See how the media spin works …
Isn’t it magical how “there isn’t much a President can do about it” … well except for Bush. Then the media will tell you how Cheney can rig gas prices. Goit it?
It’s obviously all media lies.
What do you think about $4 a gallon gas? Don’t you wish Bush was back? And the media did a decent job about hammering Bush. Over oil prices, but Bush really did nothing as well.
We have one third of the world’s fossil fuel. DId you know that coal can be converted to gasoline and diesel? What do you think NAZI Germany did in WWII … Look it up.
We don’t have a media anymore, we have collaborators.
Gas was $1.70 when Obama was sworn in. Yesterday I had to pay 37 dollars to buy a full tank for my hurricane emergency. It was 3.79 for regular. I noticed how bad it was … And yes I know Obama has shut down drilling in the Gulf, while at the same time talking about releasing oil from our emergency reserves.
Obama’s campaigning for the moron votes.
Nothing Obama can do. Won’t build the Keystone pipeline, to bring Canadian oil to our gulf coast refineries.
Joyless slog. Low blows, lower turnouts and low expectations: Four years after he was swept to victory, how Obama’s election campaign is a joyless slog…
People are not listening to him, anymore. Four years of damage will do that to you. The contrast between 2008 and now is stark, easy to see. His dismal record cannot be campaigned on. He cannot even tell you what he plans to do in the next 4 years. What are his plans. Has anyone heard this, what is his second term agenda.
Why is that? Every thing is a distraction, not truth. Someone tell me what is Obama second term agenda????
Make no mistake, Obama knows exactly what he wants to do to America, and dares not tell anybody what that is. Did you see the mistake with Putin’s stand in? Remember this? Why doesn’t he tell America what the plan is? Isn’t it worth campaigning on? Or is it what he plans to do to America.
Obama’s entire campaign is all about “what a bad guy Romney is” … And that is the basis he sees for reelection.Toby Harnden of the UK Daily Mail … The joyless slog
Barack Obama was swept to the White House in 2008 by a wave of idealism and inspirational campaigning in which he encapsulated the mood of the nation with his slogans of ‘Hope’, ‘Change’ and ‘Yes we can’.
Then, his message was a fundamentally positive one. Americans wanted an end to the Bush era but that almost went without saying. Obama pointed to his own vision of the country; a post-partisan, post-racial America in which gridlock in Washington was ended and common-sense centrist solutions were adopted.
What a difference four years makes. Obama is campaigning ferociously for a second term – and he is a candidate who would have probably have been disdained by the Obama of 2008.