*Lose the war in Afghanistan or lose in Iraq?
*Have the economy grow worse?
*Have major banks or businesses fail?
*Fail to cut health care costs?
*Fail to eventually balance the federal budget?
*Fail at efforts to make Washington less partisan?
*Fail at foreign policy, have Iran develop the atom bomb?
*Fail at improving relations with Russia, and fail at cutting the arms threat?
*Fail at challenging North Korea to behave responsively and not test new nuclear capable missiles that could reach the U.S.?
*Fail to limit the influence of lobbyists in Washington?
*Fail at allowing stem cell research to find cures for serious illnesses and injuries?
*Fail at eventually controlling pork spending attachments in serious legislation?
*Fail at efforts to rebuild the American middle class?
The fact of the matter is that Mr. Limbaugh is once again really vague on details. The reason probably is because he lacks substance on the issues. In just his late January inauguration, President Obama has proven efforts to address so many issues that some have even suggested that many he should only address one or two issues like most presidents have done. Yet being president is far more complex these days, and issues far more complex. Maybe this concept is way over the head of Rush Limbaugh who wishes failure for his own nation.
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