It's Bush, It's Japan's earthquake,It's the Tea Party,It's Repubs, fault. Is any of it Obama's fault
You have to remember that $7.3 trillion of our debt is from the Bush Administration. Our economic crisis is the product of years of market deregulation and economic disparity. His responsibility lies mainly with what he has not done rather than what he has done. What we need is a new New Deal with serious investment in infrastructure, education and alternative energy. We need to end the wars and close all 700 of our bases outside of the United States. We need to end the Drug War legalizing, taxing and regulating marijuana. Also deserves blame for going after healthcare when what we really need is a jobs program. Part of this is the fault of his belief in bipartisanship with a party that has no interest in compromise. Part of it is that he is not a liberal. The result is that nothing has really changed since he became President.
Actually only $4.8 trillion is what Bush added to the National Debt over his 8 years. Obama has now passed that in his 2 1/2 years in office.
Partisanship? Like they did on Obamacare? Like they did when Obama raised the tax on gasoline? Please, Dems rammed so much through when the Repubs were in the minority and could do nothing about it. Now that they can so Obama blames them and everyone else for it.
Investment in infrastructure is needed, but they do not produce full time jobs. When the project is over, they get laid off. We need permanent job growth
The global criminal banksters are to blame. They have engineered this crisis for a number of years and now they are pushing towards one world currency and one world government.
Obama is just like every other puppet before and no doubt after him. They pull the strings and he moves. The best way for America to address this is to start dismantling the Federal Reserve, the private bank pretending it is an official government institution. Audit them then bring them down. That will wipe out this fictitious debt straight away. Then work on the Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan's, but especially anything and everything controlled by the Rothschild family.
I am not a conspiracy loon by the way despite what you may think.
I do think Obama has made a lot of bad decisions and has failed to follow through with the majority of his promises. But he does not make decisions alone. I think all of Washington is failing the people. Regardless of their party. Right not is is every man for himself and his party in Washington. And nothing is getting done.
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