It's Bush's fault that Scott Brown won

@laglen (19779)
United States
January 21, 2010 11:07am CST
When asked in an ABC interview what the people of Massachusetts were trying to say by their vote, Obama said people aren't just responding to the last year or two, they are responding to the last eight years. Seriously? Unbelievable! I have had it with him passing the buck on EVERYTHING. Let it go. Own your crap! Whats your opinion? How many more things can be Bush's fault? Bo has gas? The earthquake in Haiti? The storms in California? Missing children? My car broke down?
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@max1950 (2313)
• United States
21 Jan 10
And that's EXACTLY why he should have NEVER been elected into office.
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@laglen (19779)
• United States
22 Jan 10
so true so true. Lets fix this in November tie his hands. Thats all we can do.
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@missybal (4492)
• United States
21 Jan 10
Yeah I read that and all I could say was... huh??? Honestly though, how much more money are we going to dish out for our president to campaign for every election a democrat is loosing? This is getting silly, all this guy does is campaign. I have a tummy ache... it's Bush's fault!
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• United States
21 Jan 10
Oh you are so right! All Obama knows how to do is campaign. I can't believe we elected this clown after just two years in the Senate in which he governed the absolute minimum amount.
@clrumfelt (5439)
• United States
21 Jan 10
His arrogance astounds me.
@laglen (19779)
• United States
22 Jan 10
It would be great to watch if we didnt have to pay for it.....
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@Charl23 (41)
• United States
21 Jan 10
Well does he think come the November midterm elections voters are going to send the same message to Congress?
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• United States
21 Jan 10
Still using Bush as a whipping boy huh? Well I can think of a lot of things done in the past year that have people really mad. Obama is not looking at the big picture. That or he just does not want to take an honest look at congress. Yes he has a 50% approval rating.....but THIS congress has a 25% approval rating. People are ticked off at their immature behavior..their pandering to lobbyists, ignoring the public and closed door secret meetings... throwing money around we don't have, oh how about a lot of them not bothering to pay their taxes,and the general dirty dealings that are common place with them. And it is showing...in the polls. As long as congress keeps ticking of the majority of the people....than why be shocked when they get voted out?
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• Canada
22 Jan 10
He's a politician. What do you expect? John McCain probably would have passed the buck too, saying that George Bush wasn't republican enough, or something. All new leaders are going to blame something on the leader before them. That's what they do. It's called POLITICS. LOL
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