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  Are you satisfied with Obama´s job?  
  
YES
NO
32.62 %
67.38 %
number of Votes:
558
 
 From: ShortNews   05/30/2011 11:33 AM     
  At one time  
  
I supported Obama because he said all the right things:

´Change from Bush Policy´
´Get rid of the Patriot act´
´Restore our civil liberties´
´Get out of Iraq immediately´
´Talk to nations; don´t attack them´
´Most transparent government in History´


Later we found out he was a liar just like Bush was. He continued so many of Bush´s policies it was astounding he actually ran as a democrat in 2008.

I can´t trust these Bush-Obama liars. When you lie to us, how are we to know you´re going to keep any more of your promises?
 
  by: Questioning_Answers     05/30/2011 12:39 PM     
  @QA  
  
Thats what I said even before he was elected. I said that the policies would not even change one iota. Yet dems continued to drink the cool-aid. Then I said McCain would also be the same as Bush II and that got me even more sneers and snide remarks from the repubs. Seems like both sides have drank tons of cool-aid and the only thing they can remember is what happened less than 30 seconds ago. The masses seem to emulate goldfish in terms of memory retention.

It will be this same way with whoever of these so called parties put into office next "election". It will be yet another case of "Meet the new boss. Same as the old boss."
 
  by: slavefortheman     06/15/2011 06:25 PM     
  Yeah  
  
I didn´t even end up voting for him. I held out hope he would do some of the things he said, but he turned his back on everything which was imperative to our civil rights, ending war, and US economics.

It wasn´t like McCain was any better of a choice either. 2008 ended up being a a choice between sh*t and diarrhea. Take your pick.

Romney will also be the same as Obama, which may be why all the media megacorporations love covering Romney so much. He shouldn´t even be a republican the guy is so far left.

The only one I see any hope for is Ron Paul. He has almost 3 decades of voting the way he says he´ll vote. If Ron Paul isn´t president, then say goodbye to our rights, jobs, economy, and any hope that we end the wars.
 
  by: Questioning_Answers     06/16/2011 07:22 PM     
  Everybody vote "No"  
  
Me and a few others have been voting "No" at every opportunity. We´re trying to drive this down into the teens, just to make SN look like FreeRepublic or Redstate or something.

You, too, can join the fun!
 
  by: Ben_Reilly     06/20/2011 05:15 PM     
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