Tired of 0bama?

United States
February 24, 2009 7:53am CST
Yes, it is true. There are people already tired of 0bama. Here's compilation of reasons. http://townhall.com/columnists/JohnHawkins/2009/02/24/fifteen_reasons_im_already_tired_of_the_obama_era I say that given just a little time 0bama will give us many more reasons to be tired of him. What do you say?
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@max1950 (2313)
• United States
24 Feb 09
ALL I KNOW IS EVERY TIME HE GOES ON T.V. WALL STREET TAKES A DIVE, AND TONIGHT WILL BE #5. it's to early to get started on him.
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• United States
24 Feb 09
Watch the market after the speech. Wednesday the market is due to go DOWN again.
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@max1950 (2313)
• United States
25 Feb 09
we must be psychic didn't we say that yesterday and down it goes again. people thought they were getting a mesiah that was going to get it all fixed and so far all they do is turn down his choices for everything. he can keep my 16 bucks a week and put it where the sun don't shine.
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• United States
25 Feb 09
I have GOOD NEWS and BAD NEWS regarding 0bama and the stock markets. GOOD NEWS: In 6 months or so, 0bama is going to make the stock market start to climb. BAD NEWS: Stocks will climb in price because the US DOLLAR will have diminished so much in value that it will take more US DOLLARS to buy the same amount of stock. 0bama's policies eventually are going to cause massive inflation. That inflation will raise the cost of stocks, too.
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• United States
24 Feb 09
So true and I was tired of him before he even became president!
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• United States
24 Feb 09
I am even more tired of is delusional fans than I am of him - but I am pretty damned tired of him already too.
• United States
24 Feb 09
Give it 6 more months and 0bama is going to be mighty lonely.
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@Destiny007 (5820)
• United States
24 Feb 09
I was tired of him long before the election. I recognized him as the socialist, the appeaser, the con artist and terrorist supporter that he is. I say that the longer he is in office, the more America will suffer for it. The sooner his ineligibility is exposed, the sooner he can be removed from office, and the sooner the inevitable humiliation of the liberals can be enjoyed. We now have Army Officers suing the 0bamunist on eligibility issues... along with Alan Keyes and others. There are 44 reported lawsuits challenging this frauds eligibility to date, and more cropping up all the time. Sooner or later, this turkey will be done, and hopefully burnt.
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• United States
25 Feb 09
It would be interesting to see him resign because of lack of confidence by the American people. This could happen.
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• United States
24 Feb 09
Seeing all these points together should make even his supporters a bit tired...and scared.
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• United States
25 Feb 09
It certainly is getting harder for 0bama's minions to ignore the criticisms.
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• United States
25 Feb 09
That would explain why we are hearing so little from them hear lately, with the exception of the occasional "You're a racist!" post. LOL
@Barb42 (4225)
• United States
24 Feb 09
I agree wholeheartedly! Our country is going down the drain quickly under this administration! I believe we would have been better off if they had done absolutely nothing and let the economy heal itself! As it is, they've put us more in debt, and there is NO way he's going to cut the deficit in half this year. I'm sure there is going to be many more reasons to be tired of him and they'll will probably show up in the next few months. He's broken promises he made during the campaign, so it won't be anything new for him to break more! I think he's probably the most dishonest president I've ever seen.
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• United States
24 Feb 09
0bama is extremely an intellectually dishonest President. His reasoning behind why the stimulus package had to be passed compared to his now reasoning as to the need for fiscal responsibility are in direct contridiction. Such contradictions are the sure fire tell tale sign of a liar.
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@Barb42 (4225)
• United States
24 Feb 09
Yes, I've always heard the smarter a person is the less common sense they have. Looks like it applies in this situation, although I really haven't seen much incidence to his smartness! I've just seen a eloquent talker who knows how to hypnotize people into believing every lie he tells!
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@laglen (19783)
• United States
26 Feb 09
I enjoyed the article, especially Carter on speed! I have been tired of him since the campaign! We get the government we deserve.
