There is no question that results don't matter to an Obama supporter as they never learn from history and make the same mistakes over and over again.
You are looking for anything to prop up the incompetent you support but reality just goes to show how economically challenged you are. Still waiting for an answer to the question I asked you but as usual you ran from it.
Thread after thread, post after post you are here supporting Obama. Please tell me what economic or foreign policy results have generated this support? What you and others continue to do is post support based upon feelings making this nothing more than an American Idol vote. Gruber defined people like you and really would like to understand your mindset and why such loyalty?
LOL....like I said....you are the most biased and delusional person on this site. You want to give Bush credit for things that other Presidents accomplished and you want to blame everyone else for things that occurred on his watch. I understand why. If you look at the actual result that you claim are so important to you....then the God/Myth that you have created and elevated your hero to would not exist. So you have to create these fictional scenarios in your mind....where 911 occurred on Clinton's watch, Bush responded by going after those who attacked us, captured and killed Bin Laden and then led the United States to economic Utopia, which he handed over to the next guy. It must be cozy living in your mind.
Women (Nasty or otherwise) are going to be the reason that Donald Trump is NEVER President!
Has the killing of Bin Laden made us safer? Has the peace been won in Iraq or Afghanistan? Name for me the Obama accomplishments that have made the economy stronger and the world safer?
Because if it is the later, you're wrong. I know this because that number gets tracked as the U6 unemployment rate. The unemployment rate which also counts individuals that are marginally attached (i.e. working part time, but would like to work more hours) and those who temporarily discouraged (i.e. wish to look again in the near future).
At the height of the recession, the U6 was at 17.1 in October-December of 2009, that rate currently sits at 10.8%.
U6 Unemployment Rate | Portal Seven