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How's that 1st two weeks of the obama regime working out for America?

Asked By: We Told You So - 2/4/2009
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BAD PAPER... More
Answered By: b123153h - 2/4/2009
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Just as I suspected. He's a loser and he'll be a failure.
Answered By: Bobbi - 2/4/2009
 
too soon to tell although he did hit the ground running, I give him credit for that....
Answered By: skippy - 2/4/2009
 
Just like we said it was going to. More symbolism no substance.
Answered By: stanleys_2001 - 2/4/2009
 
For the most part, so far so good. If only he would get all this pork removed from his economic stimulus bill.
Answered By: horror_hippie - 2/4/2009
 
Not too well since the Republicans have decided to be poor losers and drag their feet in the passing of any bills. There's a lot of hypocrisy afoot.
Answered By: PJ - 2/4/2009
 
where all going to die with him in office
Answered By: jbmasterdragon - 2/4/2009
 
He is in honey moon phase give him some time you should judge him after he completes 100 days in office.
Answered By: pp - 2/4/2009
 
About $1 trillion in new spending. Not too great. Another politician who will increase the size of government.
Answered By: John C - 2/4/2009
 
Rights for terrorists. Abortions funded worldwide. Tax cheats nominated for leadership. Lobbyists in positions of power. TRILLIONS about to be wasted. I think he is a total fool.
Answered By: Will S - 2/4/2009
 
haaa america has sold there souls to a fool........ he has givng the go ahead to kill millions more babies........DOES AMERICA SERIOUSLY BELIEVE HIM TO BE A GOOD MAN...see i tought americans were smarter than that..,
Answered By: lolly poop - 2/4/2009
 
well turns out he's already "screwed up" ( by appointing tax evaders) by his own addmitance so I think the bubble is already bursting and many of us will have our "I told you so's" cocked and loaded ready to fire * I think -will s- said it best*
Answered By: savvy_pirate72 - 2/4/2009
 
When is the last time you heard the president say, "I screwed up"? It's good to see someone in the White House who is mature enough to admit it for a change.
Answered By: common_sense_is_an_oxymoron - 2/4/2009
 
Disaster but give him some time it will worsen.!~!
Answered By: GIMMIE GIMMIE - 2/4/2009
 
Pretty good considering the complete and utter disaster the Republicans made this country... More
Answered By: KH - 2/4/2009
 
Those who voted for him and are secretly ashamed, are now taking their frustrations out on the now former POTUS who is in Texas where the livin' is easy. The folks left with the guilt of their vote are now singing along with the Everly's, "Bye bye love, bye bye happiness, hello loneliness, I think Im a gonna die, bye... More
Answered By: Goodmom - 2/4/2009
 
AWESOME. He's managed to get a whole lot done despite Republicans doing absolutely nothing but whine and complain.
Answered By: Thomas R - 2/4/2009
 
Still too early to tell, that's why we all bitc h about it in hope the right things will take place. Just wish the majority of Republicans would just quit being cry babies and do something to help. Only a small handful of republicans in power are trying to do anything for us.
Answered By: MrsB - 2/4/2009
 
Well, so far, he hasn't walked on water yet, so he hasn'tlived up to the liberal hype.
Answered By: communists 4ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! - 2/4/2009
 
The strain is breaking him like a Dacian catamite.
Answered By: Legio XIII - 2/4/2009
 
He's doing fine. I'm glad I voted for him.
Answered By: ioerr - 2/4/2009
 
more talk less substance, all politicking via You Tube and his liberal media handlers.
Answered By: chameleon bark - 2/4/2009
 
Well.. I'm very proud of the republican senators and house reps who stood up for their principles--and refused to let obama spread his bad plans--and curtailing obama somewhat--Dems refused to respect or get behind President Bush for 8 years --they complained..and whinnied--if they had a shot at the brass ring--How... More
Answered By: Larr M - 2/4/2009
 
You mean how is it working out on America. He's a dud. No surprise.
Answered By: Randy F - 2/4/2009
 
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