Originally posted by jhn7537
Why do all the Obama fans act like great change is coming?? We just had 4 years with Obama and the country is still in shambles, so I'm not sure how
everyone is seeing this great change.... But let's be real, obviously a democratic president who gives free money out to desperate "entitled" folks
will win, he's essentially buying votes... Well at the end of the day I'm allowed to complain over the next 4 years because I voted for Romney. All
you Obama lovers can't complain, you got your wish so you I better not hear a peep out of you over the next term..
I felt extremely ill as I watched Obama's acceptance speech, which is a huge contrast from what I was feeling the night he won in 2008. I had voted
for him, and I was so excited. I cried, and my family and I were dancing around the house. I honestly believed change was coming, the endless wars
were done, and thanked God we were out of the Bush years. Little did I know.
Obama said, he wanted to bring change, but that change was not what I was looking for, and over the past 4 years, as I have matured, I have changed.
I will never vote for a president who gives us TSA in the airport. I cannot fly because I still suffer trauma from a rape, and do not want an agent to
touch me. I cannot believe Obama allows this to go in our airports and allows citizens to be treated as if we are the criminals.
NDAA was another turning point for me. The cowardly drone attacks in Pakistan. This did it all in for me, as I sat one night looking at a photo of a
man in a great deal of pain after losing his wife, newborn, and three children all in one shot, after a drone attack.
Strengthening Bush's policies and extending them. Need I say more?
This is not what I voted for and I did not give him vote again.
I hope he will go back to Washington with a backbone this time and look around at the mess he has created. But I doubt that he will. He is in too deep
now and he won't stop the drone attacks, or the TSA's molestation at the airport, reverse some Bush policies, close the gulag etc.
Maybe next time, there will be a candidate who made me feel the way I did back on election night in 2008, but until then I'm just dreaming.