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• United States
26 Feb 09
Will Rogers, the famous 'cowboy philosopher' had two sayings that applied in this situation. 1. Every country in the world has exactly the government they deserve. 2. Thank God, we do not get all the government we pay for.
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• United States
26 Feb 09
I'm feeling #13 AND #9. As for 13. I live my life in a way where race doesn't enter any equation. But I'm constantly being bombarded with the fact that Obama is black. Was everybody so self-congratulatory when women or blacks were given the right to vote? And #9, I read an op-ed piece where somebody spun Obamas constant tardiness as an admirable trait, demonstrating his creativity and givingness. I wanted to puke. The same article pointed out that W. was always on time and that showed how stupid he was. Oddly enough, Black Sabbath lyrics apply here: 'In the world there's kings and queens, they'll blind your eyes and steal your dreams, and they'll tell you black is really white, that the moon is the sun at night..."
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• United States
28 Feb 09
The day is coming, (It is a long way off) that everyone will live their life where race is not important. Until then, we will just have to do the best we can. Liked the Black Sabbath lyrics.
• United States
24 Feb 09
Great article, but you know, rather than respond to the FACT presented, the liberals are likely to just start screaming that you are a racist and so is the author of that article. I'm getting friggin tired of THAT nonsense too!
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• United States
24 Feb 09
We put that down as #16.
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• United States
26 Feb 09
As with every president before him, given enough time passing, people will despise him and his approval rating will tank just like Bush's did. 0bama is not the next Christ or the magic man who is going to fix us all. Bush left us in the toilet. It's gonna take a lot more than Superman 0bama to fix us. He may or may not leave it better than he found it, but after his 4 years are up, he will be gone. He'll screw up just like everyone else did. He already has by promoting and signing and passing one of the biggest wastes of government funding in quite some time.
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• United States
26 Feb 09
Mostly, I agree with you. Here's where we differ. "One of the biggest wastes of government funding." Respectfully, I suggest it IS the BIGGEST WASTE ever.
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• United States
26 Feb 09
An even BIGGER waste is on the way! Obama's 2009 budget calls for a whopping 3.6 TRILLION DOLLARS! Billions don't even mean anything anymore! This will what, quadruple the deficit and he says he will halve it by 2012? The only thing that will be halved by 2012 is our ever dwindling power in the world.
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• United States
26 Feb 09
Our dwindling power and the power for Americans to have any money to do anything. Too bad 0bamanation doesn't care about that. It's all about making himself look good.
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@K46620 (1996)
• United States
2 Mar 09
I was tired of him before he was elected! Within a year I think the polls will place his approval ratings at less than 50%.
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• United States
2 Mar 09
At the end of 0bama's Presidency, I look for his approval ratings to be less than President Bush's at the end of his Presidency.
@cher913 (25895)
• Canada
24 Feb 09
i think that peoples expectations were way too high during the election canpaign and they are bound to be disappointed. there is no way he can do everything that people expected of him. time will tell if he is a good president or not i guess.
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• United States
24 Feb 09
I certainly agree there is no way 0bama could do everything that is expected of him by his many fans. Unfortunately, 0bama is doing most of what was feared by his many critics. If you think not, you do not realize the importance of the financial disaster that is the stimulus bill. As the created money from the stimulus deficit spending works its way through the economy, the worth of the money in your pocket and savings accounts becomes worth much less. It is an incidious tax of greater proportion than they would dare openly advocate. As the created money from the stimulus deficit spending works its way through the economy, businessmen have much less reason to expand their business, or start new ones, thus stiffling the economy. As the created money from the stimulus deficit spending works its way through the economy, respect for the US DOLLAR and its worth as a medium of international exchange will greatly decline. As the created money from the stimulus deficit spending works its way through the economy, foreign nations that have bought the US GOVERNMENT BONDS to pay for that stimulus will, in effect, be the boss of, and in a sense, own, the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. As the created money from the stimulus deficit spending works its way through the economy, the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA loses its self respect and the respect of the world. Congratulations, 0bama!
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