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Im going to ask this question again: i am a little tired of opinions on YA. there are so many people spouting off with no information. all i hear is opinions about bush. i did not vote for obama but when he became our president, i was hopeful he would be successful in turning things around. he had my support until recently. i have facts listed and i welcome any intelligent refutation. no opinions- facts only to support your argument: President Bush expanded the federal budget by a historic $700 billion through 2008. President Obama would add another $1 trillion. President Bush began a string of expensive financial bailouts. President Obama has accelerated that course. President Bush created a Medicare drug entitlement that will cost an estimated $800 billion in its first decade. President Obama has proposed a $634 billion down payment on a new government health care fund. President Bush increased federal education spending 58 percent faster than inflation. President Obama would double it. President Bush became the first President to spend 3 percent of GDP on federal antipoverty programs. President Obama has already increased this spending by 20 percent. President Bush tilted the income tax burden more toward upper-income taxpayers. President Obama would continue that trend. President Bush presided over a $2.5 trillion increase in the public debt through 2008. Setting aside 2009 (for which Presidents Bush and Obama share responsibility for an additional $2.6 trillion in public debt), President Obama’s budget would add $4.9 trillion in public debt from the beginning of 2010 through 2016. Obama said he would pull troops out of iraq. He has more than doubled the amount of our men and women overseas and is threatening pakistan. With the continuation of the missle defense sys along the Russian border (he plans to expand east into other countries) iit is likely we will be sending more troops overseas. Obama said he would close gitmo. It has not closed and he has signed to continue rendition. Obama said he would allow congress 5 days to read legislation before the vote. He gave congress one hour to read the bailouts. Not one of them knew what it contained and neither did our president. Is this accountability? Some democratic members of congress were threatened into signing when they were opposed. Obama said he would do away with the patriot act. He quietly signed to further it. Obama slammed Bush for his irresponsible war-time spending and acceleration of the national debt. He has just asked for 85 billion to keep the war going in iraq and additional funds for afg. He sent 90 billion to Palestine to aid the war torn country while we continue to send aid to Isreal. We are now supporting both sides of the war while americans are suffering at home. Further, he spent 20 billion to fly and house Palestinians here in the USA. There are many here in the US that have lost their homes and are out of work. 11 billion in bailout money has disappeared. He cannot account for it. im tired of typing..now i would like to know how obama supporters (and i dont mind that you support him, i only mind that you cannot see the facts) believe he is doing a great job? Also, I am not republican nor liberal. I vote on the issues like any intelligent person should. no camp will get it right all the time. can we finally leave the bush comments? we have a new president everyone. welcome to the now
It is clear there are many who still believe bush is the cause of this. he did double the national debt. it took him 2 terms, 911, and a war to do it. it is obvious you do not understand how the economy works. the real estate crisis was caused by bill clinton: he pressured fannie mae to lower lending standards (he used the community reinvestment act of 77) which caused the conflict of interest between lenders and brokers. this allowed families that could not afford homes to still be approved for the loan. the bubble burst under bush's watch. it was only a matter of time. our country has been in debt since 86. look it up. EVERY president has added to that debt with the exception of clinton-as his policy was short sighted
Snicker... you have no idea what you are talking about. unlike the great depression, we do not have the manufacturing sector to bring us out of this recession. the gov has taxed and regulated private business so much US manufacturers cannot compete with their foreign counterparts. we have a trade deficit my friend. obama is spending in the hopes americans will spend and stimulate the economy. it will not happen. most americans are in debt by 8k. there is still 3 trillion in ARM's that will default. last month 15% of americans were either behind on their mtg or were in the default process. americans are tapped out. they are in debt. they will not spend our way out of this disaster. we do not manufacture because we cannot compete. tell me how you think this is going to play out? with the liquidity of money, the dollar is worth less. economics 101
Sigurj just because you google obama patriot act and come up with nothing does not mean it is not true. try digging a little deeper and interpreting what is going on in your world: April 7th, 2009 Friday evening, in a motion to dismiss Jewel v. NSA, EFF's litigation against the National Security Agency for the warrantless wiretapping of countless Americans, the Obama Administration made two deeply troubling arguments. First, they argued, exactly as the Bush Administration did on countless occasions, that the state secrets privilege requires the court to dismiss the issue out of hand. They argue that simply allowing the case to continue "would cause exceptionally grave harm to national security." As in the past, this is a blatant ploy to dismiss the litigation without allowing the courts to consider the evidence.
