I didn't vote for Obama. I feel the bashing against him is a bit uncalled for. Yeah, he may not be making any headway to change the United States, but remember that he's trying to clean up a mess that was made EIGHT YEARS before he entered office.
I still think there is a bit of racisim involved even though people won't admit it. I feel that a lot of people may have voted for him just to get a Republican out of the House.
Republicans seem to always cry when a democrat is in office; Democrats seem to always cry when a republican is in office. In a perfect world, people would pay more attention to what the person stands for or what they do and not just the party they are a part of.
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Answer by NotPanicking at 1:37 PM on Oct. 5, 2010
No I didn't vote for Obama but I hoped he would do good things, he has revealed himself to be a progressive. Bush wasn't perfect, not even close, but if you can delude yourself and ignore the careless spending of this administration, so be it... It's a miracle that the Republicans even want to attempt to try to do anything with this awful mess. You all must be aware of the trillions of dollars this admin has wasted to keep their buddies in $$$. The rally on 10/2 was rampant with communist, many of the organizations there have been given our tax $$$. Is this REALLY who you want running our country?
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