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What will be the liberals "talking point" after 8 long yrs of Obama's failed economic policies?

Who will they blame after 8 years? What excuses will they have after 8 years?

Asked By: - 9/7/2012
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What "failed" policies? You have a selective memory for the chaos and horrendous damages left in the wake of the always-fail Republican policies from 2001 through 2008, including the devastating HOUSING collapse nation-wide that began in 2004, according to NPR (millions of homeowners suddenly lost their homes, which... More
Answered By: Armchair Goddess #1 - 9/7/2012
Additional Answers (11)
Bush
Answered By: Obama's Conscience - 9/7/2012
 
So, you admit that Romney has no chance and Obama is going to win....
Answered By: scott b - 9/7/2012
 
wonce hees getz ellected uhgain he weellls fixz it. he promiss
Answered By: Josue Pancho Gomez - 9/7/2012
 
Thank goodness he will be a one term blunder
Answered By: Liberal Exterminator - 9/7/2012
 
If you had a grip on reality, you'd understand that he's succeeding... More
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Answered By: Reality has a Liberal Bias - 9/7/2012
 
Blame Bush.
Answered By: Toss the Liberals into Jupiter - 9/7/2012
 
Are you sort of embarrassed about the right wing and their sleazy "talking points" lies?
Answered By: Auroch - 9/7/2012
 
Nixon signed executive orders that allowed the president to suspend the constitution and all elections to enable the president to maintain civil order in the event of a national emergency. The XXII amendment could also be repealed. The talking point is that the republicans did so much damage to the economy that it will... More
Answered By: Joe BTGSPLK - 9/7/2012
 
Maybe then we will start blaming China and Russia.
Answered By: MTR 2.0 - 9/7/2012
 
Hard to say since 4 more years of Obama will have everyone speaking Russian or Chinese.
Answered By: who is #1? - 9/7/2012
 
Oh you got us, how can we explain how one man cannot solve all the world's problems or even the USA's in four years. Of course, everything would be easier if everyone got involved, if everyone helped, but that's not going to happen is it. Certainly, Congress won't help. It won't help to pass legislation that would help... More
Answered By: Observer - 9/7/2012
 
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