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An Open Letter to Obama Voters

loadstar Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 8:39 AM
re (Barone): Presidents who get re-elected usually offer second term agendas. Obama hasn't, especially on the economy. As a re-elected president, he will be as free of constraints, as Wilson was. ******************************* America should be VERY wary of the ObaMessiah's silence on his plans for a second term...he is silent because he would LOSE for sure if he revealed the truth---> yet more Big Guvment like the takeover of healthcare, taxation and raging deficits. A new poll says that 62% say that IF re-elected they want to see Obama make MAJOR CHANGES! My gawd, why not DUMP Obama and start anew with someone who has spelled out an agenda instead of someone who dares not do so?!
justme16 Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 2:49 PM
Obama didn't offer a FIRST TERM agenda other than carefull concealed and undefined CHANGE...The only way anyone could ascertain what he meant is by connecting the dots er um sound bites. Redistributionism (spread the wealth)...His ideal would be a "single payer system" regarding health INSURANCE not health care. How hum by continuing to drive prices up, pressure people via regulation to comply and when it becomse to costly they will reach for the carrot of "single payer" just to get the IRS off their backs. Close the borders not from intrusion from without but to keep people from leaving and taking their MONEY with them again use the IRS..and TSA. Energy costs will necessarily skyrocket. Bankrupt the coal industry. and then PAYOLA.

Did you vote for Barack Obama in 2008? A lot of people did – obviously.

What a time. There’s still room for improvement, but what a testimony to just how far we as a nation have come in terms of racial harmony, tolerance and diversity.

Only decades earlier a man like Barack Obama – a black man – couldn’t even drink from the same water fountain as a white man, let alone become president of the United States. A hundred years prior to that, and he may well have been counted another man’s property.

On Nov. 4, 2008,...