obama, four more years or not

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obama, four more years or not

big b big b
can we take four more years.
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four more year
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fire him
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Total votes: 78 (75 voters)
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10/01/2011
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momma22js momma22js
One Term President!!!
10/01/2011
wetone123 wetone123
Fire them all!

Although it really doesn't matter. I say this because the next one will be on the Corporations and Federal Reserves puppet strings as well.

YES, living, breathing dummies with the elites hand up their ass, moving their mouths and making them talk!
10/01/2011
Peggi Peggi
I might actually immigrate to another country if he is re-elected. I can't handle another 4. I could barely handle this 4.
10/01/2011
Ghost Ghost
I voted both because it doesn't matter either way. Whoever is elected will suck.
10/02/2011
Starkiller87 Starkiller87
I agree either way it is going to suck. But I dont blame Obama for it. People act like he could snap his fingers and things would get better. It is gonna take years for our country to get better no matter who is in charge because we were left in such a shit hole.

Thanks to Obama I have insurance again when I needed it most. Other things hes done that arent so bad; expanded hate crimes to cover sexual orientation, moved most of the war out of Iraq where it didnt belong, and improved relations with a lot of countries. And a lot more.

Im not one of those big pro Obama people but I dont think he is THAT bad. I just dont see how anyone couldve fixed things regardless.
10/02/2011
CoffeeCup CoffeeCup
Quote:
Originally posted by Starkiller87
I agree either way it is going to suck. But I dont blame Obama for it. People act like he could snap his fingers and things would get better. It is gonna take years for our country to get better no matter who is in charge because we were left in such ...
Yeah, thanks to him my dieing cousin can't be denied care because her stage-4 breast cancer is a "pre-existing condition".

He's still a politician. I only trust him as far as I can throw him. If the republicans can come up with a better candidate, great, but thus far, I have not been impressed.
10/02/2011
Bignuf Bignuf
Quote:
Originally posted by big b
can we take four more years.
Did it occur to you that this, of all polls, should have been private. A LOT more people, like us, might have answered. Just sayin.....
10/02/2011
wetone123 wetone123
Getting pretty dicey for anyone brave enough to say anything about the big bad government huh? Maybe we'll all be on the terrorist list Monday morning? Oh well, they'll have to pry my Caterpillar out of my cold, dead hands!
10/02/2011
Wildchild Wildchild
Quote:
Originally posted by big b
can we take four more years.
NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!

I'll be honest, when he took office this country wal already "fubar", His intensions have only caused more harm. I am a Republican, however the last good President we had was Bill Clinton, B4 him it was Ronald Reagen, and B4 him it was JFK.

This country needs radical change for the best, job creation, not goverment jobs but blue collard jobs that will put our people back to work, Bring production back to the USA.
10/02/2011
dude dude
Quote:
Originally posted by big b
can we take four more years.
Time for a change.
10/02/2011
domsub1993 domsub1993
Yep, time for a change!
10/02/2011
ToyBoy ToyBoy
Another 4 please!
10/02/2011
Sex'и'Violence Sex'и'Violence
Get rid of him.
10/02/2011
P'Gell P'Gell
Quote:
Originally posted by Starkiller87
I agree either way it is going to suck. But I dont blame Obama for it. People act like he could snap his fingers and things would get better. It is gonna take years for our country to get better no matter who is in charge because we were left in such ...
Thank you! NO ONE could have fixed the fuck ups Bush made in his 8 years of Hell in this country in just 3 years. No one!

Thanks to him my middle daughter has health care, even though she has graduated college, because she can stay on our plan until she is 26. Our older one moved out before this was passed, so she can't go back on our plan, but at least 2 of our 3 kids have coverage. (My older dd is without any health care right now.)

If some jerk gets elected and takes my children's health care away, I'm going to get really pissed off at DC, no shit.
10/02/2011
GenderSexplorations GenderSexplorations
I think he's done good with what he came into. People don't generally seem to recognize that he came into something that was already falling apart. I think he's done a good job of pulling together what he could and making some things better. Granted he's not perfect, but nobody out there is, really.
10/02/2011
hyacinthgirl hyacinthgirl
No. I didn't vote for him the first time, because he was suspiciously short on things like "plans" or "actions". Lots of buzz words, lots of speechifying, but he never answered a direct question. I knew people who voted for him with only a vague idea that he was going to do something about making healthcare "free", despite the fact that it's an impossibility to make anything of value free. His spending has been absolutely out of control, and it has not created jobs in anything but the government. While I may have some healthcare on my dad's insurance, I don't have a real job, despite being a college graduate who had generally excellent grades (not to mention I have job experience going back to my early teens). Honestly, I'd rather have work than healthcare.

