Obama is posioning to America.
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I have made the same argument over and over again with you people. The Senate and Congress are also at fault for ruining our country. It is not solely the current President's fault. Also, the American Military are not the ones responsible for the current crisis taking place in the Middle East. It is caused by The Soviet Union allowing those countries to leave from their control with such weak and poorly organized governments. Said governments paved the way for extremists and dictators to gain power relatively easily.
2. " Now he is trying to force his reCockulous immigration policies on us as well"
He's not forcing anything on anyone. He's giving people who are already here and have no felonies a chance at life outside of crime. Of which is completely within his elected power.
During the time when we (me and my brothers sisters) were fighting two fronts Iraq and Afghanistan his hard cuts on military spending resulted in troop reduction and increased an already deployment high frequency.
Military presence there was the only thing stopping the current ISIS problem. I have spoken personal to many different Iraqi citizens during the nearly 3 and a half years I was there. They all invariable told me when asked "if that we were to leave before they are ready".
His exec order on immigration, will have to be later. I'm no room.
Let's talk about America's real problems, as you seem to wholeheartedly believe they all stem from Obama.
1. As it stands now, we're $18,019,147,853,000 in debt and counting (http://www.usdebtclock.org...#).
And who caused this, you ask with a sceptical face?
Random Citizen: OBAMA!
Yama: No, random citizen. Every country accrues debt overtime, but the politicians (not only Obama) do not continuously raise the debt ceiling. Of which allows us the accrue more debt, and involves raising the cieling over and over again. On note of the war effort, it alone contributes $594,903,282,000 to the total by itself. The war on terror has caused that amount to rapidly increase, from it's original amount of $137,000,000,000 in 1980.
2. The wealth gap continously growing.
In short, the economy is getting better. But the benefits are still being felt more by the minority whom consolidate our weath, than buy the minority who need money.
Instead, I present you a question and a request. Can a country that does not accept it's problems, but blames them all on one man ever survive?
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