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What has Obama done to qualify him for the job of the most powerful job on the planet?

He can do nothing but talk and he will never win over anyone

Asked By: Jackson F - 8/27/2008
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Answered By: tickled blue - 8/27/2008
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Not a d**n thing. He thinks he is entitled to the office.
Answered By: TYPICAL AMERICAN - 8/27/2008
 
What has McCain done ? nothing, At least Obama is great community Organizer, McCain even can not organize his finances, he does not know about his houses. McCain is just expert in lying and bull shitting to other people.
Answered By: McCain is racist - 8/27/2008
 
After the last 8 years My Pet Goat is qualified.
Answered By: subwlimnuflik - 8/27/2008
 
Bush isn't qualified to work at Walmart, let alone run this country.
Answered By: JL - 8/27/2008
 
Win the election...whoops I let the cat out of the bag.
Answered By: brown9488@att.net - 8/27/2008
 
You shouldn't ask substantive questions like that. He brings "hope".
Answered By: Matt - 8/27/2008
 
He's nominated and will win. The choices he made have been the right ones. To the point that current administration is implementing his strategies. Pay attention!
Answered By: delphi - 8/27/2008
 
Hated America, used crack, belonged to a racial separatist organization claiming to be a church and associated with terrorists, criminals and every other anti-establishment group. Perfect credentials to be the Democrat party nominee.
Answered By: Dreams from my Marxist Mammy - 8/27/2008
 
McCain has done alot more then Obama... More
Answered By: ajr2012 - 8/27/2008
 
Obama sponsored more than 800 bills during his eight years as an Illinois state senator. And his U.S. Senate career, while brief, has been action-packed... More
Answered By: itsyourworld_changeit - 8/27/2008
 
Barack Obama could have done anything after he graduated from college. With all his talent and promise, he could have written his ticket to Wall Street. But that's not what he chose to do. He chose to go to Chicago. The South Side. There he met men and women who had lost their jobs. Their neighborhood was devastated... More
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Answered By: phuckucons - 8/27/2008
 
Obama is probably a decent man and father in his own right, but I am mystified as to why he as a first term, done nothing yet ,senator has risen to such a lofty set of circumstances. He could possibly win this race, and what will we have? an out of control government run by a democratic congress.His power will be as a... More
Answered By: Vernon C - 8/27/2008
 
nothing... you are correct
Answered By: Granny - 8/27/2008
 
Dahhhh Nothing!! Junior senator from Illinois Biden doesn't believe in him V.P. he took it because he is retiring soon and V.P. is a good way to go out if Obama wins LOL
Answered By: ATJ - 8/27/2008
 
1) He is intelligent.......... Bush is not and McCain is not..... 894 in a class of 899... More
Answered By: just me - 8/27/2008
 
People keep asking this same dumb question... More
Answered By: nathan f - 8/27/2008
 
Given good speeches. Gotta hand it to him, he knows how to herd the sheep.
Answered By: Alex C - 8/27/2008
 
He met the Constitutional requirements. If you are anti Constitutional and anti American..... Stay, and argue your anti American opinions.
Answered By: Think 1st - 8/27/2008
 
He stapled fliers to telephone poles in Chicago.
Answered By: Jack Bauer - 8/27/2008
 
He passed the age requirement. If he makes it to the white house, we can all kiss our Hope goodbye. "And that is change you can bank on"!
Answered By: dadof7n2001 - 8/27/2008
 
Run as a Democrat. That's enough right now.
Answered By: Dexmonte - 8/27/2008
 
If he was responsible for all these senate bills that explained the terrible approval rating of the senate. Maybe he should have stayed home more often. Just plain gridlock in the senate
Answered By: Scott G - 8/27/2008
 
Per the constitution, he is a natural born American citizen and old enough to qualify. The rest is up to the voters.
Answered By: Kate L - 8/27/2008
 
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