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What does everyone think of Obama now?

Yes, yes, I know that he is a popular guy (I even saw him on the cover of Men's Health Magazine today), but do you really think he is doing a good job as President? Why or why not? THE RULES: 1.) Let's make this an intelligent debate here. When I say "WHY OR WHY NOT?". I mean: What factual information can you bring to the table. 2.) Treat this with facts of him being President, not a popular celebrity. Thanks! Are his policies and procedures working for the Amercia, the citizens, and the economy?

Asked By: BlueWolf181 - 10/2/2009
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The same thing I though of him before he was elected. Unlike most I looked into where this man had came from... More
Answered By: badbob85037 - 10/2/2009
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think the same of him that i did before he was elected by the masses.
Answered By: flutterby - 10/2/2009
 
Obama is a good speaker and has good intentions, but good intentions and speaking well doesn't fix anything... More
Answered By: A_man_ - 10/2/2009
 
I don't know what to think about HIM as a person, but from what I can see as the president, he doesn't really know what he stands for and could make a mistake with the healthcare that would be disastrous.
Answered By: MrzBoopie - 10/2/2009
 
I think he is doing a fantastic job and he makes me proud to be an American. I haven't been this enthusiastic about a president since JFK. You have to remember that he is trying to undo what the worst president in our nation's history did.
Answered By: Chris C - 10/2/2009
 
I find a great deal that Obama has done and is doing, either not in the best interests of our country or downright dangerous... More
Answered By: OneDraco - 10/2/2009
 
I think the same as I did before.. he is not to be trusted. When he can come up with a legitimate birth certificate...can explain why he went to a racist church for 20 years...why he is hiring tsars that we have to pay for yet have no control over...can explain why he would waste millions of dollars jetting off to... More
Answered By: Debra H - 10/2/2009
 
Blue... More
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Answered By: cardinal - 10/2/2009
 
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