What's the immediate constructive change will be implemented from Obama?
New president of the United States of America is born. Great speeches but what concrete solutions coming up to expect.
Asked By: Lag - 11/4/2008
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Well, he has already said that he will revoke our right to bear "Small Arms" and will try to get a 400% tax put on Ammunition... More
Answered By: ☺☻☺☻☺☻☺☻☺☻ - 11/4/2008
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Well, we officially have the respect of our allies again.
Answered By: Kazemaru - 11/4/2008
The president doesn't make the decisions, the people behind the curtain do. remember that
Answered By: Kosovo Is Serbian Land - 11/4/2008
Answered By: Unknown & Dubious - 11/4/2008
Our foreign policy for starters. That requires no money, no bills, just listening to our generals on the ground (finally) and building stronger relationships with our allies.
Answered By: bash - 11/4/2008
I think that there will be change but people can't expect him to turn around the country in no time at all because it has been so screwed up and there is a certain process that has to be done to resolve all of the issues. I'd say 8years in office should bring us to a country like the Clinton days! GO OBAMA... More
Answered By: Obama08' ♥ ♥ - 11/4/2008
he said the first thing he wants to go after is our economy. All he's going to do is take the hard working money away from the lawyer and the doctor and give it to the poor and middle class. Because obama believes we should all have equal pay. I don't think it's going to work out. But only time will tell.
Answered By: lifeizluv - 11/4/2008
One world governmentand currency. Then rebuild the temple of David next to Mosque of Omar. Look for the sacrifice of The Red Heifer.
Answered By: White Tornado - 11/4/2008
he does not gets sworn in for another two months, but no major change will come fast
Answered By: sam s - 11/4/2008
he will hang a picture of Hitler over his desk
Answered By: David R - 11/4/2008
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Answered By: ~Pleasure N Pain~ - 11/4/2008
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