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How to Fail | August 4, 2014

In academia, there are two ways to fail a class. You could blow a major test or skip a large assignment. The other way is to consistently do failing work. Educators tend to believe the latter is more likely. If students failed because of one really bad grade, it would put the concept of education into question. However, if you do enough failing work, it indicates you do not have a grasp of the material.

Impeachment works the other way. In the few times it has been brought up in the government, it is due to “high crimes” that are so egregious that they seem to demand action. It is pretty to argue Obama has done that. What’s even easier to argue is that Obama has consistently failed at almost everything and is incapable of the job that he only seems capable of campaigning for.

Lately, I’ve looked at current events and have found that the news is mostly the same and all bad. Much of it is due to either mismanagement or ignorance by this administration. I can go around and around on these topics, but one thing is clear. Of all the offenses of the president, the greatest is the total inability to do anything right.

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2 Comments

  1. Of all the offenses of the president, the greatest is the total inability to do anything right.

    Amen, brother 15.

    Comment by Mary — August 4, 2014 @ 11:39 pm

    • Unless one thinks, as I and millions more do, that he’s detroying th USA on purpose. Then he’s very effective.

      Comment by Mary — August 4, 2014 @ 11:41 pm


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