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  • He's not been President long enough to say "best President so far". What about Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, and all of those? There's just NO WAY he can be considered the "best" after only 8 months in office.
  • I don't know about that. Clinton was pretty good too.
  • I think, so far, he's a disaster!
  • He is pretty terrible
  • Absolutely not. He will ruin this country like Lincoln did. I hope all those that voted for him like the change about to come.He has no idea of what is going on and his associations with the wrong people will eventually ruin him. He may make history again by being the 3rd president to be impeached....hopefully.
  • your kidding right
  • No, I do not.
  • This is a loaded question, you all know my answer. +5 anyway. :-)
  • A wonderful legacy is in the making. We only have 3.5 more years before the carnage is over............................................. So, Let's Recap-- 1. The American people elect a black president with a total of 142 days experience as a US Senator from the most politically corrupt state in America whose governor is ousted from office. The President's first official act is to order the close of Gitmo and make sure terrorists civil rights are not violated. (He screwed up!!) 2. The U.S. Congress rushes to confirm a black Attorney General, Eric Holder, whose law firm we later find out represents seventeen Gitmo Terrorists. (An honest mistake?!) 3. The CIA Boss appointee, Leon Panetta, has absolutely no experience, has a daughter Linda, we find out, who is a true radical anti-American activist and a supporter of all the Anti-American regimes in the western hemisphere. (There were socio-economic factors involved!) 4. We got the second most corrupt American woman (Pelosi is #1) as Secretary of State; bought and paid for. (You can put lipstick on a pig, but it still stinks!) 5.. We got a Tax Cheat for Treasury Secretary who did not properly file his own taxes for 12 years. (He misspoke!) 6. A Commerce Secretary nominee who withdrew due to corruption charges. (Another honest mistake???) 7. A Tax cheat nominee for Chief Performance Officer who withdrew under charges. (Hmmm... another screw-up?) 8. A Labor Secretary nominee who withdrew under charges of unethical conduct. (Ok, maybe this person was just plain stupid.) 9. A Secretary HHS nominee (Daschle) who withdrew under charges of cheating on his taxes. (I'm running out of excuses for these idiots!!) 10. Multiple appointments of former lobbyists after an absolute campaign statement that no lobbyists would be appointed. (Dear God, I need a drink!) All this occurred just during the first three weeks. . . but who's counting? America is being run by the modern-day Three Stooges ; Bo, Blinky and Harry and they are still trying to define stimulus..."it's spending!!!" The congress passes the $800,000,000,000 (that's $800 billion) pork-loaded spending bill where the government gives you a smidgen of your tax dollars ($13 per week), making you feel so good about yourself [stimulated], that you want to run out to Wal-Mart and buy a new Chinese-made HDTV and go home and watch Telemundo! His 32 highly-paid czars have backgrounds that you as an individual would have absolutely nothing to do with. He gave them these positions to pay them for previous services rendered. Just like good-ole Chicago Dem politics. Only in America , what a country.... Pray for our country. Here's the good news though - Obama took Air Force One to Denver to sign the stimulus package, wasting as much as 10,000 gallons of fuel OR 24 JOBS FOR ONE YEAR. Don't you just love this hypocrite? Speaking of praying, Obama has now been president for seven months and yet he & wife (first lady) Michelle, the Christian family they claim to be, have not attended church since the inauguration. He must miss Reverend Wright! In these times 'I'll keep my God, my freedom, my gun and my money. Anyone that supports this insanity can keep "THE CHANGE".'
  • You are kidding right??? He is the worst in history so far.
  • I voted for him and so far he hasn't impressed me much. I'll give him more time before I give up on him.
  • Not by a long shot. But, to be fair, it's way too early to get a fair evaluation on him, President Bush 43, President Clinton, and even President Bush 41. Really have to wait for the present dust to settle for history to have a good look at facts and what really happened during their term. Not that you asked, but in my opinion, the worst US President was one Frankiln Pierce. The best -- and may always be the best -- one Stephen Grover Cleveland. Man, we could use a man like him again.
  • Of course not. 7 months into office is not nearly long enough to pass judgment on the man although plenty already have. But I doubt he'll be ranked the best even after his 2nd term. Hes got Washington, Lincoln, Jefferson, both Roosevelt's, and Clinton to contend with.
  • Well he's the best this century in the USA, I would put Yeltsin and Mandela ahead of him.
  • I think that it is a lot harder to see a good President straight away than a bad one. Who knows if he'll end up having had a watergate or clinton scandal. Only time will tell or when someone leaks secret documents. Plus, it'd be very hard to compete with people like George Washington and Abraham Lincoln!
  • No. But I'll give you my answer in 2012. And he's still a damned sight better than McSame and Failin Palin.
  • Not by a longshot.... Obama is just another politician in a long line of unremarkable presidents the US has had in the past several decades. He would be hard pressed to surpass men like FDR, TR, Washington, Jefferson, and so on.
  • I voted for him, but it's too early to say how good of a President he will be. So far, I think he has made 2 key strategic mistakes: 1) He has failed to understand the 'levers of power' in Washington. This has allowed the entrenched power structure to get its way even if its not what Obama or the American people want. 2) He failed to understand that the GOP/Right Wing Echo Chamber would scream "Fascist! Socialist! Muslim! Kenyan!" at him regardless of what he proposed. So, he should have 'gone big' instead of working at incremental reforms. I predict after managing the circumstances he inherited competently, if somewhat clumsily, he will go down in history as an adequate President.
  • You Obviously don't respect him enough to spell his name right lol
  • During these tough times he was a bad pick. So I would have to say no.

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