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How long after H leaves is it OK for repubs to be held accountable for the state of affairs? We know Bush has been at fault for the past 6 years and likely for the next 2 at least depending on how the next election goes.

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I say we have carte blanch to blame everything on Obama for at least the next six years. To do otherwise would expose the rats for being the hypocrites they are.

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He had 6 years to do so. Hopefully he'll make the best of his last 2.

 

I doubt it, based on what I've seen the past 6 years, he'll dig in his heels even more.

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I prefer the classy route of not acting like a spoiled teenager and just get chit done.
He had 6 years to do so. Hopefully he'll make the best of his last 2.

 

I don't know about the rest of you but I'm very ascared of what he might do now :shock:

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Obama was getting blamed for the stock market selloff before he even got sworn in. And you guys want the Republicans to have time to fix things. Sheeesh!!

 

Nothing an investor loves more than higher taxes and big spending....

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Nothing an investor loves more than higher taxes and big spending....


Can't argue with that. It looks to about triple from the lows under his policies.



his policies or the expansion of the Fed's balance sheet?  


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Obama was getting blamed for the stock market selloff before he even got sworn in. And you guys want the Republicans to have time to fix things. Sheeesh!!





A survey of republican voters in Louisiana found that 1/3 of them blame Obama for the poor response to hurricane Katrina in 2005.


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his policies or the expansion of the Fed's balance sheet?  

 

Unless inflation matches the growth of the stock market, it's kind of hard to pin the entire rally on loose monetary policy, but it sure has kept it lubed.

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