Friday, January 23, 2009

FINALLY an answer...Hysterical, but an answer!

I put my "CHANGE" post over on yahoo answers...Mostly I got anti-Obama answers, like I got here and on my Facebook, however I did receive this answer:

"Speaking for myself, the change I'm looking for has already started. It's a Government with less of an ego. It's about putting the smartest and best people in the right positions to make the decisions in the best interests for the people. Obama is probably one of the most intelligent Presidents we've ever had. He knows how to manage people and he knows how to take different points of view to determine the best course of action. Change he's been talking about goes deeper than world peace, the economy, or health care. Now we have a government which is beginning to put the interests of it's people first, not the other way around. That is the change I was seeking and believe many of the other Obama supports were too. I hope that helps"


Um okay...so this guy seriously thinks that Obama doesn't have an ego? And I won't even comment on the rest...sigh...

and another answer...
"George Bush did whatever he wanted including starting an unnecessary war (there was no Al Qaeda in Iraq when Bush declared war) and had the interests of the wealthy and big corporations (Big Oil got a $2 billion tax break amongst their record profits) at hand but did little for the needs of the middle class. You're probably not a senior citizen, but the Bush Medicare Drug Plan served the interests of the Drug and Insurance Companies, but not the people who need medicines (what a terrible plan). The Republicans won't admit it, but Obama got elected, not because of hs color, but because of Bush's approval ratings (only 27%). Any future U.S. President must do better and most expect Obama do do better than that."
So it looks like instead of looking at the facts, many of the Obamars voted for him because they choose to believe the liberal media???? Ummm, not that I'm shocked, or even surprised...





4 comments:

Just Me said...

Unbelievable! Sometimes I think there should be a common sense test rather than an age limit on voting!

To answer your question, I am doing somewhat better. Still wheeling around in my chair, but these things take time.

Love ya,
Stacey

Rosemary said...

I have not heard anything from Obama supporters that indicates they want to allow any confusion by bringing any facts into a discussion. Better to talk about race, and change, and other abstract concepts. Apparently "facts" are too Republican to bother with.

Rosemary said...

p.s. that blue color font was hard to read

pottermom said...

at least you finally got some answers. What I find amazing is that you actually expected logical ones. lol