I sat here this afternoon after listening to Obama speak with my mouth wide open in awe. Actually, I've been sitting here for almost two weeks now
mouth ajar at what has been going on. I lost it somewhere right after it was confirmed congress would not address this issue until September 9th.
I wanted to scream. I had no one to scream at. I wanted to call someone, who could I call? I wanted to throw something, but what good would that do?
What good would anything do at this point?
I have never seen this woman or her videos before this one. When I started watching I thought she might be a little off, but she wasn't. She was
just as confused and upset as I was, and she wasn't afraid to say it.
I could not write my feelings or voice them any better than she did. Here is the video, disclaimer, language can be a bit harsh.
This is completely irrelevant to the thread, so you're cool
I think he is trying to say it is not right to attack the person but the position of 'the president'. Mr Obama isn't a dictator who can just make
decisions on his own whenever he likes. It is a position and I wouldn't be surprised if those who can represent the US best get a chance at running
for president, but once one is elected it is more or less following orders, strange as it may be appear to some.
There is no democracy in the world. It is just a system to make the people believe they have a say in things and also to prevent them from rioting
because they chose it themselves. So either take it or leave it, and keep yourself healthy in your thoughts, pretending to be sick doesn't help you
or anyone or changes anything and with a clear mind it is easier to see the bigger picture or plan for emigration.
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