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What happened to Obama's promise of change?

His cabinet looks like the Clinton administration. That isn't change its just 4 more years of the same old stuff!

Asked By: yager19 - 11/24/2008
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OBAMA? What happened to Jimmy Carter's exact same promises of change 30 years ago... More
Answered By: gosam777 - 11/24/2008
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The only change we're gonna get is what's left in our pockets after paying all the taxes he's going to raise.
Answered By: Christopher K - 11/24/2008
 
did you forget that weve had the same president for the last eight years and now we have a dfferent one? did you forget how good our economy was with clinton?you republicans sure are silly.
Answered By: Oh wait, you forgot to block me! - 11/24/2008
 
Maybe it is but theres a new captain at the helm, they will do what HE says not what they did years ago. I ain't even American and can see that
Answered By: 'Kilo - 11/24/2008
 
God this is tiresome. It's the same question over and over and with no thought behind it.
Answered By: Morbius - 11/24/2008
 
um no, the same old stuff would be more know nothing republicans. He is going to be like Lincoln, having both Democrats and republicans in his cabinet. As of right now, we don't see any change because we still have the idiot Bush in office. January 20, 2009- that's when change will come... :)
Answered By: moels007 - 11/24/2008
 
That's true. But people say that kind of stuff so more people will get on their side and vote for them. So he was telling fibs so people vote for him.
Answered By: Saberr A - 11/24/2008
 
We are not getting four year's of the same stuff. If McCain had won then we would be getting the same stuff we had for the past 8 years, and look where that got us...i don't even need to say where our country's at right now. Relax, he hasn't even been inaugurated yet. We have at least a year plus to see change, and I... More
Answered By: Destiny - 11/24/2008
 
Welcome to your next four years... More
Answered By: votered2012 - 11/24/2008
 
He did change - his mind.
Answered By: Indred Cold - 11/24/2008
 
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