Originally posted by Blackmarketeer
reply to post by Eurisko2012
The economy hit rock bottom thanks to the GOP and their policies, millions of people were thrown out of work then and ended up on food stamps
or unemployment. Credit goes to Bush/GOP for every person who went on public assistance in 2009/2010 and even 2011.
Blaming Obama for the people put on food stamps thanks to the Bush Recession of 2008 is like blaming a firefighter for the water he used putting out a
fire started by an arsonist.
You are correct... there has to be fallout, carryover, call it what you like from the Bush administration... and of course Bush inherited problems
from the previous administration.
I feel confident history will show, just as Clinton / Gore road the internet as the countries only vehicle to prosperity, Bush / Cheney road the
Although the internet is still flying high today, millions were left unemployed and underemployed by its crash.
In the same token, the housing market, corrupted by many banks, mortgage companies, realtors, appraisers to name but a few not only destroyed the
mainstay portion of the housing market and industry in America, it also caused the commerical market to crash. Recovery of either or both is likely
stymied for 10 to 20 years and will never recover to its insane, bloated, over inflated level of the near past.
In one blow, GREED destroyed both markets and all supporting industries leaving millions without work, many likely forever.
Obama should not be blamed for, nor claim credit for that which started on Bush's watch.
In closing, I have no love for Obama, did not vote for him, will not vote him due simply to his anti-gun, 'Second Amendment' agenda.
With every breath in my body I will be forced to fight for Obama's defeat in this election.
Obama is going into his lame duck portion of his tenure and will like name two Supreme Court Judges, along with many other Judges which, given his
anti-gun agenda could cause the destruction of the Second Amendment rights planned and included by the drafter's into our Constitution.
My opinion and experience having been closely involved in both parties over the past years, the donkey has bred the elephant and the elephant has bred
the donkey... I do not know if we now have a donkaphant or an elephadon, but the mutant product of the inbreeding has caused the failure of our