Talk:Deadbeat President

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Speedy?

I'm afraid it's not clear to me how this article qualifies for speedy deletion. Anyone care to elaborate? Jcw 15:43, 5 August 2011 (EDT)

Obama's has signed the law he threatened to veto, and the editor who created this article has been active elsewhere (requesting expanded user rights) but has done nothing to update, expand, improve maintain, or correct the error he put into this page. Looks like parody, to me. Rob Smith 16:05, 5 August 2011 (EDT)
Ah, I see. I quick scan of his recent edits doesn't exactly scream 'parodist', but I'm sure you've done your research before making such a serious charge. Thanks for the explanation. Jcw 16:32, 5 August 2011 (EDT)
On further study, I'm inclined to agree with you. I've notified the editor out of courtesy; hopefully he'll explain himself. Jcw 16:53, 5 August 2011 (EDT)

Obama acted like a deadbeat, and many people see him as such. It's extremely convenient after Boehner forced Obama to pay his bills without raising taxes that now some here want to throw our disgust down the memory hole. Huff Post put out an article calling the congressional Republicans deadbeats, conveniently forgetting the fact that Obama and the congressional Democrats went on a trillion dollar spending binge at the beginning of his term. However, rob Smith wants us conservatives to fight with one hand behind our backs. I have called Mr. Smith out for his profane Parthian shot and this may be why he now libels me as a parodist. No parodist would be willing to go toe to toe and defend conservative principles, regardless of popularity. Personal remark removed I'll discuss the article, but I'll also respond to any baseless and libelous personal attack. HP 19:23, 5 August 2011 (EDT)

I will expand this article over the weekend to justify why Obama and other foreign heads of state may be considered deadbeats. HP 19:28, 5 August 2011 (EDT)

Expansion

If this stub is expanded, there needs to be specific people (the more well-known, the better) listed who have called him this, complete with cites. Just saying "many people" or "everyone" isn't enough. --SharonW 15:16, 6 August 2011 (EDT)

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