He needs to stand up to conservatives more (including the ones in the democratic party). He has given up too many battles and hasn't taken a tough enough negotiation stance to get really get stuff fixed.
I have really high standards, so for him to be doing alright, would mean that he would be ostracized by both Democrats and Republicans.Norly, be specific. What would you DO. Not vague campaign promises.
What does "if you were Obama" have to do with "what could he do to make you say he's doing an ok job"?I said if YOU were Obama. Therefore.
****. Is the full moon continuing?
Yeah, I'll do that right after you drop the ****ing rape quote. Have some sensitivity, ffs.What does "if you were Obama" have to do with "what could he do to make you say he's doing an ok job"?
Try parsing your sentences and make sure they ask what you want them to ask before you start blathering on about full moons. It's not my fault you don't know how to direct a question.
Read what the Constitution says, not what he thinks it should say, and then govern by it..... but I'm with jallman on this, the boy has gone to far to be able to come back.
Good question BDBoop. I believe that our President needs to keep the Bush tax cuts and reduce government spending. Leave the free market to create the jobs; this is not the job of the government to employ 1/2 the country. What happens with so much government growth without growth in government revenue is what we see going on in Europe. Socialist nations are going bankrupt. Our President is spending government dollars that the government doesn't have.
1. admit the stimulus was a failure, take the unspent money and turn it towards debt-reduction. privatize freddie, fannie, gm, etc. and turn any money gained from the sale towards debt reduction. in conjunction with this; no new spending.