Everything he has already done or is planning to do will utterly destroy this country. Our deficit in the "first" 6 months of his "administration" is it's largest ever... $1,300,000,000,000.00 that's one trillion three hundred billion and he... More
Answered By: jim - 7/16/2009
alright put your t and your h together ttthhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. keep your upper tonge against your upper lip, and you bottom lip against the bottom of your tongue. When you say this, put your thumbs facing down
Answered By: Lew - 7/16/2009
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