Well, say it three times fast.
We at The Reform Club occasionally promote worthy riffs from our commenters to the main board, and in this case, I'd like to promote our own Jay D. Homnick's complaints about our current White House Occupant to give 'em their own air:
1) Blew the relationship with Senator Jeffords and cost the Republicans a Senate majority for two years.
2) Left the same stupid wet-foot Cuba policy where refugees are repatriated if they don't make it to shore.
3) Has completely ignored the immigration problem; in fact, he has actually made the border patrols weaker. This is bad government and bad politics, not to mention dangerous.
4) Has continued a completely hypocritical policy of saying that the U.S. must never negotiate with terrorists while insisting that Israel must kowtow to terrorists and accede to their demands.
5) Has shown an almost comical level of disengagement from, if not downright ignorance of, the political situation in South and Central America, which is becoming more dangerous to the United States with each passing day.
6) Has not really made a move (not that Clinton did either) to limit our dependency on oil or to improve the terms under which we acquire it.
7) Has not had the courage to fight environmentalists over their stranglehold on the building of new oil refineries.
8) Has not figured out approaches to getting the middle-of-the-road person in America to see him as a "uniter, not a divider".
I'll add not vetoing anything, like the heinous McCain-Feingold, and after drilling in ANWR was scotched, not figuring out how to make fuel out of caribou. Additions encouraged. (For maximum effect, keep 'em Homnick-short.)