Have your perspective towards Obama changed for the better or worse compared to 6 months ago?

Asked By: Classified? - 9/11/2008
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Much better... More
Answered By: captin_sarcastic - 9/11/2008
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Worse He is still all talk and no substance
Answered By: Saracuda - 9/11/2008
link says it all
Answered By: bill t - 9/11/2008
Not really but the primary lasted so long it seems like a long drawn out election on the democratic side
Answered By: Do the right thing - 9/11/2008
My opposition to Obama has become greater. Everything we learn about him gives us more reason to oppose him. His associates, his mentors, his friends are all of the worst society has to offer.
Answered By: Rev. Cleophus - 9/11/2008
I still see him as inexperienced. His latest gaff with the pig comment, just shows that he is undisciplined and not very presidential... More
Answered By: nonobadpony - 9/11/2008
the obamanation of desolation,.. did not like him then,.. do not like him now,.. although he is a great ambiguous speaker of nada,.. just poo that he spew,.. i e a e,.. unificationist,..
Answered By: unificationist - 9/11/2008
For the better because he practices what he preaches. With all the negative crap that McCain has thrown at him, he does not retaliate like most people would. I am basically a pacifist, but when I hear the lies that McCain spreads about Obama, I want to rip that smug smile off his face. And maybe Obama does too, but he... More
Answered By: moonshadow - 9/11/2008
Worse he has changed his positions on so may issues its hard to figure out where he stands on anything. And the whole picking Biden as he VP told me he is not changing anything.
Answered By: 67 Bronco - 9/11/2008
For better because he is the one person who has remained the same throughout this entire election. He has proved to me that no matter what people try to throw his way that he knows how to take the high rode and stick to the things that really matter like discussing the concerns of the American people. He has proven... More
Answered By: Sasha - 9/11/2008
Much better
Answered By: ask h - 9/11/2008
Six months ago I was still *trying* to like him Now, I have no respect for him. He is currently my Senator and I don;t even want him to come back here! I'm hoping he will slink away after this election. Perhaps he'll go back to being a community organizer.
Answered By: susanmaried - 9/11/2008
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