Barry ran for the position of president. He was not selected by a lottery. He knew what he was getting into and for him to constantly be blaming President Bush is childlike. Very childlike. President Bush didn't change lending restrictions so that banks were forced to lend money to unqualified people or be labeled "racist" and denied funds. The wheels of the lending crisis were in full motion well before he took office. In 2006, when the mortgage crisis was first being brought into the spotlight, it was democratic leadership (Frank, Rangle, Dodd and Pelosi) who said we had nothing to worry about. Were banks being greedy? Absolutely! Did anyone have to take the money? No. People are responsible for their own decisions but
Barry is in over his head. A six-foot man in ten feet of water, he acts as though being president of these United States is an inconvenience to his four year golf vacation at tax payer expense. His weakest quality is temperament (edging out integrity, honest, and maturity). I will give him a compliment though. He sure fooled a lot of people. Or maybe the people who voted for him are more accurately described by Rahm Emanuel. You decide.