Who here is now better off since Obama has taken office?

Equity in my house is plummeting, the price on everything is rising and my taxes are gonna go up. Great Job President O! 2012 can't come fast enough.

Asked By: - 11/30/2010
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Those that have no intention to work. Unlimited unemployment.
Answered By: You Crazy Dems - 11/30/2010
Additional Answers (14)
the poor
Answered By: Stephen - 11/30/2010
Im WORSE off now than ever before.
Answered By: Enkoodamooaoo - 11/30/2010
Banks. The dirt poor. Corporate interests. Obama sucks. I would be surprised if the Democrats put him on the ticket again.
Answered By: Self Defense Is a Natural Right - 11/30/2010
I know 3 people who have lost their jobs. And It is getting more and more expensive at the grocery store. Things are getting tougher for middle class families.....defenitely not the kind of change we were hoping for.
Answered By: Lady Laissez Faire - 11/30/2010
Insurance companies who now have thousands being forced to buy into healthcare under the healthcare bill. Lobbyists who work for said companies.
Answered By: Redsawdom - 11/30/2010
I am. stock portfolio is up nearly 40%.
Answered By: truth seeker - 11/30/2010
No one that I know ! In fact I know many baby boomers who where nearing retirement who have now found themselves unemployed for the first time in their adult life ! It isn't pretty !
Answered By: eugene jeep - 11/30/2010
If you're worse off than you were a while ago, why not blame yourself? Party of personal responsibility my @55.
Answered By: E - 11/30/2010
I am doing fine under Obama, about the same as under Bush.What prices are going up? We have inflation now? 2012 will come.I hope we will both be happier.Good job, Brownie sticks in my mind.
Answered By: Pretty Kettle of Fish - 11/30/2010
Obama is wants to extend your tax cuts, the equity in your house is Bush's fault and it is going to get worse!
Answered By: Old School MC - 11/30/2010
Overall, it has only benefited the uber-rich, civil servants, and the political classes
Answered By: Doc Awesome - 11/30/2010
No one except for the lazy people. He is ruining our econmy and my generation will have to pay off all his debth.
Answered By: Lisa Pepper - 11/30/2010
We all got Tax Break, but none of you would admit it... More
Answered By: zuma - 11/30/2010
I am, thanks to the President, relatives of mine who have chronic illnesses can no longer be denied insurance due to pre-existing conditions.
Answered By: avomatic - 11/30/2010
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