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The man could be made out of star dust, sprinkles and sugar -- people would still hate him. Obama could solve all the worlds problems and bring people back from the dead...people would still hate him.
Hate him? I don't even know who he is. His policies and his disregard for the limitations of the US constitution is the problem
Sometimes I feel the anti-Obama rhetoric is very reminiscent of hating an NFL football team's quarterback. I hear the same level (maybe more) of rabble and distaste for men like Peyton Manning as I do for Obama.
Or NDAA and preemptively killing american citizens without a trial
Really America, really? Is politics nothing more than a spectator sport to you? Most good Americans hate "bandwagon" NFL fans, and the anti-Obama "team" smells a lot like a bandwagon to me.
Sports is not real. National policy is.
It's easy to jump on board the hate-train, negativity feels good to dish out. Just remember, it's easier to dish out than it is to take.
Or jump on the apology train
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It's much easier to point out what someone is doing wrong than what they're doing right. Dishing out scrutiny and negativity feels good, and it also shifts and misdirects the attention/focus from the real issues.
It bothers me that no matter who it is, or what they do -- we can't like our President.
We do have laws.
They are for everyone or no one.