Disappointed in Obama

December 23, 2008 at 11:10 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 3 Comments
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  1. Hotfiler,

    don’t you think that’s mostly a diversion from Emanuel’s ties to Blago and Geithner’s ties to JP Morgan and the like? I hope we won’t be disappointed, but their is now a slim change we electd another “politician”.

  2. First let me say, I’m for gay marriage, gay people have every right to be miserable and pay alimony just like everyone else.

    Second, I voted for Obama, because I couldn’t see voting for a republican… ever again. Bush has left such a bad taste in our collective mouths that ladles full of Listerine thrown in our faces for the next twenty years won’t get that taste out.

    Third, Obama has repeatedly said that he opposes gay marriage. Guess what? That’s fine, because marriage is more of a state issue and not a figure head issue. If you thought that on his first day in office he was going to sign an executive order that legalized gay marriage, then you probably think he’s going to legalize pot too. As much as both would be very cool, it’s not going to happen.

    Fourth, all the people in the Washington political machine are corrupt, no exceptions. They all act like they hate each other on TV and in the press, then behind closed doors they drink up with each other and compliment each other on how good their attacks were. They play golf together and shag interns in their offices together. It’s called politics.

    Finally, Obama has been the first president in a long time who has put people in his cabinet that politically COMPLETELY disagree with him. Staring with a former first lady.

    Is Obama appeasing the far right with his choice here? Yes. Does he give a rat’s rump about what this guy preaches or thinks or feels? NO! He’s a politician, he’s the best we’ve had in a long time, but in the end, he’s just as good and just as bad as all the rest …but I’m not bitter.

  3. Rick Warren’s appointment does not rob the “spirit of the moment”. What “spirit of the moment”? Are Christians not suppose to be a part of the country anymore? Are they vanquished? Are you not allowed to be against gay marriage? If you are, should you be banned from public office?

    For years all we heard is how Bush did not try to build concensus and when Obama tries to do that with a majority of the population that did not vote for him, Christians, your disappointed?

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