What do you think of Barack Obama?
Can Obama change the world?
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Trying too hard to please everyone instead of just being in charge. He has the authority to do what he thinks is right - so do it - and let the chips fall where they may. Indecision, and waiting for bipartisan support is simply a way of trying to spread the blame if things don't work.
I like Barack Obama and I think he has tremendous ideas, but we didn't elect Jesus. It took George Bush a good eight years to f-up the country and Barack Obama is not going to undo it in eight months. My observation is that in an effort to be bi-partisan, the opposition and members of his own party are framing him as weak. This is the same thing that happened to Jimmy Carter and initially to Bill Clinton. I believe that in order to get his agenda through he is going to need to drop the hammer on a few people. I also think that those of us who rallied him into the White House need to step up and continue our activism.
I think he will do the best he can as president and my i remind that it takes the white house and congress to make things happen and for to long to me congress acts to childish to do anything good you have democrates and republicians fighting one another but Barak Obama is trying to stop this and bring this country back to what it was
by Savva Pelou 7 years ago
What do people think of Barack Obama now?As a Londoner, I do not have much of a say into America's presidents as an American Citizen. However, from across the pond, my view is that he is a great guy!
by Susan Reid 6 years ago
I'm realizing I really don't.Back story on this thread:I receive fundraising emails from the Obama campaign all the time.Not long ago, they offered an opportunity to meet Barack Obama and George Clooney. I thought to myself ... "Wow. I would kill (not literally) to meet George...
by AnnCee 8 years ago
McCartney's tears for ObamaSir Paul McCartney fought back tears as he and Stevie Wonder sang Ebony And Ivory for U.S. president, Barack Obama - because he was so proud to be performing for the country's first black leader.The Beatles star was honoured at the White House earlier this month,...
by AnnCee 7 years ago
Hawaii won't release Obama birth infoJanuary 22, 2011 1:49 AMTHE ASSOCIATED PRESSHONOLULU Democratic Gov. Neil Abercrombie will end his quest to prove President Barack Obama was born in Hawaii because it's against state law to release private documents, his office said Friday.State Attorney...
by Jack Lee 5 months ago
The latest revelations has demonstrated where the problem originated. It started with Obama and his appointments of Comey as FBI director and Loretta Lynch as Attorney General. All the subsequent events, starting with the Hillary email server, and ending with the Trump election...All points to...
by ronny2005 4 years ago
What is Barack Obama famous for?How popular is he now in USA?
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