posted on Sep, 9 2009 @ 11:22 AM
Originally posted by useless eaters
reply to post by Agree2Disagree
Could have seen this one coming a mile away, and so typical of liberal thought. Just more of the sickning, puke and vomit, idea that the liberal loves
your child more than you do, and therefore knows more about whats right for your child than you do.
You are nothing but control freaks. The only value a child has for you is a tool to further your insane agenda. LEAVE THE KIDS ALONE!
you are assuming every single person who speaks for obama is liberal, while i personally know of many liberals who disagree with obama and many
conservatives who like obama.
i am an independent. do i think obama is perfect? no. do i think any president we have had in the past is perfect? no. the bottom line is we havent
really gotten to see yet what he can do. He hasnt been in office that long. He is having to wipe the slate clean from the toll bush did to us.. and i
can only imagine that isnt the easiest job in the world, and will take more than a year to get things back in order.
if you learn patience maybe your life will be better. too many people expect for this new president to come in and make life peachy and great.. and it
just doesnt work that way. learn patience.
personally, i dont think obama is that bad of a guy. i dont think he is a great president either.. but i believe he needs to be given more time to
show us what he is or is not capable of.
there are many problems with america. for you to put all of your faith into one man is a mistake, no matter how great the president was anyways.
if you cant do the work to make your life better on your own, and you rely on the government to do that for you, you are just a lazy human being.
as for obama's speech to the children. NOT A BIG DEAL. for once we have a president who actually cares about the bullcrap direction children are
heading in. teenage pregnancies are skyrocketing, kids have the WORST attitudes ive ever seen.. kids start drinking and doing drugs and having sex at
incredibly early ages... I think it has a lot to do with the fact that nowadays both parents work long hours instead of the past when one parent
stayed home to take care of the kids. When you are gone from your child for most of the day, who are they supposed to learn from?