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How would you grade Obama?

How would you grade Obama up to this point?

I personally need a new grading system - "F" is not low enough.
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carsRST
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beetosCommented:
Another Obama bashing thread?

Well, at least your consistent if not creative.
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Anthony RussoCommented:
Point other than you don't like Obama?

I knew this was going to be you carsRST just from the title.

New topic?
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leonstrykerCommented:
I would give him a "C" based on what he was able to achieve vs what he promised to achieve.
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carsRSTAuthor Commented:
Maybe this question some will like better.


http://www.experts-exchange.com/Other/Politics/Q_27401651.html
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Anthony RussoCommented:
Not what I was hoping for. More along the lines of something positive on something you believe in without bashing the opposition.

There has to be some middle ground I would hope. The polarization of parties is the biggest problem with US government right now and why nothing can get done by either side.
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carsRSTAuthor Commented:
Sorry, Anthony.  But your good friend, Obama, wouldn't let Republicans offer anything on his health bill and pushed through a deficit busting "stimulus" bill.  In fact, Republicans had zero say during Obama's first two years in office.

Now we're all paying for that polarization.  

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Anthony RussoCommented:
I never claimed Obama was a good friend. Actually in 2012 I am not sure who I am voting for as Obama has not lived up to expectations but the Republicans haven't got a decent choice either in their circus of candidates.

I did vote for Obama last election and the election before that I voted for Bush. I'm Independent and vote for the person I think will do the best job regardless of party.

Whether we agree (we did a couple of times) or disagree (often) I respect your opinions as you are both educated and articulate. Unfortunately though you seem skewed and it is difficult to take posts from you as objective or honest. Talking with you is like watching Fox News. There is a point where you just want something neutral...just once.

I enjoy the debates and discussions and hope you do as well.
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carsRSTAuthor Commented:
>>I enjoy the debates and discussions and hope you do as well.

There are a mixture of opinions in the political zone.  Just have fun and stick to your guns.
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