Cont.. It's an especially disappointing argument to hear from the Obama Administration. As a candidate, Senator Obama lamented that the Bush Administration "invoked a legal tool known as the 'state secrets' privilege more than any other previous administration to get cases thrown out of civil court." He was right then, and we're dismayed that he and his team seem to have forgotten. Sad as that is, it's the Department Of Justice's second argument that is the most pernicious. The DOJ claims that the U.S. Government is completely immune from litigation for illegal spying — that the Government can never be sued for surveillance that violates federal privacy statutes. This is a radical assertion that is utterly unprecedented. No one — not the White House, not the Justice Department, not any member of Congress, and not the Bush Administration — has ever interpreted the law this way.
Cont.. Previously, the Bush Administration has argued that the U.S. possesses "sovereign immunity" from suit for conducting electronic surveillance that violates the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). However, FISA is only one of several laws that restrict the government's ability to wiretap. The Obama Administration goes two steps further than Bush did, and claims that the US PATRIOT Act also renders the U.S. immune from suit under the two remaining key federal surveillance laws: the Wiretap Act and the Stored Communications Act. Essentially, the Obama Adminstration has claimed that the government cannot be held accountable for illegal surveillance under any federal statutes. As a candidate, Obama ran promising a new era of government transparency and accountability, an end to the Bush DOJ's radical theories of executive power, and reform of the PATRIOT Act.
Sigurj: suspended is correct. read the following: According to a detailed reading of the executive orders signed by Mr Obama on Jan 22, renditions have not been outlawed, with the new administration deciding it needs to retain some devices in Mr Bush's anti-terror arsenal amid continued threats to US national security. "Obviously you need to preserve some tools – you still have to go after the bad guys," an administration official told the Los Angeles Times. "The legal advisers working on this looked at rendition. It is controversial in some circles and kicked up a big storm in Europe. But if done within certain parameters, it is an acceptable practice." Section 2 (g) of the order, appears to allow the US authorities to continue detaining and interrogating terror suspects as long as it does not hold them for long periods. It reads: "The terms "detention facilities" and "detention facility" in section 4(a) of this order do not refer to facilities used only to hold people..
As of right now, Gitmo operations have been suspended, looks like Obama's going in the direction that he said he would. Obama never signed off on the Patriot Act during his presidency, the last time it was reauthorized was in 2006. How many of your other accusations are false?
No, he has not, and I do not believe he will be. He suffers from the exact same malady as his predecessor did, complete control by people outside of our government. Obama is going to expand the Afghan war, in direct contradiction to his speeches during the Primaries. But, why would anyone be surprised ? No one in Jasper ever does what they say..... :-o
Too soon to tell. It's amazing how we went from no expectations with Bush to expecting miracles from Obama.
He has been a complete failure to this point, with the exception of approving the order to allow the Navy Seals to rescue the captain from the pirates.
Ask in 4 years
It took eight years to get us into this mess, and its going to take a while and lots of money to get us out. Give it some time to work and you will answer your own question. At least the present President includes all spending in his budget!
If they didn't have Bush to blame for everything, that would only leave Obama left. Since Obama is a clown they will always have to say but but Bush etc. It will be like that for another 3 and a half years.
Too early to tell if he's a success, but I think he's doing a lot of things right so far.
Too early to judge
He has been a success at ensuring that your kids will be paying most of their earnings in taxes. The man is a menace!