If there had been a letter below F, or perhaps a column entitled "complete crap" he would have probably gotten that instead.Check this!!!
After you vote...look at the results.
Grade Obama's First Year in Office - Political Hotsheet - CBS News
the poll results??????? this can't be true I'm calling shenanigans
The web poll wasn't related to the article.CBS News said:This poll was conducted among a random sample of 1,090 adults nationwide, interviewed by telephone January 14-17, 2010. Phone numbers were dialed from random digit dial samples of both standard land-line and cell phones. The error due to sampling for results based on the entire sample could be plus or minus three percentage points. The error for subgroups is higher.
Points 1 and 3 are a contradiction. Universal health care requires huge spending. Why do you think all the socialist welfare states in Europe are failing right now?He gets a "D" from me because:
1. lack of a public option and true universal health care is his greatest failure. The greatest country in the world should be able to provide health care for every one of its citizens. anything less is simply unacceptable.
2. The silly wars in the mideast should be over by now, when I am in DC I stop by the rock to honor my cousin, a couple of friends, and the brothers of a few other friends. I pity the people who will end up doing the same at the mideast war memorial because of another useless and irrational war. Obie should have ended Bush's Blunder the first day in office.
3. Stimulus spending was a big mistake. we needed to clean our economic house, not artificially prop it up. Moreover, it just added to the deficit. We need to cut spending and raise taxes to eliminate the deficit. Instead Obie cut taxes and increased spending - just like Bush. another economic disaster.
4. His failure to rein in the financial products barons is another failure. TR would have busted their behinds by this stage of his administration.
no it would not - a public option would merely eliminate the multi-million dollar bonuses being paid to executives of the private insurers and help those who presently get the most expensive and least effective medical care.Points 1 and 3 are a contradiction. Universal health care requires huge spending. Why do you think all the socialist welfare states in Europe are failing right now?