Ninja, I was a Bernie guy. We've been through this. And that's because he's an Independent who most closely mirrors my beliefs and has the closest ideas to fix this country's problems to mine. He deliberately ran as a Dem, to get the national platform and FORCE Hillary and her crowd to lean their platform his way. If anybody "decimated" the Dem Party, it wasn't Obama.
You must really think I AM stupid, don'tcha? Because I seem to recall then-House Speaker John Boehner and Mitch McConnell (Reps!) vow to eachother and their colleagues "Let's make Obama a one term President." Remember? Is it all coming back to ya now? For any casually interested patriot, it's clear as day that the Republican strategy during Obama's presidency was to make SURE federal governing was failing, by obstructing any and all ideas, good or bad. They stomped their heels in the ground, dragging their feet. Even when a policy or petition BENEFITED the American people. Then they'd turn around and tell Americans "See? Your government's failing you. It's THEIR fault!" If you followed any Capitol Hill coverage, that's the gist of any given story I read.
No, ninja. Your problem is that I'm NOT stupid. I know what the GOP's ultimate goal is; to divide and conquer, using every tactic they can think of, to accomplish this. They want to drive man to the edge of extinction by denying scientifically confirmed climate change. They want to continue to dump avalanches of cash on the MIC, when even the Defense Department's saying WE DON'T NEED ANY MORE. JUST WAKE US WHEN YOU MAKE ANOTHER MAJOR ADVANCE IN DEFENSE TECH. They want to "privatize" Social Security, which is basically saying "We want to sell you your share of SS income, pennies on the dollar, then wish ya luck." They want to fire more teachers, close more schools, and open more prisons. They want to undo every good thing that WAS beneficial to America, just to spite Obama.
I know, with no argument, that Obama made some mistakes. And those mistakes angered me, as well. But he was by far..BY FAR a better President than Dubya. And was the heads and shoulders above McCain and Romney for the Office of the President. He was the better man, and that's why...WHY he won. All I hear from you is typical rhetoric from somebody who lives in their thought bubble, subscribed to every alt-right media source they could get their hands on, and wouldn't accept reality if it stood right in their face. And that's really sad.