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Obama... Change of heart on voting for him..?

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posted on Apr, 20 2009 @ 07:26 PM
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I am very happy I voted for President Obama. He is everything you probably think he is and hopefully you "sore losers" (really no offense) will understand the extremely positive situation it is having him as President is and will lead to...

Ironic how things HAVE changed. (oh we would still be in this mess but much worse if McCain were President so save it.)

Think about it this way. You have all the out spoken people of the last eight years or so...complaining. The war this the money this..white house corporate scandal, rights being thinned out..etc. All of those people were getting written off as ridiculous libs..etc. Now the agenda was and is to "Deny Ignorance" ..to speak up, to change these problems. Well lets say for matter of discussion that that winning area, the place where our voices are heard and acted from is the term "the Zone"

OK, so now the tables have turned...Now the side of people that did not speak up or speak out in the last eight years are now all of a sudden...speaking out....hmm...

Well..now YOU are in "the Zone"! Now it is your voice that is being heard (Tea parties)....Funny thing is is that its not YOU, its US!! It has always been us. Thats why we voted for Pressident Obama. Because it IS going to work.

You see, "The Zone" that you are in IS "The Zone" that we were in for the last eight years. It IS the objective. It is actually what Obama supporters want. Its what Obama wants. He will do what the people want because that IS where is power lies. This is all actually pretty basic Pol Sci.

So...your preaching to the choir and you see.. that is where the problem lies. Stop turning around and biting us...we know..been there, done that. A Bush or really even a McCain admin would not listen to our voices. We now have someone who WILL. Work together and stop preaching to the choir.

Oh and use your common sense please. You can have a President that stands for selling the country out for oil, hard cold cash and power and yes that would be criminal. or you can have a President that stands for what is best for the "PEOPLE"...not the people that don't work, or the impoverished but everyone.

Go where the action is.
The Military will be strong, The lawmakers will still do there thing, and money will be used. President Obama is the President. He's not all of those departments wrapped up in one taco...c'mon. In fact its helpful that he is in office. Use your noggin people.

[edit on 20-4-2009 by Stella Lotus]




posted on Apr, 20 2009 @ 07:36 PM
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Originally posted by Diplomat
I can't believe anyone actually voted for him in the first place.

Talk about manipulated, brainwashed, gullible sheep...


Baaaaa, baaaaa, baaaaa. Wow, I feel better already...

Hey, thanks for that man, I really needed someone to put me in perspective


I called those who believe in God sheeple plenty of times in my life, so I guess, what goes around comes around



posted on Apr, 20 2009 @ 08:32 PM
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This man we are all speaking about as if he has power is just a rubberstamping confidence man. Realize the agenda you support or may be willing to sit on the fence about is spoonfed to him the the CFR and the Bank of International Settlements, whos open and stated goal is the dismantling of nation states in favour of a top down centralized world government, which is well underway and reaching a climax under the current Obama phase.

Look past your emotional investment in the man and look at the agenda he serves, which is well documented for anyone with eyes. His job is literally to sell you out, shut you down and do what the IMF did to Argentina, all the while with a sly smile on his face. Stop getting duped by this shell game.



posted on Apr, 21 2009 @ 01:06 AM
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Originally posted by Stella Lotus
I am very happy I voted for President Obama. He is everything you probably think he is and hopefully you "sore losers" (really no offense)


Here we have another person who thinks everyone thinks along the lines of the two-party paradigm.

Just because someone is smart enough to realize that Obama is just another puppet of the corporate/banking elite does not mean they are upset that their "team" lost the election. Actually, most people who understand the truth do not affiliate themselves with either corrupt "party."

Anyone who understands what is really going on here knows that this has NOTHING to do with "Republican" or "Democrat." Hell, I would be just as mad if McCain had won the election, because things would be going EXACTLY THE SAME WAY AS THEY ARE GOING RIGHT NOW.

Wake up!

