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Originally posted by Frankidealist35
I'm not skeptical of him.
I think he has potential.
He just has to earn my respect first. So far he's doing fine. But it's only been a few days.
I want him to succeed. But, he has to show me that his campaign promises weren't all just talk
Seems like he has surrounded himself with the same corrupt advisors and politicans from the clinton administration.Not the change in washington people envisioned..and his campaign promises? like.....
Originally posted by Common Good
he hasnt even been in office for a month yet! he still has 3 years and 11 months to go, plenty of time to screw things up.
He hasnt done anything to impress me yet because he hasnt had time to.
Thats why I dont understand how people can be so in love.
Until then, approval ratings for him right now mean squat.
Rasmussen brings the bad news for the Democrats. The Approval Index is calculated by taking the number of folks who strongly approve and subtract those who strongly disapprove.
Obama's Approval Index stands at 14%, dropping three points since yesterday, which, coincidentally was the day the Senate reached a tentative agreement to pass the massive pork bill. It is a five point drop since Thursday.
The 14% rating is less than half of the high water mark of 30% Obama had on January 22, two days after he was inaugurated.
but is more and more apparent that our elected leaders are but pawns in a much larger agenda and completely controlled by the "Corporate Oligarchy".....