Why are people starting to jump off the Obama bandwagon, is because they did not think that that spoiled rich kid named George W. Bush really did any serious damage. That is the probelm with American thinkers. They feel that no matter what economical damage that republicans do, a democrat will come in office and clean up their mess.
People expect the same from Obama, that they got from Clinton when he cleaned up the mess of George Bush Sr. Now former president George W. Bush has spent more money than all the presidents combined, and has been doing it consistantly for 8 reckless years. Now we all expect Obama to come marching in and claen this crap up in 100 days?
Maybe now Americans will stop thinking that Republicans are the answer to curing the images of blowjobs in the white house. Maybe once Americans stop pretendding to be politicaly smart, and actualy examine the recklessness of domesticc policies, at the hands of republican leaders, then maybe they will not get in this probelm next time.
President Clinton balanced the budget, and if we elected his vice president Gore to office, we would not have these probelms in America today. But instead we allow one blowjob at 1600 Pennsylvania avenue to cloud our thinking and judgement.
I quess Al Gore must be saying to himself, "DAM Bill is the one who got the blow job, and it cost me the election"? Like how the hell did that happen? lol
But maybe when we as voters become better educated, we will not have to find intelligent black men to clean up the mess of a spoiled ignorant "C" student, that talks with food packed in his mouth, and yet to produce WMD (weapons of mass destruction) in Iraq.
Give Obama a chance to do his job. This cure will not come overnight. It took Bush 8 years to destroy what Clinton built. Give Obama his 8 to clean up the mess.
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