Apart from the mess Bush left us to deal with, how is Obama renewing the "Destruction of America"-campaign?
Every time someone opens their mouth on this forum by insinuating that "Obama is destroying America", I keep hunkering down and waiting for *something* to happen. But...? I'm still here. My apartment's still standing and my 10-pound chi-pom is pigging out at his dog dish. So what happened? I don't feel any "destruction". The skies are blue, the sun is shining and no errant missiles are flying (other than those that I keep lobbing in my Ace Combat 4: Shattered Skies game: "Got me a Yellow!"). Can some people be in error? That the "destruction" (both physical and imagined) isn't really taking place? Or are we talking about the financial burden we've been placed under since the 1980s? Hate to break it to everyone, but that camel broke a long time ago. We're not on "borrowed" credit, we are on borrowed "time". Some analysts are suggesting that by 2019, foreign investors may not longer be buying Federal Treasury notes and China may even partially call in its debt to the US--seeking back some of the money it has loaned to the US government all these years. That would be the *real* destruction envisioned. Not all this, "Obama's destroying America because he's a Democrat!"-propaganda.
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Republicans predicted the collapse of the union during the Clinton years, which of course didn't happen. Now when Obama leaves office in either 3 or 7 years, they are going to be looking very stupid when none of their doomsday theories materialize... More
Answered By: John - 2/1/2010
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The unemployment rate is at 10% and we're in debt trillions. You seriously know nothing. You just went on a rant and you don't know the very basics of what's important in a country. It's good to hear YOU are doing well. I thought liberals were compassionate.
Answered By: sophie - 2/1/2010
Wait until you are explaining to your grand kids what it was like to be free. Then get back with me.
Answered By: CIA - 2/1/2010
Answered By: LOVELYDAY - 2/1/2010
What you are afraid of didn't happen under Bush either, but I am bet you don't care about that either. What happened in the US history, and what might be coming, makes the Bush era look like a sunday stroll in in the park. But I suspect BDS arrogance blinds you.
Answered By: Michael - 2/1/2010
Borrowed time, indeed. None of it will matter a whit once the next comet hits.
Answered By: Griggnax - 2/1/2010
Bush prevented 7 years worth of 9/11 repeat performances that everyone said would be coming -- and out of his 8-year presidency, our economy was just fine for most of the first 7... More
Answered By: Lady Wildcat - 2/1/2010
I think both Bush and Obama have sucked for the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, huge military spending, costly space technology and weapon development. US must stop the wars and space programs. However, Obama has just televised that he will put the space program probably named " To reach the moon again" into a... More
Answered By: Tom H - 2/2/2010
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