Obama Still Blaming Bush Too

by Ryan on January 9, 2010

in Economy,Election 2010,Health Care,Media Bias,Politics,War on Terror

Even the MSM is starting to notice how the Obama Administration’s continuing insistence on blaming Bush for all their political woes is getting ridiculous. We already know this is the 2010 Democrat political strategy for keeping their majorities in Congress.

In less than two weeks, the Obama Nation will officially celebrate its first anniversary, with not much to show for it:  10% unemployment lingers (for a month with tons of seasonal hiring we still lost 85,000 jobs), after scaring the American business environment with threats of Obama Care mandates, new taxes, and cap-and-trade no one feels safe to take a chance on hiring new workers nowadays, and incessantly threatening to prosecute members of our intelligence agency then throwing them under the bus when they act too slowly has weakened our national security and created institutional paralysis.

When I hear Obama blame Bush I’m reminded of a song from the South Park movie:  instead of “Blame Canada,” I hear “Blame Bush” and that reflects the sentiment from this White House — about as ridiculous as South Park, except this scapegoating is really happening.

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Mr. Blue January 9, 2010 at 11:01 pm

LOL, if the dems kept power in the white house until 2020, in the 2020 elections we’d see the president STILL blaming Bush.

Then again, I suppose the door swings both ways as I seem to be blaming FDR a lot lately ;)

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Ryan January 10, 2010 at 9:22 am

FDR and Wilson both need our ridicule, but remember that mostly until Dubya, the Dems blamed every little problem imaginable on Herbert Hoover, with our own history books contributing as well. They got traction off Hoover for 70 years! Their playbook is very old and predictable, but this time I don’t think they’ll get away with the scapegoating for too much longer.

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