What Shall Happen to America with Obama Making Us Weaker & Weaker?

@mythociate (13650)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
January 30, 2011 3:35pm CST
The solution will be state sovereignty. The Federal Government will be more like a "head office" to which all of the 'co-Presidents' (a.k.a. Governors) will report---& likewise with all the other government roles. The main difference I see will be military. The Commander-in-Chief of each state will control each state's army. The 'head office' Commander-in-Chief will be more like a gym-teacher or referee. That was what Obama was doing bowing & cow-thouing to the Middle East. History may see it as a fake-out made while Oklahoma (& other McCain states) ambush them. What do you think? Who will lead the charge of De-Federalism?
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@Hatley (152656)
• Garden Grove, California
30 Jan 11
sorry try again I am against this weird idea. its the kind of wealthy men we put in as president that has done us in in every president including FDR. has made errors as we will not elect a man of the people a wo rking man who would know about bills and loss of jobs and the plight of the common man and woman here.We need to put common ordeinary people in congress and the senate not wealthy stars, we get what we sow and now e are reaping it. obama for a wealthy man is doing what he can but he need some people who are not morons in our government.
@mythociate (13650)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
6 Feb 11
I agree. I was in college (or just-then dropping out) when I voted for Obama, but now I see why the rest of Oklahoma DIDN'T vote for Obama---because University-life puts one into a 'high white tower' (where you forget about the minuscule effects of physics---effects that are eliminated when one is separated from external elements). That was why I voted for Jari Askins for Oklahoma governor (rather than Mary Fallin, who won anyway)---because Jari has worked with local government, where real problems get really solved; while Mary worked with federal government, where real problems get theoretically solved and covered with money.
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@piya84 (2591)
• India
31 Jan 11
I have no idea on this matter.But my opinion about Obama has gone from good bad to now worst.
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@mythociate (13650)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
6 Feb 11
Do you think other countries (including maybe you, I don't know) see Obama as 'a representative for the average American?'
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@piya84 (2591)
• India
7 Feb 11
I dont think so.
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@mythociate (13650)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
7 Feb 11
Then who is America's 'average man'-representative, and why don't we have him/her speaking around the world?
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• United States
7 Feb 11
I believe we will still see another round of bad politicians in the next upcoming election. It is unfortunate but many have tried and have failed to date, as the problems did not recently start, they have simply gone from bad to worse. I will not place my opinion about Obama, but one thing for sure is that America was expecting the moment in walked into office for an overnight miracle and since they have not seen the miracle it is an understandable decision to make that he has ruing things. What all have to remember is that when he walked into office America was already drowning.
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@mythociate (13650)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
7 Feb 11
I guess that's the thing about 'becoming a leader in the system in order to change the system': in the process of joining the system, the part of you that wants change gets cut-off and swept away by the Spoiler
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@piya84 (2591)
• India
7 Feb 11
Its been more than two years which is enough period to expect at list some what change in situation in USA.
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• United States
7 Feb 11
No disagreement on my end??
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