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Has Obama put Politics Ahead of Policy?

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by righteousdude2, Nov 20, 2011.

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  1. Yes, see comments!

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  2. No, see comments!

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  3. He has always been in a perpetual state of campaigning!

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  4. Here is my view of the article and this question!

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  1. righteousdude2

    righteousdude2 Well-Known Member

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    The President has to be the one who takes the blame as it is his watch. He has taken some bad advice form those around hum. Sadly they are many of the ones who has gotten us in this mess, but he is still responsible because he accepted the job and should have done his homework before he made the statements and pushed the policy. Now the best thing is for him to leave and allow another to try and fix things, but my opinion is that things have went too far to be fixed.
     
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    All politicians are in it to be re-elected. All.

    I'm figuring that Obama will not come to an agreement with the Republicans on a deficit reduction deal because he needs to run against what he will call "the do-nothing Congress". He can't run on his record. He can't run on his achievements. That leaves him to blame the Republicans and run against them.

    This is not surprising nor unexpected.
     
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