How Much Is Too Much?

 

I don’t begrudge any President down time. I know it’s a gruelling job that occupies almost every waking moment. But.

Obama spent nearly four years trying to convince the public that he not only was qualified for the job, but that he actually wanted it. And enough people bought into his hope and change to give it to him.

So honestly, I think this really is a bit much.

I’m just sayin’.

Stoutcat

10 Responses to How Much Is Too Much?

  1. SBenard says:

    While Nerobama plays, America’s Rome burns. I wonder if he took Michelle “let them eat cake” Antoinette on all those holidays!

  2. djt9000 says:

    Thanks for the timeline.

  3. savingamerica2 says:

    On the other hand, if we could them ALL to go on vacation until 2012 i’d be thrilled too.
    It’s an amazing display of hubris in the face of America’s economy. 4 vacations in 5 weeks (with all the added perks in between) while America is 13 trillion, or 44,000 dollars for every citizen , in debt is just inexcusable.

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  7. SocialAnswers says:

    What he’s doing is actually very strategic in relation to the visual identity he’s been trying to built all these years, one that is close to the people and one that implies that one of us, is out there, trying to change the world for the rest of us.

  8. superpaulia says:

    What do you think people in the USA would say if Scottish polititions tried to interefere in their legal system to try to attempt to win votes in mid term elections?

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