12 years ago
Anonymous

How many years do you think it will be before Obama stops blaming bush for all his problems?

How many years do you think it will be before Obama stops blaming bush for all his problems?
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12 years ago
Anonymous
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Who knows, lets wait and see. Personally I don't think he will blame him much further, now that he is elected I think he will be more focused on the future of our country then the past. Why can't you just rally behind our president anyways? You people just keep judging and whining until the cows come home. I don't care if you are republican or libertarian he is YOUR president, you should be positive not a whiner.
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12 years ago
Anonymous
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12 years ago
Anonymous
YOmama will keep blaming Bush as long as the media lets him get away with it, so it could be a long time. But it probably won't matter because no matter what, people pretty much blame the president no matter who runs congress, Look at the last election. Do nothing congress didn't get any of the blame. The good thing is that now the Dem's controll everything they really can't blame us for anything. It will be fun though to blame Obama for gas going from under 2 bucks to what ever it goes up to. We also get to blame Obama for corporate welfare for giving billions to the auto execs who flew in on individual corporate jets. We also will get to bash him for every American that dies in Afghanistan. and finally we get to hammer him when the budget deficit explodes like a nuclear BOMB ! SOUND FAMILIAR LIBERALS ! LOL
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12 years ago
MJN
1) To the extent that he's actually done so, Obama will probably stop blaming Bush for his problems after he's done disposing of all the problems Bush created, sometime in 2014 or so. 2) He's not a Senator anymore. Pick up a newspaper sometime, you might be surprised at what you discover. 3) Senators don't pass bills, they just propose and vote on them. And presidents can't pass bills (i.e. sign them into law) until they're sworn in. Pick up a copy of the constitution sometime, you might be surprised at what you discover. 4) If it walks like a Republican, and it talks like a Republican, and it goosesteps like a Republican, it's probably a Republican.
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12 years ago
Anonymous
3-4 years
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12 years ago
Beth
Well, I don't know that we'll ever see the end of that. What I would like to know is this... when will he actually say he knows about SOMETHING!! He was blasted for his relationship with Bill Ayers and his response... "I didn't know he was still a terrorist. I thought he was reformed." He was blasted for his 20-year attendance to a church led by a racist, supremist and his response... "I wasn't aware of those hateful things being said by Rev. Wright." He was questioned about the newer blow-up with yet another corrupt politician (from his home state) and his response... "I have no idea what you are all talking about and am just as surprised by this turn of events as everyone else is." So... when will he get questioned on something and know ANYTHING?? Better yet... when will he be questioned and TRUTHFULLY respond??
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12 years ago
Louella R
Obama is no longer a Senator .Obama is the President Elect He resigned his seat in congress and the Gov Of Illinois tried to sell it on e-bay? or something like this
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12 years ago
Advantage-ME
I hope it's not as long as people are blaming Clinton for Bush's errors. Does this means that even though someone is president, they cannot undo the errors of their predecessors. I think that right now we all have to take stock of a failed presidency and figure our way out of this hellhole for everyone.
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12 years ago
VoiceOfReason
All of Obama's plans are 10 years in length, so I'm sure that it will be that long. Hope one of his ten year plans is not to stay in the White House that long; it would be pretty unseemly to have to evict him.
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12 years ago
Anonymous
He'll stop about 4 years after the end of time.
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