I think the government would do a lot better if anyone actually still paid attention to the Constitution, but sometimes I think the last good president we had was Calvin Coolidge. But, if Obama is re-elected, we're just going to get more of a behemoth government that the younger generation is going to be stuck with the bill for.
10/02/2011
UnknownGirl UnknownGirl
I'm not sure if I want Obama in office for another four more years. However, one thing I'm sure of is that Rick Perry is not the answer.
10/02/2011
Starkiller87 Starkiller87
I dont think alot of people realize that the president no matter who it is, is not the sole maker of choices. Say he votes for something and everyone else votes against it, than its not his fault is it. Its all of the government that has to agree on it for it to happen. People just want a scapegoat
10/02/2011
Beck Beck
He will not be getting my vote, I did not give it to him the first time around. I am not a democrat. I am not sure why anyone blames any president, really it comes down to all of them combined. So they all need fired! And if you are talking about your local area, that comes down to the ones in your area. Where I live there has been a lot of scandal, with these guys stealing money and fraud. It is no wonder that Cleveland is no longer a great area to live in.
10/02/2011
Eucaly Eucaly
I think it's likely that Palin will be the alternative. Or even worse!
10/02/2011
WierdAl WierdAl
Quote:
Originally posted by big b
can we take four more years.
Hell no, he must go!
10/02/2011
Crystal1 Crystal1
Quote:
Originally posted by Eucaly
I think it's likely that Palin will be the alternative. Or even worse!
This is why I voted 4 more years- Given the choice between Obama and one of the Republican candidates, I'll stick with O.
10/02/2011
wetone123 wetone123
Quote:
Originally posted by Starkiller87
I agree either way it is going to suck. But I dont blame Obama for it. People act like he could snap his fingers and things would get better. It is gonna take years for our country to get better no matter who is in charge because we were left in such ...
U.S. Staff Sergeant Kendrick Manuel swung his rifle over his shoulder and grumbled about being viewed as a "non-combat" soldier in Iraq.

"When NBC talked about the last combat troops are gone, they made it sound like everything is basically over," he said, after escorting a 19-truck convoy through a part of northern Iraq where roadside bombs and mortar attacks are still a danger.

"To us it was like a slap in the face, because we are still here ... we are still going in harm's way every time we leave out of the gate," Manuel said at a U.S. military base, Camp Speicher, near Saddam Hussein's home town of Tikrit.

On August 31, the U.S. military formally declared an end to its combat mission in Iraq, 7-1/2 years after the invasion that removed Saddam and led to sectarian warfare and a fierce insurgency in which tens of thousands of Iraqis were killed. More than 4,400 U.S. soldiers have been killed since 2003.

U.S. networks such as NBC showed what the U.S. military labeled the last combat brigade rumbling into Kuwait. Soldiers whooped and shouted on camera that the war was over.

Yet, there are still six brigades made up of 50,000 troops in Iraq, ahead of a full withdrawal at the end of 2011. Their focus is to assist and advise their Iraqi counterparts, not lead the fight against insurgents, but they remain heavily armed and face frequent threats.

On September 7, two U.S. soldiers were killed and nine wounded when an Iraqi soldier opened fire on them at an Iraqi commando base.

The hype around the change of mission, which allowed President Barack Obama to say he was fulfilling a pledge to start ending the unpopular war, set off complaints among some soldiers left behind who were no longer viewed as combat troops.

U.S. military convoys are still shot at and bombed, and bases are mortared, despite a change in the name of the U.S. mission from Operation Iraqi Freedom to Operation New Dawn.

"That doesn't really change a thing, it is still dangerous," said 22-year-old Specialist Byron Reed, on his second deployment in Iraq, as he prepared to escort a convoy to Camp Speicher from Balad air base in Salahuddin province.

Manuel said changing the mission's name meant little if any of his soldiers were to be killed by a roadside bomb.
10/02/2011
Starkiller87 Starkiller87
Quote:
Originally posted by wetone123
U.S. Staff Sergeant Kendrick Manuel swung his rifle over his shoulder and grumbled about being viewed as a "non-combat" soldier in Iraq.

"When NBC talked about the last combat troops are gone, they made it sound like everything ...
I know they arent OUT of Iraq that wasnt what I was implying. I was saying they changed the focus back to Afghanistan where it needed to be.
10/02/2011
ss143 ss143
I voted both options because really its not like things are going to get any better regardless of who's pres so to me why does it matter
10/02/2011
kellyg kellyg
I voted for him in 2008 and I will be voting for him in 2012. I am avid supporter of Obama and a volunteer for his 2012 re-election campaign. (I was a volunteer for his 2008 campaign as well)
10/02/2011
Dear Ruby Dear Ruby
I vote him for another 4, not because I like him (how did this country turn down the financial genius of Hillary Clinton?), but because switching programs 4 years into his 8 year game plan will only leave us with an ugly fray of loose ends.

And I'd rather vote for Ronald Reagan's corpse than Palin.
10/02/2011
EvilHomer EvilHomer
Your title makes it sound like an opinion if he will get re-elected.

The options seem to be will you move for him again.

Just curious which you really want to know? Depending on who runs against him, my vote may change, but at best I think it is going to be tough for him to get re-elected, but nowhere near impossible, the incumbent always has a leg up, plus they generally aren't torn up in the primaries.
10/02/2011
mizzmilla mizzmilla
I Obama.
10/02/2011
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