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Wednesday, 13 January 2016

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"Inventing “material thinner than paper but stronger than steel” (2014)"

Correct me if I am wrong but does not graphene fulfil that pledge. However attributing that to Obama would be stretching it a bit.

I think the best is yet to come! It is tradional for retiring US presidents to step down and keep their mouths shut. Can you imagine Obama managing this?

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BOE, that used to be the tradition, but Democrats since Jimmy Carter haven't been able to. It's Lefty nature is guess. Personally I was hoping the lying red liberal bastard would be overcome with Nixon like integrity--apologize and resign. Imagine my disappointment.

BOE - Nice sarcasm. The loathsome Obama is no respecter of tradition or convention, not even the one about mostly telling the truth, respecting the constitution or acting in the best interest of (broadly defined) Americans.

But you know that and are asking a rhetorical question.

Whether the best is yet to come - I fear that we might be in for even worse - I can't see a single dog in this fight that inspires optimism that they would be less disastrous than O'bama. I seem to remember you don't dislike Trump and he certainly has the virtue of breaking the mould of apparatchiks - however I think notwithstanding his comments re Muslims in which he was undoubtedly articulating the views of many - his economic policies would be no better than O'bama, and as a confrontational so & so he'd not have a chance actually to improve anything even if he had some good policy ideas (and he's probably smart enough to surround himself with good advisors). As for the dems they are an unmitigated shower god help us all if Billary gets back in the WH...

If I was an American i would think that a president who built a bloody great wall and deported all illegal migrants would be a good idea, even if his economic ideas were as crap as those of Obama.

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