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K.Bullock
02-19-2009, 04:21 PM
Chicago traders not happy with stimulus package: http://www.cnbc.com/id/15840232?video=1039849853 :eek:

lexscripta
02-19-2009, 08:59 PM
Some folks are really worried now that Obama is in office. I am hearing a lot of things, mostly "inexperience", and some people say "Oh, the poor guy is on his own after the mess he has been left with..."

I was a little concerned when he got it office, but I really want to see him succeed... I don't know why - I guess because he is the President, and because he really is an underdog.

I wonder if when he is alone he thinks... Prays... Oh Lord, what did I get myself into...

I have to be honest, at first I didn't like him. I really don't like most politicians. But I want him to win at this Job. Heck, I guess I would even back him up as long as he holds integrity close, and just tries to do right.

K.Bullock
02-19-2009, 09:02 PM
Some folks are really worried now that Obama is in office. I am hearing a lot of things, mostly "inexperience", and some people say "Oh, the poor guy is on his own after the mess he has been left with..."

I was a little concerned when he got it office, but I really want to see him succeed... I don't know why - I guess because he is the President, and because he really is an underdog.

I wonder if when he is alone he thinks... Prays... Oh Lord, what dod I get myself into...

I totally agree! :D

Joe Dutro
02-19-2009, 09:21 PM
They hit the nail on the head.

JDogger
02-19-2009, 10:29 PM
Welcome to RTF, Lexscripta. There are many sharks in these waters. If you post, be prepared to be bitten. Maintain a tough skin. And...always a sense of humor.

JD


Some folks are really worried now that Obama is in office. I am hearing a lot of things, mostly "inexperience", and some people say "Oh, the poor guy is on his own after the mess he has been left with..."

I was a little concerned when he got it office, but I really want to see him succeed... I don't know why - I guess because he is the President, and because he really is an underdog.

I wonder if when he is alone he thinks... Prays... Oh Lord, what did I get myself into...

I have to be honest, at first I didn't like him. I really don't like most politicians. But I want him to win at this Job. Heck, I guess I would even back him up as long as he holds integrity close, and just tries to do right.

K.Bullock
02-20-2009, 06:15 AM
Welcome to RTF, Lexscripta. There are many sharks in these waters. If you post, be prepared to be bitten. Maintain a tough skin. And...always a sense of humor.

JD

:lol::lol: Yes, good advice. A ball bat and a sense of humor are recommended/required if you have one.;) Welcome to RTF.

Patrick Johndrow
02-20-2009, 08:38 AM
It has started :)

K.Bullock
02-20-2009, 09:18 AM
It has started :)

Just imagine the money we could save if we just stopped paying our bills. Geesh, I could get three more dogs. I am beginning to grow fond of Obama. :cool:

ErinsEdge
02-20-2009, 09:19 AM
I wonder if when he is alone he thinks... Prays... Oh Lord, what did I get myself into...
Not yet..I think he is too high on power.

Julie R.
02-20-2009, 09:45 AM
I too hoped the president would succeed and that despite his inexperience he would at least surround himself with decent staff that would at least try to look at the big picture. Between the tax cheats, influence peddlers and those that can be rented or bought outright, it's not looking good for the messiah. Although he's such a narcissist I doubt he ever has a sleepless night over the havoc he's wreaking.

Chicago tea party indeed!

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Bob Gutermuth
02-20-2009, 10:04 AM
If the 'messiah' succeeds, America fails!

Franco
02-20-2009, 01:18 PM
I have to be honest, at first I didn't like him. I really don't like most politicians. But I want him to win at this Job. Heck, I guess I would even back him up as long as he holds integrity close, and just tries to do right.

This reads like you are a young person, maybe a teen. Youth tends to be more forgiving and idealistic. Then one grows up and realizes that no one is going to make it for you, not even the govenment. There are no shortcuts to security ans prosperity, we have to pay that price to get there. Obomo's socialism rewards the under-achievers and makes them wards of the state. The best thing we can do is get Obomo, Pelosi, Reid, Dodd, Frank and about 100 other folks out of our federal govenment.

BrianW
02-21-2009, 09:25 AM
but I really want to see him succeed... I don't know why - I guess because he is the President, and because he really is an underdog.

But I want him to win at this Job. Heck, I guess I would even back him up as long as he holds integrity close, and just tries to do right.

What do you want him to "succeed" at? Making us slaves to an increasingly fascist state that will spy on us and invade our homes, with no dissenting voice and no means to defend ourselves from the coming tyranny?

How does he "hold integrity close" by appointing tax cheats and lobbyists to offices in direct violation of his campaign promises? Is it by ramming through legislation that no one has a chance to read with "crisis/catastrophe" fear mongering while he flies back to Chicago for Valentines Day dinner?
Is 'just tries to do right" saying that it's ok not to pay your taxes because "it was just a honest mistake"? Or showing us that those who do play by the rules will get penalized while those that don't get rewarded?

Common sense has gone "through the looking glass" and we're all going to suffer from it for a long time to come.