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Are those who question President Obama's action justified?

  1. platinumOwl4 profile image75
    platinumOwl4posted 7 years ago

    Are those who question  President Obama's action justified?

    Should the media openly question the President's actions?

  2. profile image48
    Diggin4Truthposted 7 years ago

    That is what a fair UN-BIASED media would do.

    Unfortunately, the big media does NOT do their job. Rather , they act as cheerleaders, attack dogs against anyone critical of the great "O", and hiding stories about the damage his policies and actions are doing.

  3. Wayne Brown profile image84
    Wayne Brownposted 7 years ago

    Absolutely. Obama rode into town promising "change" to those who voted for him. Change came in the way of 800 billion dollars in stimulus spending, an increase of $3 trillion dollars in the national debt, a botched oil spill, more government regulation, pandering to unions, squandered taxpayer dollars, a healthcare bill which is a disaster in the making, and the list goes on and on.  With the exception of Fox, his challengers in the media, who should be representing the free and independent press have been minimal at best...the guy gets a free ride. America votes to elect a leader...this man is devoid of anything that is representative of leadership as we know it.  Any damn fool can run a country into bankruptcy. We need something totally different and adorned with leadership ability to get us out of this ditch we drove into back in early 2008. WB

  4. DannyMaio profile image60
    DannyMaioposted 7 years ago

    yes and no, some are very justified in my eyes and some are flat out ridiculous. time will tell.

  5. CZCZCZ profile image84
    CZCZCZposted 7 years ago

    Of course the President can be questioned, however there always remains a respect for the office regardless of Democrat or Republican in the office.  Going beyond that level of respect has been the norm lately would be nice if things would change and bring a little civility to politics.

 
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