If you were able to say one thing to President Obama, what would you say?
What about the latest drown attack in pakistan, killing innocent 44 tribesman those who are meet up to get rid AL-Qaeda?
"Mr. President, while I respect you as a man, I do not like your performance as President of the United States, thus far. If things don't change, not only will you lose my vote, but you will lose the vote of many others who thought you were issuing in positive change."
Mr. President, can you provide Constitutional grounds for any of your movements to increase the size and scope of the federal government?
Don't put your hands on African situation .African problem should solve by africans.
We are good at taking care of business in other places. Now it's time to focus more on taking care of our own country. We have allies whose countries are in far better shape than ours. Let's rely on them more. It's ok to need and ask for help, to admit what we're doing isn't good enough.
I would say "dude don't take your name so literally. O bomb a who's sane. There is no need to be making other countries uncomfortable on where we stand. I don't want no drama (as do most Americans) and neither should you. Internal affairs means within themselves. Let them deal it with yo. There's no need to bring us into it. You're "effing" up our reputation. You can not say you are going to bomb their country for a "few days" then turn around and support them. That doesn't make any sense. You are the leader of the USA so show your leadership here and not try to control other countries. Quite frankly, everything you have said has been a complete contradiction and I'm very disappointed. I would like a very detailed explanation as to why you would go in with bombing a country that has absolutely no relevance to our country that you are running instead of spending more time and efforts into the Japanese that just experienced their worst natural disaster in history. In my eyes you are not a true humanitarian. You are only a giant bowl of "oh shit" that is about to be mixed up and thus the beginnings of the worst. Thank you for your time and I am voting for Charles Barkley next year."
Step up and be a leader,listen to what the people need and STOP playing politics with Congress.
"Good on you, don't listen to the whingers. Oh right, you don't. Keep up the good work."
Pack your bags. You're being evicted. And make sure you take your mother-in-law with you.
I would tell him to watch "Zeitgeist: The Obama Deception, The Men Behind the Curtain". It's easily available on You-tube or by doing a quick Google search.
I would tell him how disappointed I am that he is not willing to prove to the American public that he is indeed a citizen of the USA by birth. I find it appalling that a man could run for this high office without having to prove it...a flaw in our system. I would point out to him that almost every action he takes undermines his credibiilty as President with the majority of the American public...there a laundry list of examples...the stimulus bill, healthcare reform, Arizona litigation, failure to secure the southern border, job suppression, offshore drilling, playing to unions, buying votes with taxpayer funds, lack of a future energy plan, using the justice department to reach out to Muslims, the budget, the deficit, the national debt, poor leadership in general, detachment, the inability to build consensus, inserting himself into situations not requiring his presence or his comments, his long list of coincidental socialist and communist friends, his desire to invest American taxpayer money into Brazilian oil fields...and the list just keeps building. We are in a four year period in this nation in which we are devoid of leadership, devoid of proper vision, and on a fast road to a socialist society. WB
Thank you Mr. President for making our country worse than it was in the last decade. You have no idea what you are doing, you can't make a decision, you don't help other countries in need, let alone ours. Oh and I believe that you are not a legal citizen of this country. You could possibly even be a terrorist. These are my opinions. Thanks for making way for our new President Sarah Palin!
I would say a lot of polite things if I ever met him. I'd ask about his family. But if I ever petitioned him about anything, I would say "Please stand up to the military."
president of America................plz keep the world peacefur.....u & ur previous fellows make us worried...we hate imperialism...............
I WOULD SAY MR PRESIDENT WE ARE STRONGLY BEHIND YOU SIR, KEEP UP YOUR GOOD WORKS.
I would tell him to make the Federal Reserve an actual thing run by the US government instead of a privately owned place. We are indebted to a bunch of rich suits that run the show. Mr. Puppetdent, I know you try, but until we actually make our government the system of checks and balances that it is supposed to be, I think that we will continue to be one of the worst led countries ever.
by marinealways24 9 years ago
All opinions respected. Who would win a debate between Obama and Limbaugh?
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