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Jan 1, 2012
  • Updated the secrecy section folding in information from an EFF review on Obama's dismal secrecy record and suggesting that the history of the State Secrets Doctrine, which is rooted not in security concerns but in a coverup of negligence, shows that secrecy is often about hiding mistakes, thus making Obama's the most mistake ridden presidency ever.
  • Corrected redundancy typo on summary page for the secrecy entry.
  • Started keeping track of changes to this website.
  • Added a request for help in developing content.
  • Changed the index.html headline from "Obama v. Bush: What Changed, Who Was Worse" to its current state to prevent any confusion that I think Bush was a good president -- he was in his time, the worst president ever. The fact that Obama is, astoundingly, even worse than Bush is the point of this site. This is not mean as an endorsement of Bush, but rather, a condemnation of Obama by using Bush as a foil.
  • Added a section as response to some of the laughable achievements various pro-Obama sites list.
Jan 15, 2012
  • Updated and expanded the Unlawful Detention section.
  • Updated front page scorecard, altering the "no change" score for unlawful detention to "worse" in light of the indefinite detention bill.
  • Reversed the first two sentences in the opening paragraph of index.html.
Jan 24, 2012
  • Added items to the critiques of Obama's supposed accomplishments.
  • Which lead to updating Obama's abysmal record with whistleblowers and torture.
  • Got rid of the dashed line around blockquotes because it was visually distracting.
Feb 5, 2012
Feb 21, 2012
  • Modified the introductory text of index.html to be less offensive in order to not scare off Obama supporters instantly at the suggestion of a like minded reader. Thank you for the good idea. The previous text read:
    After nearly three years in office, it is reasonable to evaluate that claim objectively. The truth is, "Change You Can Believe In" was nothing but a deeply ironic marketing ploy. Sadly, as the table below demonstrates, Obama has proven himself to be nothing but a neocon. Obama brought us change, but it was a strengthening of the Bush/Cheney presidential abuses and as a result, we are worse off in any measurement important to liberals: civil liberties, peace, economic equality, or the environment.
    A portion of this text has been moved to the bottom of the page, updated to reflect its position in the document ("table below" changed to "as demonstrated above") along with Obama's scorecard.
May 9, 2012
  • Added a section on gay marriage.
  • Updated the score from a total of 21 items to 22 items, increased Obama's score on the "better than Bush" scale from one to two.

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Updated May 9, 2012