But y0ur idea that present congress and the president should not be able to pass laws that that impose conditions on future administrations and congress that they are not willing to impose on themselves isn't the way our country's political system works.
Enslaving yourself to previously written words on a mangy piece of paper instead of creating new ideas, better ideas that can shape this world and this community as it should be sounds counter-intuitive.
What seems to be some positives about our economy after the Great Recession, Obama's performance rating is a higher negative score. Even after seeing job increases, and the stock market growing at a good pace.
What seems troubling to most is the fact that wages and salaries have remained stagnant, losing some 5% buying power since 2009, and the new jobs are paying less than before the Great Recession.
Many credit the Federal Reserve for our improving economy by keeping interest rates low.
Why do you think Obama gets such a bad rap when he saved our economy from the Great Recession which many economists believe would have gotten
our country into another Great Depression without his actions?
I think you provided a partial answer to you question in the second paragraph above. This has been the slowest recovery from a major recession we have seen in many decades.
Eurozone growth grinds to a halt as German economy shrinks - as it happened