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I guess I'm the only one doesn't have a long term memory problem. The things Obama is blamed for ALL started well before his time. Two unfunded wars. Unregulated bankers and traders in search of ever increasing short term profits. Seems like the drunk driver who crashes the car and then trades places with the sober passenger. Oh, and let's not forget the outsourcing of middle-class jobs to any other country but here, leaving minimum wage/no benefit jobs. To be sure these problems were not all the fault of king george's regime, but they certainly are NOT solely the fault of President Obama. But there is no sense arguing with those who want so bad for it to be so that they will ignore the truth in order to live in the fantasy their party wants them to believe.

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