Do you feel Obama has done a good job in office?
Political sides apart, has he done his job as President of the U.S.? He said he would cut the debt in his first term and create more jobs but he's only increased debt by what, 50%? I don't care what he has or hasn't done, if I hire a financial consultant for my company and they don't do their job, no matter what the reasons are, i'm going to fire you and find someone who can help my company grow.
Asked By: Ryu - 2/17/2012
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Yes, considering Obama is working with the Tea Party Psychopaths he has done more than expected
Answered By: RoseMarie - 2/17/2012
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Could'nt agree with you more
Answered By: Bob Carlton - 2/17/2012
Answered By: i love pink - 2/17/2012
He has done a little bit better than Forest Gump would have.
Answered By: jaker - 2/17/2012
Do you know what role the congress plays in the government, and how much it can limit the president?
Answered By: Nancy - 2/17/2012
no. he has waffled on most promises made. many pols do that, in any case. he is a Chicago lawyer who is trying to promote his personal agenda on a country that doesn,t find him very satisfying. his attacks on personal freedom are not well received, except by those people who feel they need more "protection" from big... More
Answered By: David - 2/17/2012
No, and Ron Paul can fix the messes that have been made over the last 100 years. Its time the people control the country. Watch Ron Paul's video "imagine" on youtube.
Answered By: James - 2/17/2012
He never claimed he would cut the debt - he claimed he would cut the deficit (please tell me you do know the difference) by 50% in his first term... More
Answered By: Sageandscholar - 2/17/2012
No, but I am not sure if anyone could have. THe world is more complex than a simple "Community Organizer" can handel sometimes. THe questions should be, has he done what he could? I don't think so. I think he, personally, has done a bad job. Not just that the job was bigger than he thought.
Answered By: Athena - 2/17/2012
No,worst President in history.I wish he would go back to Chicago and dump his mob style politics there.
Answered By: mackie - 2/17/2012
No, the job Obama has done, sucks... But when considering the alternatives, the Republicans have to offer... I'd support Obama, hands down...
Answered By: Dan L Boun - 2/18/2012
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