Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Addicting Info: Long list of Obama accomplishments

If you’re one of those folks who thinks President Obama is a “disappointment,” you haven’t been paying attention the last few years.

And those of you who try to draw comparisons with the Bush Administration should put away the hallucinogens and have your memory checked.

 If you were in a coma for the eight Bush Years, I apologize and forgive you. But please join the real world. So far, this president has done most of what he said he would do if elected; imagine what he could have done by now if progressives had supported him and not given him a Congress that doesn’t look at him as if he’s the demon seed.

Not only is Obama NOT a “disappointment,” he’s pretty much the opposite.

What follows is a PARTIAL list of Obama’s accomplishments so far. Unlike many such lists, there is a link to a citation supporting every single one.  Read More

1 comment:

  1. My favorite way to soak up these crooked-ass, fake, society-fooling numbers is to act them out in a play, like trying to entertain kindergarteners.

    "Hey, honey. I have an idea."

    "What's that, babe?"

    "Well, I really wanna buy some new stuff, so, let's set our budget to 140k this year."

    "Babe! That's so much higher than it's ever been! We cannot afford that. OMG. We're going to absorb so much debt!"

    "Nah. We're good. Just give me the 'OK," K? Everything'll work out, I promise!"

    "It better!"

    "Don't worry. You see, next year, instead of spending that 140k, we'll only spend 70 of the 140k we allotted ourselves to spend. Then, viola, we've just cut our deficit in half! Or, if you're more insanely optimistic and utterly delusional, we just made $70k And we can brag to all our friends how we just cut our deficit spending in HALF, while actually having a surplus of 50% of our imaginary, not-our-money-to-begin-with budget! We're, like, heroes here, sweetie."

    "I want a divorce."

    Unemployment numbers are even more delusional But God bless Texas, I reckon.