More than half of Americans believe Barack Obama’s presidency has been a failure

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WASHINGTON – Americans overwhelmingly view the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham as a serious threat to vital U.S. interests and, in a significant shift, widely support airstrikes in Iraq and Syria, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll. The U.S. public’s increasingly hawkish mood will form part of the backdrop for a speech by…

More than half of Americans believe Barack Obama’s presidency has been a failure, poll finds

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  1. President Obama is the best advertisement for the Opposition Republican Party that anyone has ever come up with. I think that there is a real threat here of Republicans taking over both houses of Congress in the next 4 years.
    Where is the PR department in all of this? It is all about the image one creates while in office. Without that image, he has little power with the exception of Executive Orders.
    This does not effect the President directly. But his political power base in the Congress is in jeopardy.
    For all intents and purposes, he might as well buy a house next to a good golf course and do nothing play golf if he loses control of the Senate. That is exactly what George Bush did with an opposition Congress at the beginning of his term of office.
    Right now he is accused of a number of things.
    He lies too much to the public and they know he is lying.
    He has a questionable Social Security Number.
    He has a questionable Birth Certificate.
    He has locked down his personnel files.
    Michael has documented a lot of the lies in office in an article that is still valid.
    No wonder the Speaker of the House doesn’t want to impeach him.
    He gains a lot more by keeping him in office and letting him blunder this way and that.
    It might be taken out of his hands. If this Ebola plague goes across our borders and kills millions of our people, he will definitely be kicked out of office for his blunders on our southern borders with his immigration policies.
    But by then, it will be too late.
    The biggest blunder that the Republican Party has made is leaving him in office when that will cause so many troubles to come forward. The Speaker could easily be recalled for that action.
    Like a 2008 style market crash of untold proportions.
    Unemployment levels so far out of control that no one can fix them with sugar coated lies from the employment bureau.
    Not doing what he said he would do when he was being elected.
    The financial repercussions of Obamacare on the average wallet.
    He does have a legitimate case against the majority of Republicans in the house with their refusal to do anything to resolve the many issues of this administration for political gain.

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