[Homestead] As I foretold you ...
lurine at com-pair.net
Sun Mar 28 01:41:52 EDT 2010
What I don't understand is why people who voted for him didn't do their
homework OR listen to him. The funny thing is that he made a speech about
one of the great downfalls of the American people, the failure to actually
listen. And this great downfall is what he counted on.
He said precisely what he was going to do: up the anti in Afghanistan, Zero
to Five, healthcare his way whether the American public wanted it or not,
and so forth and so on.
Did no one actually read his book. And I mean actually read it and then
follow the breadcrumbs he left in the book. I think most of the folks on
this list were in college at some point or another. You yellow highlighted
and then you delved deeper into those parts to better understand what was
He campaigned on "transparency." He slashed just about every Repub out
there as being sneaky, sneaky, sneaky. I'll put my meeting on CSAN, blah,
blah, blah. No lobbyists, blah, blah, blah. No political payoffs, blah,
blah, blah. Doesn't anyone consider it a slap in the face that from day one
he went full steam ahead with secret meetings, lobbyists, political payoffs
and sealed records?
Get your piece of land paid off, save your seeds (follow the Monsanto trail
in his cabinet) and prepare for WTSHTF!
As to TJ, silly man, it's a Constitutional, federalist representative
republic, NOT a democracy! <g>
----- Original Message -----
From: "EarthNSky" <erthnsky at gmail.com>
> Perhaps that is because you are from his state where people had a more
> realistic view. Plus, Marie, I'd imagine that most people you meet are
> as least as intelligent as you are. I've only driven through your neck
> of the woods, but I don't recall seeing a lot of minorities there, and
> it was the minority faction that mostly were referring to him as their
> Savior, with the capital S. Those factions would include people of
> color, of course, but also immigrants, the gay and lesbian community,
> and to some extent, new vets and those disenchanted with the justice
> system, notably, prisoners. I do recall seeing a huge prison, but that
> was in southern IL, and I doubt you would have much dealing with
> prisoners anyway. :)
> Well, there are still guys in orange down in Gitmo...we still have
> solders in Iraq...gay marriage is still illegal in my state... the
> Muslim world still hates us...etc. etc.
> I really don't see that his presidency has brought us any more respect
> in the international world-it was supposed to...
> I really don't see am era of healing between the races that his
> presidency was supposed to usher in..
> I really don't see any improvement in the economy, just bigger
> government ready to remove even more of my freedom.(President Obama
> surely doesn't have the patent on making the government larger and more
> powerful, he is just the latest joker to do so "for the people".
> I'm actually rather amazed that he hasn't sent troops to Darfur,
> Somalia, or other places in Africa. Of course, there are 3 years left
> in his reign. I tell ya though, people here think he is a one term
> President, but I know I live in a Blue State. Sometimes, when one is so
> totally surrounded by one view, it is hard to see things from a
> different perspective. Thankfully, we have the internet, and I can talk
> to all of you who see things from a different perspective. Believe it
> or not, I am STILL trying to find the silver lining in all of this...I
> really did hope he would have a spine and some class and tell Pelosi and
> Co. to back off.
> The problem with this argument is that President Obama is not going in >
> the right direction. He hasn't even dropped the sails and anchor to
> slow the boat down. He continues down the same path as his
> predecessors, even speeding up our country's demise with overspending.
> Check out the first chart on this page to see what I mean. The
> projections are through 2012. Interestingly, looking at data on this
> chart puts Obama in the same class as Reagan and the Bush family when it
> comes to spending. It actually makes Clinton look good! Clinton seems
> to have slowed the boat, even after 20 years of Republican spending(not
> counting Carter, who, as we all know, was ineffective in most things).
> I can't wait to look at it. Thankfully, I can now...I've been online
> more than usual today, so I am close to the threshold max. I'll wait
> until 2 am when there is no speed limit on Hughesnet. Still loving it,
> Anyway, there's no shame in being disappointed in someone you had hoped
> would do well. I did not vote for Bush, but was disappointed in him
> just like the millions who did. I don't know how the United States of
> America will pull itself out of this mess.
> The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are
> willing to work and give to those who would not. Thomas Jefferson
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