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It will be Oscar time soon. Should Obama receive a nomination?
How about “Best actor in a leading role” for his performance as President?
He is undoubtedly a talented salesman and actor, but other actors have to learn the script. He rarely has to. Instead he uses his teleprompter all the time.
What do you think?
He should be nominated as best supporting actor in last years hit "The Campaign" you remember the movie. George Soros was the star.
Obama played that moderate peaceful transparant image of the perfect candidate. He played a great role, so good his wife was even proud to be an American for the first time.. She was not acting.
Perhaps a more important question is, who are the producers of the Obama movie?
Now isn't that special!!!!
Of course he should get an Oscar. Could also be a dead ringer for Alfred E. Newman.
I respect the President and the people who voted for him as President of this country and I will not make fun of his position or HIM
certainly the lives of the people cant be just relegated to a person you think is only acting, if we are really concern and we agree that He is for example only acting, this is a serious concern and not just talk about it in a forum, thats my opinion
prettydarkhorse - This is, as you say, a very serious matter, and it is being talked about all over the Internet and in fact the world. People are beginning to wake up to who is really pulling the strings of Obama and other Presidents.
sometimes the Internet and media are too much, until and unless the senate and the congress will impeach HIM< I will stand by HIM,
prettydarkhorse He is the president and deserves to be treated with the respect that the office deserves. He will not be the first or the last president that was satirically and seriously criticized.
How about the thug Rahm (deadfish) Emanual its kind of hard not to make fun of the enforcer isn't it? He actually mails dead fish to his opponets.
This is distinctly a Filipino culture. Maita, you just waved high our flag of nationalism in that foreign land. "Respect for government officials". And besides you owe President Obama your keeps. Good you aren't intimidated at all! Go Go, Girl!
In my book, respect is not automatic because of a position or a uniform, and has to be earned. I respect honesty and integrity -I don't see much of that coming from the current occupant of the White House.
And for making fun of him, it was meant to be a serious question. He is a really great actor and very convincing in the role he is playing as President. He is a puppet of the real powers behind the curtain, and he executes the script that they give him to perfection, aided by his kind eyes and warm smile.
He even had me convinced that the he was the real thing until quite recently.
by marinealways248 years ago
All opinions respected. Who would win a debate between Obama and Limbaugh?
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by mhope3246 years ago
I want Brad Pitt to win, but everyone is saying this is George Clooney's year, but it would of been nice to see Ryan Gosling nominated.
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by Harvey Stelman8 years ago
Why not; didn't he win a Nobel Prize for what he was going to do?
by Holle Abee5 years ago
didn't think it was fair that the POTUS couldn't use his teleprompter during the debate:http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/ … bates.htmlIn fairness, a couple felt that BOTH men should be able to use...
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