posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 02:13 PM
Polls by their nature aren't very scientific, especially when they are given only to a particular readership or subscriber base.
However, that isn't to say that even Obama devotees are losing faith in him. He quickly got into bed (politically speaking) with some questionable
bed-fellows, that immediately changed the tenor of his newly founded administration. I personally want to know why every judicial appointment he has
made thus far is affiliated with the RIAA. I know others want to know why every financial appointment he has made is ex-Goldman-Sachs (but in all
fairness, they all have been since the Carter administration, so it's not just Obama). Others would like to know why the CIA has convinced him to
keep Gitmo, Abu-Gharib, and the Bush & Cheney Memos secret despite having had the intention previously to release those.
I don't think Obama is necessarily a bad guy. However, I'm beginning to believe the argument that perhaps he was too inexperienced for the job. I
think he had the right qualifications personally, but he also had too much naivete and idealism for the job. You can't make changes when you realize
that you're not the one pulling the strings. Somewhere after Week One was when it seemed Obama realized that the Office of the President is just a
figurehead, just like the Monarchy of England...and someone else is using Obama as their Muppet, just as they used George W.
It's easy to hate one person than to hate a system. Presidents make convenient scapegoats, and as long as there is a scapegoat no one cares to dig
any deeper for who really is to blame.
"Presidents are the best Disinfo-Agents/Meat-Shields ever devised!" says the Director of the NSA.
(Fabricated quote...just for the record)