Do you think that the 52% majority that voted in this president was hoping for this kind of change?
Did people really want a takover of the car companies? The bailout of the banks? A stimulus package that has shown absolutely zero results? A socialized medical industry? Bowing to foreign leaders? Apologizing for America? Leading the UN security council while being the president of a sovereign nation, how many masters can you serve? Really how is that hope and change working out for you?
I voted for Obama only because the alternate choice was a slavering imbecile who can't even keep track of how many homes he owns. Had there been a bowl of green jello available for the position, then I would have voted for it. The jello wouldn't have burdened this country for the next ten generations under crushing debt and otherwise sacrificed our future by greenlighting billions in free money to AIG et al.
I hope that this was not the change that they were expecting. Being from Chicago, I was very aware of Obama's Leftist/Progressive agenda, while many didn't. I have nothing against that, if that is what a person trully believes. But my biggest problem with Obama now is the out of control spending.
I doubt that the 52% in question realized that our dollar was going to end up worth only "change," thanks in part to Washington's misguided bailouts and wanton spending sprees.
Spending that was initiated by the past president has expanded under this one, showing an increased spending "change" that many did not expect.
by sonfollowers 5 years ago
What are your top 3 reasons that you personally voted for President Obama?What are your top 3 reasons that you voted for President Obama? What do you expect to gain from his second term?
by Kathleen Cochran 20 months ago
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by Sweetsusieg 6 years ago
When you write are you secretly hoping to change the world? Or a least a small portion of it?Writers tend to see the world in a different light, I'm just wondering how many would hope to change the world with their words, if they could.
by bahersadek 7 years ago
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by Harvey Stelman 7 years ago
This is the fourth time I'm asking this. It seems like more are sorry, especially the ones with no job.
by Harvey Stelman 8 years ago
With the quick falling of The President's poll's, it is evident many have changed their minds. Jump in pro or con.
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