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You should further examine your referenced site. It takes very little knowledge to realize they are even more loose with "facts" than Fox news. I find it a waste of time to present facts to anyone that believes some of the absurd propaganda posted on that, obviously biased, site. If you are interested in facts, try to find support for all ten items in the list you cited from reputable sources. Some items are totally false, others are state issues for which Obama has no responsibility. He is not a dictator and has no control over Republican Governors that are operating on self interest instead of state interest.
Can you read? I checked your link and it only illustrates how some warp what they read. It does not even have a comparison of Obama's overall average approval rating as compared to any other president. It only mentions the 17th quarter of his presidency. A select 3 month period has little significance over a 32 quarter presidency. Of more significance would be the lowest approval rating during a presidents time in office. Note that for the last 75 years, Obama's lowest approval rating is higher that all except Roosevelt. Eisenhower and Kennedy. Yes even the overly worshiped Reagan's approval rating dropped lower than Obama's.
And once again we see that those with no facts resort to lame insults.
You really should check facts from unbiased sources - Congress approval rating 14%, President Obama's approval rating 50%. Very few presidents have approval ratings that high. Obama averaged 49% his first term. While he did have a 56% in December, 2012, it is accurate to say his approval rating has declined, such short term decline is meaningless since he is still above his average for the first term.
Sequestration was a last ditch effort to reach a compromise. The idea behind it was that politicians would have time to form an agreement to stop the devastation to our federal economy that sequestration caused - the unfortunate miscalculation was the GOP preferring tax cuts for the super wealthy to any kind of compromise that would return our government to some kind of fiscal responsibility. Obama has proposed compromised legislation that balanced budget cuts and tax increases - its the GOP that is not interested in any compromise and anyone that votes for a GOP that is more interested in destroying Obama's administrative efforts with a no compromise position is a fool or super wealthy only caring about amassing their own fortunes.
If you don't like popups then block popups. Its easy, just ask some tech savvy friend, probably some kids in your neighborhood would be glad to show you how.
And how much better these numbers would be if the Republicans had not continually blocked attempts to correct the layoffs caused by the sequester. Yes, the sequester was a by-partisan bill and the President and Democrats must share in the blame for getting us here, the Republicans are the ones that are blocking efforts to correct the situation, except for the FAA so they would not be inconvenienced when flying.
Obviously you have significant memory loss. The Bush administration tried to blame Clinton for 9/11, but then it came out that the Bush administration ignored warnings presented to him and his staff by the Clinton staff. Under Bush, these leads were not followed. His Administration also tried to blame Clinton for the failing economy He backed off on this as it became obvious that the economic erosion was accelerate under him. These are just two prominent examples. Do a little digging and you will find others.
You really should read everything on your link before posting. This site is blatantly racist and full of misinformation. It is surprising that anyone can possibly aggree with these extremist, but then you had the nerve to post it twice.
So, in your mind, news2me, those "Christians" that assassinated doctors and bombed women's clinics are not terrorists? Do you also claim that Tim McVeigh's bombing in Kansas was not an act of terror? Okay, you can climb back into your private world and continue to ignore facts.
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