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Why does Braq Obama want Tax paying Americans to serve him, instead of him representing the will of the people?

It seems like he got his job description turned on it's head. Back when the Founding Fathers thought this President Job up, they intended the President to serve the Tax Payers.

Asked By: Obama W. Bush - 3/15/2010
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Despots believe that they are to be adored and served by the serfs. His ego is the problem.
Answered By: Dennis - 3/15/2010
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Were you around for the two Bush's.
Answered By: TarKettle - 3/15/2010
 
In what way is he wanting the tax payer to serve him instead of the other way around. Can you provide any evidence? Or are you just going to be like most of the cons on YA and just make a statement with no basis or back-up, and expect everybody to buy it mindlessly the same way that you did?
Answered By: Kevin - 3/15/2010
 
you are right.
Answered By: rightwing radical 1 - 3/15/2010
 
Stop already with the founding fathers...it is 2010 & you are never going to get back to the past. Wake up! We have one President & you are miserable. It tears you up & you need to get some kind of tranquilzers cause nothing in your trolling is going to make your feel better. Oh, trolling will help for a while but you... More
Answered By: in the vortex - 3/15/2010
 
Perhaps it is because in your conservative-induced coma, you can't see reality. It looks to me as if he is serving us pretty well. Especially well compared to the corporatist and the failed conservative agenda we have had to endure for eight years under the GWB administration (I know how Republicans hate the "B" word!)
Answered By: bob - 3/15/2010
 
It is a result of his Malignant Narcissism... he is a classic presenter. Also, keep in mind that he, and his supporters, think the Constitution is "imperfect"... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JxYDnYgQ5MQ&feature=related
Answered By: Facts Enrage Dembots - 3/15/2010
 
Look at who he is were he came from who he had association with. that may answer your question.
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Answered By: george - 3/15/2010
 
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