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How dare you not thanking Obama for a good job he has done for us common folks?

We need to thank Obama for taking our paycheck and giving it to the politicians and bureaucrats who then spread it around like confetti to their friends and special interests? Another $26 billion for the NEA, another $26 billion dollars to bail out teachers and pensions? They want to us to thank and praise him. Bow to him you common folks. They are able to take your money, give it to the SEIU, the NEA, community activists, federal bureaucrats, state bureaucrats, and you dare complain about it?

Asked By: Christine K - 8/7/2010
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After much thought, I did find it appropriate to thank Obama for a whole litany of accomplishments and deeds performed by the Self-Anointed One... More
Answered By: DontTellMeWhatToThink - 8/8/2010
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You need to stop listening to MSNBC. It's polluting your mind. Obama is a terrible president. He is running the country into the ground.
Answered By: Valerie (I Hate Obama) - 8/7/2010
 
I thank him with a one finger salute everytime I see him on TV
Answered By: Xxzz Xxyyzz - 8/7/2010
 
You can thank the majority of us who DID vote for him. You're Welcome!
Answered By: Rico - 8/7/2010
 
I think obama can kiss my round house kicking shoe.
Answered By: Chuck Norris - 8/7/2010
 
Yeah, since when was the government allowed to spend tax dollars? This isn't the America I grew up in
Answered By: furi0usfungus - 8/7/2010
 
They don't get the joke CK. But it is a good one
Answered By: Billysabadboy - 8/7/2010
 
I have two words for him, one of which is not "thank"; the other is certainly is "you".
Answered By: Jozeph - 8/7/2010
 
I must admit that this is one of the better questions with a twist that most do not get. It is funny and thank you for this good belly laugh that I got from it and the answers that you have gotten.
Answered By: fatboysdaddy - 8/7/2010
 
read his article i wrote about obama might shine some light. pasted it on the bottom =)
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Answered By: Timothy - 8/8/2010
 
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