What one thing has disappointed you most about President Obama?
Hi, I am disappointed at him. I like what he is doing and we all hope for the smooth recovery of the economy, I heard the news today, Sept 2010, the taxation for the rich will be implemented again. In my own honest opinion I think he is doing his best. I can see that in his hair, getting greyer etc, stressful times, of course being a President, he needs to work hard etc. In the end, the gov't can only do so much.
I am disappointed that he wasn't more agressive in pushing his agenda. He tried too hard to bring the party of NO into the process and they didn't want to come.
I was most disappointed by the fact that he took such a strong position on health care (especially the public option) when campaigning, but then really backed off when it came time to deliver. I think it's great that he got some version of a health care bill passed, but I think he failed in not pushing harder and convincing more legislators to support his public option like he promised.
I am dissappointed that he's the Black Pinocchio President, put there by Wall Street.
He goes beyond "disappointment" into a whole new realm for me. I guess if I had to list just one thing it would be that he has turned out to be even far worse that I could have ever imagined even though I knew he would be bad for the country...far, far, far worse. WB
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