What are your expecting from President elect Obama during his first term as President?
Asked By: Dust In The Wind - 11/14/2008
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It may take two terms but this is the plan... More
Answered By: Timothy S - 11/14/2008
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I expect him to keep his mouth shut and do his job.
Answered By: Bitter Half - 11/14/2008
Half 1st term, Half 2nd term. Hohohohohohohohohohohoho.
Answered By: Sir Singleton - 11/14/2008
Higher and higher taxes!!! More socialism and loss of individual rights/freedoms.
Answered By: cowbignbrown - 11/14/2008
What would any intelligent voter want?? He should keep his campaign promises which he is already "back peddling" on.
Answered By: chargerman - 11/14/2008
Not a lot. It's going to take a least the length of his 4 year term to try to straighten out the economy. He faces the sames challenges that Bush did.
Answered By: CAT ^ - 11/14/2008
We will be down to bailing out the fast food industry and appointing czars. And change - a whoooole lot of change.
Answered By: Khala H - 11/14/2008
I expect the recovery of our economy through Job creation and Job encouragement.
Answered By: bluechristy12 - 11/14/2008
Not much. It takes a while to turn a ship around. He probably won't see the rewards of his efforts until his second term
Answered By: MikeNichols - 11/14/2008
Bring hope to the people.
Answered By: datukchew - 11/14/2008
I expect him to sit back and do nothing. The democrat machine will run everything. He's merely their puppet. He's such a moron. He will sign whatever comes across his desk because that's what he was told he had to do.
Answered By: Beth - 11/14/2008
He is going to fulfill obligations demanded of him in return for his presidency. He has a lot of outstanding markers to the far left who will destroy this country. I expect he will expand the level of corruption and greed in the government and the democratic party beyond its current limits.
Answered By: TiedtoaRainbow - 11/14/2008
To try and stop the bleeding from the wounds inflicted by the current administration and get us back on the path to being the great country we've always been.
Answered By: seabeepo1 - 11/14/2008
You would think that he would attempt to keep his campaign promises, but he made so many. His supporters will not accept he does any thing wrong and his opposition will think he has not done anything right. I said before I will support him on the issues we agree upon, and respectfully disagree with him on the issues we... More
Answered By: American Fiscal Conservative - 11/14/2008
Higher taxes, loss of the 1st amendment and possibly the 2nd ammendment. Fairness Doctrine within months, no more talk radio unless it is a liberal. Many companies to go bankrupt and the cost of fuel to sky rocket. Oh, and most likely a terrorist attack or two. That about sums it up for the first year....
Answered By: sl - 11/14/2008
i expect lots of talk about change and nothing much done. and alot of mad people
Answered By: pixidoas243w - 11/14/2008
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Answered By: doomsdaybushed - 11/14/2008
Not bloody much...
Answered By: lrd00a - 11/14/2008
In Communist AmeriKa Food Noms YOU
Answered By: scullycj - 11/14/2008
To lynch people like you asking stupid questions like this.
Answered By: Maybury - 11/14/2008
Fewer invasions and occupations of nonthreatening foreign countries.
Answered By: N. Cognito - 11/14/2008
Actually I'm not expecting that much. If he just undoes some of the damage Bush does, reverses the country's direction, that would be a lot... More
Answered By: It's That Guy - 11/14/2008
Cut the military down... More
Answered By: Nick A - 11/14/2008
I am expecting him to continue to pursue the same agenda he had in Illinois. Lets examine. One of the highest state taxes in the country. One of the worst average MEAP scores in the country. One of the highest crime rates in the country. Voting 4 seperate times for bills that were aiming at making it legal for a baby... More
Answered By: JesusRox - 11/14/2008
Everything that he promised... More
Answered By: MissDeviance - 11/14/2008
Higher taxes, job loss rate records, weak military, the end of the middle class, end of US based business, poor healthcare, and poverty.
Answered By: Jim's Room@ Morrison Hotel - 11/14/2008
let's see...where to start?? we will have even higher taxes, more job loss, more home loss, an attack on America (hopefully not, but he will not be able to handle it if it does happen). pretty dim outlook for the long run.
Answered By: juanitab - 11/14/2008
A World tour..official.
Answered By: Buzzzbe - 11/14/2008
im expecting him to do as he says, make a change in the US i swear if McCain won the world we living in would be worst than it is right now, but im really looking foward to looking to seeing what Obama would do for us not only black people but every one from every race in the United states
Answered By: Lee Bee - 11/14/2008
Expecting from President elect Obama to deliver the goods, i.e. please start fulfilling your promises.
Answered By: s hari - 11/15/2008
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