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Do you think the next NEW President will be able to fix the mess 0bama is going to leave behind?

Asked By: wrfine - 4/9/2010
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It will be impossible. In a little more than one year in office here is a partial list of the mess he has already made... More
Answered By: Howard L - 4/9/2010
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But he is the next president
Answered By: zot - 4/9/2010
 
Which mess would that be the one in Iraq or the one in Afghanistan.
Answered By: molly - 4/9/2010
 
Its going to take one hell of a republican. I fear that we don't have the right individual to fill this role
Answered By: dr.4315 - 4/9/2010
 
Yeah, sure, just like Obama was able to fix Bush's mess....as long as we have idiots voting we will continue to have corporate puppets in power. Its 50% the peoples fault as its 50% the presidents fault.(takes 2 to tango)
Answered By: Gary - 4/9/2010
 
CONGRESS WILL...we wlll modify what is not thrown out. It is still being repealed and it is unconstitutional. 17 states have filed lawsuits and the rest are waiting to file too... More
Answered By: zzsleepur - 4/9/2010
 
No, it's going to take a new president and a new congress to fix obama's mess.
Answered By: Chuck G - 4/9/2010
 
I dont think Obama is making a mess! =D x
Answered By: Saffire - 4/9/2010
 
I think the next Republican candidate should run on an "I'm not Bush" platform. It worked for Obama. Then when he/she gets in office that can just blame everything on Bush. It's working for Obama.
Answered By: Jamie - 4/9/2010
 
This may sound a bit Orwellian but historically political maneuvering is done with a long term goal... More
Answered By: Dr. Phil of sh*t - 4/9/2010
 
I doubt it, I almost feel sorry for the next guy.......
Answered By: sheephead_28 - 4/9/2010
 
The new President is going to be Obama. If Obama screwed up a wet dream he'd still be miles ahead of anyone the Republicans would run in 2012.
Answered By: Debra D - 4/9/2010
 
It will take him or her two years to undo this load of crud Obama has rammed through
Answered By: PaRtY 2010 -s'long Barry - 4/9/2010
 
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