[edit on 21-4-2009 by Diplomat]



posted on Apr, 21 2009 @ 01:07 AM
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Originally posted by 5thElement

I called those who believe in God sheeple plenty of times in my life, so I guess, what goes around comes around


Believing in something that could be true, or that could be false, does not make you a sheep. Believing in something that is OBVIOUSLY false makes you a sheep.



posted on Apr, 21 2009 @ 02:41 AM
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Originally posted by Diplomat
Anyone who understands what is really going on here knows that this has NOTHING to do with "Republican" or "Democrat." Hell, I would be just as mad if McCain had won the election, because things would be going EXACTLY THE SAME WAY AS THEY ARE GOING RIGHT NOW.


Interestingly enough though, you did not call those who voted for McCain sheeple as well...

Capitalism is the one and ONLY reason why things are ALWAYS the same, regardless of which party is in power, ALL of those who support it are the real sheeple, except Capitalists, of course, the real owners of this country



posted on Apr, 21 2009 @ 02:52 AM
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I can't believe I voted for Obama...

He has all them socialistism and the fascism ideas, he is a Muslim extremist zionist,
he thinks its ok for mens to git married and kissy, he started the war Iraq and he deregulated them banks so they could rip us all off...



posted on Apr, 21 2009 @ 03:01 AM
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Originally posted by 5thElement

Interestingly enough though, you did not call those who voted for McCain sheeple as well...



Of course the people who voted for McCain are also sheep. Just because I didn't point that out doesn't mean it isn't true.

Every 4 years they put two of the same people up against each other with the illusion of being on a different team, and sadly Americans fall for it every time.



posted on Apr, 21 2009 @ 04:40 AM
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I'm not so sure he hasn't had enough time. So far, he has gone back on much of what was promised, he has insulted our country when in others, and can't answer a question with a straight answer (actually he did that while campaigning too). Not to mention his ties with various scumbags.

Please don't call me a sore loser as I didn't support either party, but as it was already stated in this post, the winner of the election was chosen long before the election.



posted on Apr, 21 2009 @ 07:35 AM
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People did the same thing to Bush! You remember " selected not elected", "dumb",etc just for starters. How many of you are in that group?

So what goes around comes around. BUT, now you want a wait and see? HA!

BHO is going to have us living on our knees, with our hands cupped, pointing to Washington D.C. , begging for more!

BTW, we would have had the same thing with McCain just at a slower pace.

I guess as a Nation it's better to die quick that to die slow.

Roper



posted on Apr, 21 2009 @ 08:35 AM
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1. I want to be the first to say that George Bush wasn't "dumb." Not a good President, not an eloquent speaker, but far from dumb.

2. We are not heading toward ruin "quicker" than if McCain were in office. Look at who McCain zeroed in on for his economic advisers. They're a laughing-stock. Listen to McCain talk about the economy. He's clueless. He doesn't even understand earmarks, which is his primary concern.

Bush isn't dumb, but McCain is.

[edit on 21-4-2009 by theWCH]



posted on Apr, 21 2009 @ 11:56 PM
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Originally posted by maria_stardust
Considering he is only four months into his Administration, I think this would be a fair question to pose a little further down the line... like a year or two. At that point, there will have been enough time to make a decent analysis of his policies upon this nation and the world at large.

Right now, it's just a wee bit too soon.


When it walks like a dog, barks like a dog, wags it tail like a dog, we don't need a year to figure out that it's a dog.
Some people will never change their mind on Obama, either way. But many poor people are going to be suprised when their handout doesn't come in time, because all the people that pay taxes are out of a job, and there never was really enough money to even pay the bills from the start.
It's just about time to pay the piper, and he is getting ready to roar. Unfortunately, whether you voted for the big O , or not, we're all in deep du du, no matter which party you belong to.
What scares me is the fact that I don't believe anybody in Washington, and especially Obama, and his cadre of tax cheats, has a clue as to how to fix the death spiral we are in. The clock is ticking, and there is NO plan B. Also, there is very little anyone can do to reverse the problem.



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