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Does anyone think President Obama is doing a good job?

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      Anne E wrote May 27, 2010
    • I voted for him, but so far I am disappointed.




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      Tracy Lynn Brown wrote May 28, 2010
    • Maybe its to soon to tell, but so far i would be concerned. Jobs are still very bad, our economy they say is getting better, but most of us in the midwest are not seeing it as yet. and the Memorial Day thing i would think will make an impact and not earn him any points of favor with most people. Im not real political though, so there are alot of things that i probaly dont understandhappy




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      Kyah wrote May 28, 2010
    • He’s doing the best he can in my opinion. I recall when Bush was in office, most of the countries had nothing good to say about him, in fact the Russians were calling him an idiot and the American people fools for voting for him. Obama walked into a mess, never had such responsibility before, and those senators are thwarting every move he makes. Personally I still say he needs time to put some of his changes into action, and we’ll support him because he is the President. You can’t please everyone and that’s obvious. And as far as the world is concerned, he is the most respected man, which is a whole lot better than Bush.




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      Max0125 wrote May 28, 2010
    • He was given an incredible mess to clean up. Give him a chance.




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      Marya1961 wrote May 28, 2010
    • heartheart Thanks Annie, could not have said it better myself.




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      Karyn Olson wrote May 28, 2010
    • I am not American but I do have one thing to say...it took many years for that mess to accumulate and I am sure it is going to take more than 1 1/2 yrs to clear it...I think he is doing the best he can with what he can.




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      Vikki Hall wrote May 28, 2010
    • I think there is no way in hell you could ever get me to do that job! I don’t care who is in office they all screw up at some point. It’s a hard job with only on the job training. I have never heard of President Universary so it should be expected to make a lot of mistakes.

      I know from my own management experience that the worst thing all new managers make is they try to manage all things at once. And it appears that our President has done what all newbies do...try to manage all things at once.

      I did vote for him and would not change my vote today. The alternative scared me even more!




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      Vikki Hall wrote May 28, 2010
    • Interesting!

      I like how it shows who of my FB friends liked or shared this article tooestatic




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      Cmrobert wrote May 28, 2010
    • @Annie - I’m sure that if he (or any other president) could ‘fix’ things in a day they would!  And by the way...his term isn’t over yet.  Patience my sister...patience.

      {{HUGS to all}}
      Everyone have a safe and fabulous weekend~

      Cheryl




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      Vikki Hall wrote May 28, 2010
    • Hey where did the link to Peggy Noonan go?

      I agree Annie that it’s time to stop blaming it all on Bush. He didn’t create the whole mess. The whole entire government did! Not just 1 person but all of them. And it is up to US to make the changes needed.....good and bad.....comfortable or not!




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      Tamra wrote May 28, 2010
    • I think he is doing the best he can.

      I just don’t think he’s capable of doing what the job demands.  

      He has never before been in any type of executive position.  He’s a career politician.  He wasn’t/isn’t qualified for the job of POTUS.  He isn’t a leader.




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      Cristina Corral wrote May 28, 2010
    • I think he is doing the best he can and as someone else stated, his term is NOT over and we should not expect that things change overnight as they did not happen overnight!




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      Mztracy wrote May 28, 2010
    • Ditto Cheryl.




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      KRIS JULIN wrote May 28, 2010
    • As of today, if he would start listening to the people and not the Mexican President in how to run this country, then I would have more respect for him.




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      Angelcart wrote May 28, 2010
    • Well I didn’t vote for him.  I don’t believe he has the wisdom to lead our nation, IMO.  I also feel that if you never served in the armed forces then you don’t truly know what our troops go through.  I agree with what Annie said too.  But I really like Michelle.  LOL




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      Momofthreeprincess wrote May 28, 2010
    • I do not approve of him or of Congress.  Face it really is the Senate and Congress that do run this country.  They are the ones that vote on policies, appointments, budget, and everything else that this mess is.  True it was mess before but until we realize that its not the president that runs the day to day operation of our government then we will remain in a mess.  thing is, its good that the president doesn’t run everything then it would be a dictatorship.  Place blame where it belongs and it belongs on Obama, Congress and the Senate.




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      Anne E wrote May 28, 2010
    • thanks for all the input




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      Paris Mano wrote May 29, 2010
    • Annie I applaud you!!!! You have taken the words right out of my mouth.  

      It is time to ManUp!!!

      Thank you for stepping up to the plate and telling it like it is!!!estaticheartheart




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      Veggie wrote May 29, 2010
    • NO!  He’s a bigger idiot, lair and thief than Bush.  He can’t even put a sentence together without a teleprompter.  So much for edumacation.

      They all are in the same little circle.  What don’t you people get?

      The PEOPLE are foolish little sheep that actually believe either one of them.  R’s & D’s it doesn’t matter!

      It’s all a horse & pony show.  All of it!

      WAKE UP!

      Not even just in the US, the same GAME.

      Pick your slave master:  R, D or P




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      Kathryn O'Hara wrote May 29, 2010
    • I didn’t vote for him because of his socialist beliefs.  No military experience, no private sector experience, and he didn’t even serve out his first term in the Senate,completely.  

      As the mother of an active duty Marine,I am appalled at his decision not to lay a wreath at Arlington on Memorial Day.  Really?  That cemetery was started for Union soldiers lost in the Civil War and he can’t find time to honor that??  How disrespectful.




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