Sorry we're still living with the results from Bush's 8 years in office twice that of Obama .
Obviously. But you've never cited anything specific that Bush did (or failed to do) that caused the 2008 crisis and subsequent recession.
So Bush doesn't get an off the hook card just because he's not president anymore.
I agree, though the difference is I'm interested in looking at what he actually did. For example, Bush pushed for and got the Medicare prescription drug benefit. That has cost X amount of money, and will continue to. If you want to look at those costs and put them on Bush, fine. If you want to point to the fact that Bush allowed domestic spending to increase too rapidly, that's fine too. And if we're going to fault Bush at this point, we also have to give him credit where it is due. For example, much of the intelligence that led to getting bin Laden was the result of Bush administration actions. This includes building a more robust intelligence capability, interrogation, etc.
You can wait all you want. I've provided reasons for my claim. You just don't like them ( maybe it's your amygdala ).
Untrue. You've provided some cherry picked national polls as well as a then-current battleground state electoral map. That does not a case make. On the other hand, I've posted historical data and more in-depth current data (polling, economy, etc) and followed it to its obvious conclusions. That data shows Obama losing unless the economy improves dramatically in the next 6 months. Additionally, my opinion is that a major geopolitical event (war, large scale terrorist attack, etc) would possibly change that historically supported most likely scenario. Now, please show me how I'm wrong.
I'm sure anyone who has had an opposing viewpoint to yours can testify that you ignore any evidence you don't like.
Objection...speculation! ;) In all seriousness, I'll be happy to look at any data you have that shows I'm wrong. If you have some data showing what great shape Obama is in compared to past elections/economic stats (etc), let's see it and discuss it.