I Approve of his handling of the Wars.
I Disapprove of his handling of the Wars.
I Approve of his handling of the Economy.
I Disapprove of his handling of the Economy.
I Approve of his Foreign Policy.
I Disapprove of his Foreign Policy
I Approve of his Tax Policies.
I Disapprove of his Tax Policies.
I Approve of his managing of the Bureaucracy.
I Disapprove of his managing of the Bureaucracy.
I am actually astonished that so many people disapprove of his foreign policy, seeing as how President Obama ran on being a dramatic change from the Bush Administration.
It seems like most people agree that his managing of the Bureaucracy has been an absolute failure. I am curious how big of a deal people think this is. How important is the President's Role in managing the Bureaucracy that he serves as a functioning CEO over?
What effects do people perceive the federal bureaucracy as having in their lives?
There is nothing more dangerous to the liberty of Man than a Government or a Religion seizing upon the strings of an overdeveloped herd instinct amongst the people.
I'll have to withhold judgement of his tax policies until he actually has one. But I expect I will disapprove of it, based on his ideological views.
On the war issue- I think we should get out altogether.
On the economy- I think he is inept.
On his foreign policy- he's an apologist, and I have no respect for his approach.
On his bureaucracy management- there aren't many presidents who I think do a good job, so I can't blame a bureaucrat for being a bureaucrat.
"God is the name by which I designate all things which cross my path violently and recklessly, all things which alter my plans and intentions, and change the course of my life, for better or for worse."
-C G Jung
By your argument then, Bush and Cheney called everyone who disagreed with them anti-American Terrorist-lovers.
If you'll accept my premise, then yours can be true. Otherwise, you are giving nothing but spin.
Where is the oil platform as an issue? The administration handling of that is absolutely atrocious. All the administration has done is make the CG and BP jobs more difficult. If ADM Allen says BP is doing all it can, that is what he means. He has no hidden agenda. He'll be retiring soon. He sounded, the last time I heard him, like he was getting administration pressure instead of administration assistance. What a circlejerk.
If BP can't handle the entire load of the work there then the administration MUST fill in the gap by calling in other available resources like Navy ships, contracting fisherman, calling in materials from other countries, streamlining EPA obstructions to stopgap measures such as the sand banking Gov Jindel has proposed. None of that is happening and how long has this been going on?!!
Inexcusable! I'm just waiting for the narcissist in chief to try to point the finger at someone else as we all know he will.
Are you coming to bed?
I can't. This is important.
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