Why do libs believe Obama's role is to economically save the nation with his pen?

Obama's job is NOT to make anything for anyone. His job is to create a national climate where the "private sector" hires and puts people back to work while he focuses strictly on reducing the national debt - not add to it. PERIOD! As a conservative, hell I'd vote for him if he attacked that problem that way. Now here we go again.......>>>> Biden & Obama doing the political "vote for me tour" by saying the GOP is against hiring more teachers, firefighters and police by defeating his job bill. HEY BAMA - your own senate controlled dems can't get enough votes to support your bill. What the GOP is saying, is NO more spending ( especially public sector unions ) which is exactly all that he and Biden are preaching on their vote for me tour. When he spends trillions calling it stimulus - all that's getting stimulated is unions, public sector agencies and government contractors. That's all, nothing more - nothing less. What the hell do libs expect a president to do??? Stop looking at government to save anything. It's not their role, never has been and it is why every effin time they touch something under states control in the private sector, they screw it up and make things a hell of lot worse!!!!!!! Case in point ===>>> Bush was prez for 8 years and accumulated a ton of debt. I get that. But in 8.3% of the time, the Pelosi House / Reid Senate & Obama signed 24% more debt. Has unemployment in the private sector gone down? Has foreclosures gone down? Has business start ups increased or has small business continue to close their doors? THAT'S A HELL OF A OF LOT OF TAX PAYER MONEY PASSED ON TO WORKERS NOT EVEN BORN YET TO HAVE TO FACE WITH BASICALLY ZILCH IN RESULTS. NEED AN EYE OPENER? ===>

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Of course the constant screeching message from corporate Conservatives is "taxes and over-regulation are killing jobs!!!". And yet when challenged none can offer any specific examples of these over-regulations and exactly how they're seriously affecting profits... More
Answered By: Compo - 10/22/2011
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Trump/Hank Jr. 2012!!!!!!
Answered By: The Blunt Ugly Truth - 10/22/2011
Back in Febuary 2009 President Obama told Today Show host Matt Lauer that he’d be a one-term president if he didn’t fix the economy in three years. “I will be held accountable,” Obama said. “I’ve got four years and … A year form now, I think people are going to see that we’re starting to make some progress, but there’s... More
Answered By: mollyjones - 10/22/2011
Where did the debt come from? Oh that right the Bush wars were put in the budget.... REALITY? Try it you might even like it.
Answered By: Victor - 10/22/2011
Because the Republican led House, won't do anything with legislation to help.
Answered By: shindypetite - 10/22/2011
We have not had anymore 911s. I would say Obama created a national climate where the "private sector" hires and puts people back to work. And money is fiat and debt so why should I care about something called money getting in the way of resources available to help?
Answered By: Growth vs Oil - 10/22/2011
Why do cons believe their role is to enslave and destroy the middle class by attacks on organized labor... More
Answered By: ANDROLOMA - 10/22/2011
Answered By: Flo the Factor Fan - 10/22/2011
Unfortunately, you believe politics controls economics. Whereas the reverse is much more likely... More
Answered By: TokyoSteve - 10/22/2011
Obama has very limited ability to fix the economy. That's by design. Signed, A liberal.
Answered By: Scott Monster - 10/22/2011
Look past Obama, he is not the problem, only a figure head. If you want real change, get the money out of politics. Then we will ge honesty back in government. Until then, all legislation will be to increase profits for special interests.
Answered By: ? - 10/22/2011
Obama isn't what he appears to be. He was placed in office to destroy our economy and... More
Answered By: THE RED NECK - 10/22/2011
I'm an independent & I'm still wondering how this question--rant, really--got through & my legit ? got deleted... More
Answered By: J - 10/23/2011
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