Forget the Rhetoric & Class Warfare … Take a Look at Obama By the Numbers

 

America, how’s that “Hopey, Changey” stuff working out for you?

Forget the Obama rhetoric, forget the Obama class warfare, forget the constant name calling and blame that Obama and his minions target the GOP and Tea Party with … From the Ace of Spades, just take a good look at Barack Obama through the numbers.  We all the that the present state of affairs of the economy is terrible and Obama has been an epic failure as president; however, when you just take a good look at the actual numbers under Barack Obama … its worse than you even imagined.

Check out the numbers that include poverty rate, unemployment, inflation, health insurance premiums, food stamp usage, average housing prices, national debt, deficit, etc. Are you better off under President Barack Obama? The numbers do not lie, although he might. Remember the numbers in 2012!



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    2 Responses to “Forget the Rhetoric & Class Warfare … Take a Look at Obama By the Numbers”

    1. NGBoston on October 3rd, 2011 7:04 pm

      Here’s the truly scary thing.

      When one looks at Obama ONLY and STRICTLY by the NUMBERS….it is absolutely mind-blowing the portrait it paints.

      “Real” numbers do not lie. Ever. So for what it is worth….the answer really is in those staggering numbers.

    2. Colleen on October 4th, 2011 10:00 am

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