Obama's policies????

so many people like obama but i dont even know what he stands for. Any help?

Asked By: <3dogs - 7/5/2008
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I am afraid. I am terribly afraid that America stands on the brink of turning over the reins of government to the most liberal senator in recent times and, with a Democrat Congress, we are in terrible danger of his getting his way on all of his proposals, no matter how far out. Extreme liberalism is only a half-step... More
Answered By: Gerald G - 7/5/2008
Additional Answers (37)
he changes the few policies we know about faster than his underwear.
Answered By: Hippie Music - 7/5/2008
go read your newspapers....You will learn more if you do the research yourself!
Answered By: susi - 7/5/2008
Sorry, I can't help. My boy continues to confuse me with all of his flip-flopping? I get a headache listening to my boy. But, President Barack HUSSEIN Obama would assuage my WHITE GUILT!!!
Answered By: Jimmy - 7/5/2008
Socialized health care and more entitlements.
Answered By: LeAnne - 7/5/2008
go to or all the information you need will be found there
Answered By: RepubliKKKans R Inept Dunces - 7/5/2008
Obama changes with the wind. He is not a very consistent politician as he changes to get more votes. He out liberalized Hilary and now he will be more conservative then John McCain
Answered By: P.L. Y - 7/5/2008
Check out you'll find what he stands for. Don't listen to the hate-mongering and decide for yourself if he is who is right for you.
Answered By: patriotic italienne™ v1.02 - 7/5/2008
Answered By: Uncle Ben - 7/5/2008
"go to or More
Answered By: Janny - 7/5/2008
He stands for himself...a perfect sociopathic profile.
Answered By: I'mlistening - 7/5/2008
This is the best place to get the information you requested.
Answered By: U.S.Veteran - 7/5/2008
The only policy he has not flip flopped on is that he wants to be President... More
Answered By: McFriend - 7/5/2008
.......................It is hard to figure him out he just keep change his policies everything time the wind change direction... More
Answered By: Raina H - 7/5/2008
1: McCain intends to continue on with Bush's economic plans. Last November, my tuition fund was at 40,000 dollars, it is now down to 1,700 dollars, and yet Bush says we are not in a recession. My mother lost 180,000 dollars by the way. This will be the first time in 30 years that she has not voted republican... More
Answered By: Ri - 7/5/2008
He's a megalomaniac who wants to be king of the world and make america pay for it.
Answered By: termina - 7/5/2008
On abortion... More
Answered By: KindofCurious - 7/5/2008 has a 64 page plan that covers his suggestions on how to make our country a better place.
Answered By: slickchiksix - 7/5/2008
I will tell you if you like the state of the country vote Mc Cain but if you want a more inclusive form of government that listens to us the people vote Obama.
Answered By: jero - 7/5/2008
He wants to become a president after serving the u.s senate for three years and after voting present more than 100 times in his home state, isn't that enough? How more clear he could be, give him a break!!
Answered By: knightlove - 7/5/2008
DON'T TRUST THESE ANSWERS you need to do your own research and stop being so lazy as to ask a question on yahoo answers. To be a truly educated voter I suggest which list all the various bills he voted for, after that you need to cross-check may I suggest and follow it up by positions on... More
Answered By: kevin22892289 - 7/5/2008
He stands for truth justice and the American way holla at ya boy
Answered By: - 7/5/2008
These people think they are watching American Idol.
Answered By: BMF - 7/5/2008
NEITHER do the rest of us. Originally, he was the furthest to the left of any of the Senators and criticized Hillary, McCain and Bush. However, in an effort to secure more votes he began moving to the middle and wearing a flag pin. Now he has adopted Hillary's, McCain's and Bush's policies. However, he is a liar... More
Answered By: Answers202 - 7/5/2008
Just put your wet finger in the wind aka the obama policy of the day
Answered By: vols0872 - 7/5/2008
no definite yet as he is trying to "refine" all of them to suit the ears of the listeners.
Answered By: u.r.crabs - 7/5/2008
He is for a Windfall Tax on Oil Companies,Carter tried something similar which resulted in less supply,waiting lines,Gas rationing and nearly doubled the price... More
Answered By: August For President - 7/5/2008
Here you go.....The Manifesto of the Communist Party
Answered By: steve h - 7/5/2008
Obama summed up in a small package... More
Answered By: nursekat - 7/5/2008
Can't help you there. Sorry... More
Answered By: southern_lady_anita - 7/5/2008
The political solution of "universal healthcare" embraced by Bacrack Obama, will not necessarily ease that problem... More
Answered By: Common Sense - 7/5/2008
If I type it myself, I will end up sounding biased... Wikipedia is pretty unbiased, so read up and decide for yourself!
Answered By: I ♥ Chocolate Milk! - 7/5/2008
It's very easy to find out what he stands for, considering he has basically every campaign speech he's ever given on Youtube and moderately descriptive policy platforms on his website... More
Answered By: Elminster - 7/5/2008
Obama stands for... More
Answered By: parisa22 - 7/5/2008
first off you have to look at the key issues obama stands for. 1) he doesnt take special interest money, lobbiest money, or bundleing money. He wants to end special interest influence over our society (which have crippled our society) that in itself gets my vote
Answered By: Thomas L - 7/5/2008
He stands for change, putting this country back together again, he stands for all Americans, not just the rich, he stands for peace which is why he wants to talk with our enemies and more imprtant than anything he is offering us hope. Bush pretty much took that away from us a long time ago.
Answered By: Larry S - 7/5/2008 this should help you understand, and fear the supreme potentate, Obama. i would think that all his policies would reflect his views as he expressed here!
Answered By: LYON O - 7/5/2008
Many issues my dear: Stop the crazy wars, Health care for every Americans, Spend the money at home and not on Iraq war, Education, Bring jobs back home from China and Reform the lobbyist system of government and give the government back to the people.
Answered By: Rich N - 7/6/2008
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