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Obama -- The President America Needs Now


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Fox News:

History books will celebrate Barack Obama as one of the greatest American presidents of all time. If we’re smart, we’ll start celebrating him more now.

President Obama created at least 800,000 jobs and as many as 2.4 million new jobs through emergency economic stimulus, according to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office. Perhaps more importantly, faced with an economic crisis of extraordinary proportions --- brought on by failed policies under Republican leadership --- President Obama put the breaks on recession and started the slow climb to recovery. According to a survey of 50 independent economists conducted by USA Today, without the actions taken by President Obama, the unemployment rate would be even higher than it is now and a dire situation would be much, much worse.

But that’s not all. In addition to stopping a bad short-term recession from becoming a full-blown depression, President Obama has paved the way to a better future for all of us in the long-term. Thanks to President Obama, 32 million previously-uninsured Americans now have health insurance and all of us can stop worrying about being denied coverage because of pre-existing conditions.

If your children do well a few decades from now, they’ll thank President Obama -- for rescuing our economy, investing in 21st century jobs and infrastructure, reigning in Wall Street abuse, making health care affordable, strengthening education and making sure that if you work hard to make America succeed, you will share a piece of that success.

History will thank President Obama. Approaching the second anniversary of his election, we should all be thanking him now.

Sally Kohn is the Founder and Chief Education Officer of the Movement Vision Lab, a grassroots popular education organization.

Lord love a duck, she is crazy.
h/t John
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She forgets the millions of Obama kool-aid overdose victims, that will be brain dead without a messiah.


Where will we house them? Can we allow them to spawn?


Basket weaving may be an industry then, because of them.........should we be looking to develop markets for baskets now?


People like Sally, always leave more questions than answers.



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