I'll agree that okie often omits relevant facts and occasionally leaves large gaps in arguments he puts forward. However, you (and I) do these things too, perhaps less often, but we do it too.
All of us here should admit that our posts on political forums are largely opinion, based upon our personal understanding of what is good and what the politicians have done in regard to what we think is the right way to go. Imposter regularly posts his opinion, rarely with any facts or even evidence from a link or something.
Of the points I posted about Obama, I think the unemployment is an undeniable fact of his presidency so far, and so is the generally poor economy. I admit to the fact that it is my opinion that Obama is not fully on board with free market policies, but surely most people astute in at least a beginning knowledge of Obama's record, along with his history and his appointments, would have to agree that my opinion is not at all unusual or unreasonable.
Regarding his poor leadership, even liberals are complaining that he has not taken the opportunity to do more, and we already know how we conservatives feel, so that is certainly a logical assertion on my part. And in regard to his health care legislation, it is a fact that close to 60% of likely voters want it repealed. If personal rights still mean anything in this country, I would think that 60% of voters should indicate how we feel as a country in regard to some of our most personal rights, which involve our own health care. I would call our own health very personal.
I mentioned his appointments. I can back that up. If imposter wants to argue that a guy that cheated on his tax return is a good appointment to head the Treasury, I frankly do not know how to argue with such nonsensical thinking, George. Additionally, it is documented fact that Obama has either attempted or he has appointed several people with Marxist beliefs and sympathies. If imposter thinks Marxists make good bureaucrats or appointees in an administration, I'm sorry, I cannot agree with such nonsensical thinking not yet seen in this country's history. I think the country can do better than that, and so can a president.
If any of this debate tells us anything, it should tell us that the American population is extremely uninformed or woefully ignorant of what the principles of this country is and should be.