It's over.......Obama did it !!

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Barth Vader, Mar 15, 2009.

  1. I did not [could not] vote for him, but I must admit, he has ended this economic disaster, in what, 53 days. That is simply miraculous.

    "...Biden said Saturday that he and the president have no doubt that the country will overcome its economic woes. And he feels the recent uptick in the stock market is a result of the "Obama factor".........",w-biden-economy-confidence-031509.article
  2. However if we go back down, the 'Obama Factor' will no longer be in effect - the 'Bush Factor' will be.
  3. Speaking of the Bush factor...

    Cheney: Don't blame Bush team for economic woes
    Sunday March 15, 9:13 am ET
    Cheney says economic woes are not Bush team's fault, cites global financial problem

    WASHINGTON (AP) -- Don't blame the Bush administration for all the country's economic problems.

    That's the message from former Vice President Dick Cheney.

    President Barack Obama constantly talks about the enormous economic troubles that he inherited when he took office in January. Cheney agrees that Obama did indeed came into power amid very difficult economic circumstances.

    But Cheney says he doesn't think the Bush administration can be blamed for creating the economic woes. Cheney says it's a global financial problem. He says the idea that fault can assigned to the previous administration is "interesting rhetoric" but he doesn't think people care about that.

    Cheney spoke on CNN's "State of the Union."

  4. Naaaaaaaa...

    It's not like Bush had anything to do with appointing the likes of Alan Greenspan for a second term or SEC Chairman Christopher Cox; or the fact that Bush's good "buddy" from Texas, Phil Gramm spearheaded the legislation that created the de-regulation of credit default swaps.

    Bush has no responsibility for any of this mess whatsoever.

    Dick Cheney is a joke.
  5. That would be the logical position for the political animal to take...

    However, Mr. Biden stated that "...the public is starting to understand that the Obama administration has a plan....."

    If "we" are indeed starting to understand "that", then it would also be a logical assumption, that if this "plan" starts to falter, then "we" might "understand" that "it aint workin" :cool: