What advice and input would you offer President Obama as he enters what will be the toughest 4 yrs of his life?

Personally, I wish him well, good health, and protection from the anger of the world around him. I hope that he is gifted with insight and knowledge that will bring peace to America, both from within our borders and outside them, as well. I hope and pray that he is given the strength to study any given situation that may beset him and choose the best option. Above all, may you and your family be safe and peaceful while doing your job. Special note to Singer: I didnt vote for Obama nor did I feel **then** that he was the best person for the job. Now that he is our 44th President, I will give him my loyalty and support, and spend my energy on positives, not negatives...and I suggest the entire USA take a lesson from that thought.

Asked By: Proper Gentleman - 1/20/2009
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I agree with you. I did not vote for him either nor can I stand his plans and policies that he campaigned for. BUT, I will put that aside and hope he does the best he can. My personal advice for him would be to seal the borders, do not gut the military, dont let my brothers and sisters who have died in Iraq and... More
Answered By: Cigar_Fan - 1/20/2009
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AMEN to that
Answered By: tyrone b - 1/20/2009
To stop the campaign slogans and actually do the job.
Answered By: Hey there - 1/20/2009
Wage a campaign of terror against all hate groups such as the Aryan Brotherhood, neo-nazis etc. Also seal the f*cking borders, make it a captial crime to sneak across the border.
Answered By: Castro F - 1/20/2009
looks like you covered it pretty good
Answered By: mickeydog - 1/20/2009
I wonder if you prayed the same "prayer" for the other presidents, especially President Bush. If not what a joke!
Answered By: Singerofsongs - 1/20/2009
yeah i never much liked him....well i still don't him but i respect him and that's what matters. advise? hire McCain as a consultant and stair clear of the media (their the ones that gave Bush so much crap he didn't need) actually since bush did a great job but got slammed maybe Obama should do a crappy job on purpose... More
Answered By: Delta 07 - 1/21/2009
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