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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by Kestrel452, Feb 20, 2011.
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But I said it then and I will say it now. Both candidates suck and I voted 3rd party all the way.
In the 2010 election I voted pretty heavy third party. I made my voice heard that I hate the status quo (dem or GOP) and want them both out of office.
I could have sworn i posted this in the politics section, sorry about that.
As a Brit I didn't vote, but on behalf of the rest of the Western World thank you all once again for not electing McCain/Palin.
You'd probably be at war in Egypt now if you had, trying to prop up another Bastion Against Terrorism.
Living in Massachusetts which has the mandatory healthcare, and how its bankrupting the state and keeping small businesses from hiring. I voted for McCain. I can see the same thing happening now with Obama's unrestrained spending. We're borrowing 40 cents on very dollar spent and adding on the huge bureaucracy of the healthcare bill, the increased costs to small businesses is going to prevent the economy from picking u momentum.
Voted for Obama. Not thrilled with him in the least. Would never vote for a McCain/Palin ticket. Would have voted for McCain in 2000.
Quite frankly, given the incredible obstructionism from the Reps., he's not done a bad job. Not a great one either.
Obama. No regrets.
Voted for Obama.
But now I think Hillary might have been the stronger choice.
Latest example: Obama: "Wisconsin Gov's Plan Seems Like Assault On Unions"
Seems? SEEMS?! How about IS an assault on unions, workers and the middle class, you bloodless capitulator?!
As a Canuck I didn't vote, but on behalf of the rest of the Western World thank you all once again for not electing McCain/Palin.
Although, the outright laughter that would have generated, might have been worth the risk. LOL
Hasn't obama had democratic controlled senate/house for much of his term?
Obama has done less... fought less... while possessing the most political capital and resources than any president I can recall.
"Change we can believe in" turned into "Slow down! I see a speed bump."
With 60 votes needed in the Senate to advance any legislation, it didn't matter.
I voted for Obama and still would.
I've said it before, and I'll say it again, I've been pleasantly surprised with his foreign policy. That was the one thing in 2008 I was unsure about when voting for him.
I thought Hillary was probably a better choice but knew she couldn't win the general election.
I think that people were tired enough of Bush that any Dem would have won. As for me I voted 3rd party, but in retrospect I'm glad Obama won, but I think Hillary would have done a better job.
Didn't want those grapes anyway. Bet they were sour.
Especially when the Democrats were not united because some of them were in conservative areas so they had to worry about reelection.......
I voted for Obama and I don't regret it. I am unsure though who I will vote for in 2012, but I am leaning towards the Stewart/Colbert ticket.
For this man:
Because he's a Mac user, of course
The 2008 election was in essence an election for 2 negative choices. If you voted Obama and still stand by it you must have fallen on your head with serious force.
Yes, I'll be the first to say that the man has had a very hard job, but keeping promises? Not bloody likely.
I could pretty much go on for ages why I dislike Obama, but that would just feed the trolls too much. If Gramps McCain could have done a better job? I cannot say, the economy would have looked better probably. Liberalism and socialism are killer for economies that are not going well.
I think he's an essentially cautious man who is a career coalition builder, not the kind of politician who habitually makes use of arbitrary executive powers.
I agree that he made less use of his early mandate than perhaps he should, but I applaud his desire to build consensus when possible. Presidents must learn their trade quickly.
I agree, I think this is a good summary of how Obama has tried to transition from campaign promises/ rhetoric to actually dealing with the situations he's encountered as President.
In 2008 I was skeptical of the 'change' Obama was marketing and suspected then that what he really meant by this change was actually more of the same... more endless wars in the middle east, more government expansion, more destruction of personal liberties, more growth of bureaucracies, more massive growth of our deficit, more growth of entitlements and the further growth of anti-personal-responsiblity attitudes of American culture.
All of my fears have proven to thus far be 100% correct, with a bit more anti-American foreign apologetic groveling, and blatant wealth redistribution thrown in for good measure. Obama has been a DISASTER of a president... in my humble opinion.
In 2012, I hope that people will come to their senses and vote for REAL change. Hopefully they'll vote for someone who WILL bring the troops home, someone who WILL eliminate our deficits, someone who WILL get the government's noses out of every aspect of our lives...
Who am I to argue with such fabulous political reasoning... that being said, this criteria is bound to deliver some very wide-ranging results... Rush, after all is much more of a known 'Mac Guy' than Obama.
Whatever. Not that you can point to a single case of "personal liberties" infringed upon...