I Wholeheartedly Agree With Harry Reid on This

Posted on January 23, 2013 4:00 pm

During an interview, Harry Reid said that President Obama accomplished more in his first two years than FDR did in his four terms.

Absolutely. FDR didn’t even bow to one single foreign leader that whole time.

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7 Responses to “I Wholeheartedly Agree With Harry Reid on This”

  1. DonMegel says:

    Supporting the leader has its limits, at some point we have to start lumping them into Obama’s fold of reckless failure.

  2. Writer says:

    That is why he has ordered a new bus with thirty-six inches of ground clearance-to keep mowing them down in his second term.

  3. Son of Bob says:

    Unfortunately, none of his “accomplishments” fell within his Constitutional powers.

  4. Carpenter says:

    True. Obama has accomplished more than FDR ever dreamed of doing!

    OK now everyone knows that FDR was friendly with Joseph Stalin. They needed Stalin to fight Hitler. And FDR was ‘rumored’ to have Soviet Spies on his payroll in the Whitehouse. Of course you can’t actually prove that FDR approved of Communism. Nor can anyone prove that FDR knew of Communist spies in his administration.

    Obama on the other hand openly hired Communists. He came from a family of Communists. He was born in a Communist Country. He brazenly preaches his own brand of Communism (Obammunism) from his Pulpit in DC and he is friendly with the American Communist Party.

    The DemocRats. They have come a long way baby!

  5. NoMoBama says:

    How could anyone claiming to be any kind of “reporter” not say….LIKE WHAT????

  6. Writer says:

    It is terribly unfortunate that none of his changes were for the better. Or, was it planned that way?

  7. Vaktatunnen says:

    FDR won a war on two fronts and Obama lost two wars on one front. So he’s got that going for him, which is nice.

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