Do you think President Obama is doing a superlative job as President?

Asked By: Mojo the Pathetic - 6/24/2011
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He is doing superlative job trying sink this country to a hell hole that he came from.
Answered By: have a nice day - 6/24/2011
Additional Answers (9)
he has superlative power but he does nothing !!
Answered By: Alf Hollenhawk - 6/24/2011
He's a bloody joke !
Answered By: TYTONIDAE - 6/24/2011
He is good at Geometry, in that he uses every single Angle he can they all do. So yeh...he is good at "Angles" and "illutions" like a Magician. But, People have seen this before.............he needs "new tricks".
Answered By: Michael - 6/24/2011
President Obama is doing the best he can. Any of the things he hoped to do are being thwarted by the Republicans, and I do think that there is, somewhere, a hope that he fails because he is black. When he came into office, Bush had made such a mess of things, that we all knew that Obama would have a hard time... More
Answered By: shortstuff - 6/24/2011
Well, that all depends on what "superlative" means, does it not?!
Answered By: Richard Fappington - 6/24/2011
I think Obama's much better than the last President, who led the U.S. down the garden path to disaster... More
Answered By: Alion - 6/24/2011
Superlatively bad! The man is a disaster sometimes I think Biden would have made a better choice.
Answered By: Janice - 6/24/2011
If the Republicans would let him DO anything, he might be a success - but they drag their heels at every turn. Their hero, G.W.Bush left this country in a HUGE mess - a bigger mess that can be fixed in four years and Americans aren't big on patience - they are used to instant gratification, so in short, no - he isn't... More
Answered By: Victor - 6/24/2011
A very poor chess player in the political game of chess. His moves are not synchronized and are at counter approaches to each other. His actions cost the Democrats a lot in '10 and have put him on the defensive. Very frustrating for those who wanted to see progress only to watch it later be overturned and moved the... More
Answered By: stevmg - 6/24/2011
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