Why Obama will be remembered as a failed president

Posted by on Jan 21, 2013 at 2:51 pm

And don’t forget that as soon as Obama leaves office Obamacare will essentially be an orphan. The right hates it for obvious reasons (it is a government takeover of health care, it has Obama’s name attached, etc.) but many on the left never really wanted it either. The base of the Democratic party never trusted the central role insurance companies play in Obamacare and many of them still pine for a fully government-run single payer health care system. The current Obamacare framework will have to fail before they can push for further government control.

So take a step back and what will  Obama have really accomplished? A blah-economy, with unacceptable unemployment, stagnant growth and rising income inequality; a resurgent al-Qaeda, and a signature domestic accomplishment already on life-support.

If that is greatness, our country is truly in trouble.

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3 Responses to “Why Obama will be remembered as a failed president”

  1. MT Geoff on 21/21/13 at 5:03 pm

    Whenever we confront the failure of Obama, we slam into the reality of an electorate that returned him to office and that put more “progressives” into Congress than in 2010. I was hopeful that more Americans would recognize what’s wrong — Obama being more symptom than cause. I was wrong. That scares me more than Obama does.

  2. Jon Brooks on 23/23/13 at 8:18 am

    Very scary…in one form or another in a different election they will do it all over again …and again…and again…..

  3. Jon Brooks on 23/23/13 at 8:24 am

    Or as Einstien said (and later repeated soooo succinctly by the character Vaas in Far Cry 3)…Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.