So hows that hope and change...worst president ever that was elected on the backs of the unions and people voting for him due to his race. If he is reelected it will be the biggest mistake ever. I'm not saying we need a Republican I'm just saying we need some common sense fiscally conservative president. Obama is a radical and if any other president would of done anything he has they would of been ridiculed by the media. That's my two cents take it for what its worth.
I know that I'm not all that into the financial end of things, but my only complaint about Obama is that he probably did the same thing the Republicans would have done about the bail out and Libya. Certainly, he inherited the situation that created the need for the bail out and it was big business that was bailed out--and Republicans are all about big business. Also, Obama continued on the disastrous NCLB route, etc. However, I certainly don't share any of the above blogger's sentiments and would certainly prefer Obama to News Gingrich and probably any other Republican. I'm leaning toward Obama again. The only reason I'd vote against him is that I'm tired of my choice being the whipping boy--maybe it's time for someone else to play that role.
Funny how those on the Right say Obama got elected because of his race and then bitch and moan when the Left accuses them of being racist.Go Obama! Much rather have him than let's see... Newt, Palin, or that other batshit from Wisconsin, Bachman. What a choice.
How's all that change workin for ya? Higher unemployment, higher taxes, fiscal irresponsibility, not bringing home the troops from Iraq and Afghanistan....these are just SOME of the platforms that he stood on to get elected. If you think we will be better off in reelecting him, you are sorely mistaken. You can only blame Bush and the Republicans for so much. When does Obama start to accept responsibility for his lack of leadership?
The Republicans systematically destroyed America's economy for 8 years. President Bush was adding to the deficit on the way out of office. Then you have ignorant Americans who expected Obama to fix the problem overnight, while being set upon by Republicans, for every way he has been trying to help the American people. Not Kuwait, Not Iraq, Not Israel, but the American people. Israel is one of the most powerful countries in the world. They can fight their own battles. It's time to fight for the AMERICAN PEOPLE. And that is what President Obama has been doing! Marion
Marion, Seriously, OVERNIGHT? Obama has had TWO YEARS....again, some people REFUSE to accept responsibility, EVEN when he's the PRESIDENT....go figure.
So, if Obama gets reelected and in six years from now, things are no better....who should we blame? Bush? Remember who has controlled Congress for the past 6 years....Democrats.
Read all the comments above, and I find myself in the unenviable position of having to agree with a comment Ryan Spain made at the City Council meeting Tuesday night. This partisan thinking has got to end and we have to embrace a "culture of cooperation" if we are going to solve any of the economic problems we are facing. Some of us will be forced to live with a little less, some will be financially hurt, and some services will be lost. This will happen if a Republican is elected, this will happen if a Democrat is elected. It is not a partisan issue, but an American issue, and the blame for our current problems cannot be placed at the foot of any one particular party or person. So far, Obama is the only viable candidate I have seen. Show me a candidate who understands the problem and can help present actual solutions we can all live with and he or she will have my vote.
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