No... And I never did...

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What's there to believe in?

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hope'n'change!

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you might not like the "change" you're left with. Greece like economy on the way....1 trillion in deficit spending each year

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I believe in God, I believe in love, I believe in honesty, I believe in virtues, I believe in respect amongst those who have earned it, but I am smart enough not to believe in Obama.

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You are right nighthunter

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Not really.

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of course i do. so far he is actually surpassing all my expectations. it's frikkin wonderful. lessons are going to be learned. retribution, finally! life's a journey, enjoy the ride. hehehe

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I think people (the smart ones) are starting to see what a big puppet he is

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Yes. He is doing all he can to save this country from the corrosion and destruction which politicians have created.<br />
There is nothing slick about him, he can laugh about it or cry about it. Pick one, and Im glad he is smiling. <br />
Like he sais, if someone had told you that the least of your troubles are Iraq a year ago, who would have believed it?<br />
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He is doing the best he knows how an that man has alot of talent, if he can't pull it off in getting us back on our feet than its up to God alone. <br />
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Have Faith in him, pray for him and yourself.

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Read his autobiographies. he really doesn't like this country as it stands.

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Yes. He's been addressing every major issue since Day One and I do believe we will see that the actions taken will begin to bring us towards economic recovery over the coming months.

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It's now 2011, I wonder if any of those 11 who foolish "liked" your "coming months" prediction have enough sense to reevaluate their position! None, Ill bet! The liberal mind is imperiousness to reality.

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you are right SmrtguyUT. What major issues were addressed? 1.6 Trillion of deficit spending each year and the CBO says it's going to continue for the next 10 years....till we go broke.

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I currently support Obama and hope that he returns this country to sanity.<br />
After the Bush years anything has to feel better.<br />
I think that he has done a wonderful job so far in the intelligent way he has picked his administration and I think that he will have a positive effect on the youth of America and on the economy as long as he can get it done soon.<br />
If you ask if I believe in him I would say rephrase the question and don't make it sound like we are looking at a religious phenomenon or a Messiah

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Picking Joe Biden as his first act after winning the nomination should have been a hint as to what you were voting for!

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What's he done that's sane? spent money like a drunken liberal? blamed it all on Bush. Have you looked at the out of control spending he's doing? He's Bush x 4 ...but...you hated Bush.

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Yes I do believe in him. I also know that nothing is going to be instantaneous. It takes a while for the things he put into affect to actually start working. So I do not expect everything to start getting better right away. I know it will take a while.<br />
I also don't put all of my expectations on him. That is way too much stress for one person to deal with. We all need to do our part as well and not just wait it out.

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But he has all that experience as a community organizer!

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Not to mention Congress continues to thwart so many of the efforts put forth by Obama's administration. Amazing - as the saying goes, "Point a finger and three point back..."

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Seriously, "lightheat"? You blame President Reagan for your or your parent's failures to financially succeed in life?
Well documented history has long established the fact that the United States of America experienced great financial prosperity, expanding the middle-class to record levels, during the years of the Reagan administration, primarily as a result of Mr. Reagan's tax repeals and government deregulation. It is difficult to argue against facts but logic suggests that you will attempt to do so anyway.

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Not to mention that not even the democrats in the senate voted for obama's budget.

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He's doing better in 2 months than Bush did in an entire 8 years. Bush took more than 1/3 of his time as president in vacation time, worst president ever. Obama rocks.

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Huh!? Obama never misses his weekend golf outings. He's big on vacations too, more than Bush. Do you read?

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Obama has more balls than bush or clinton ever did. He's signed more paperwork and done more in the past couple of months than Bush probably has the entire 8 years he's been in office. If he isn't assassinated for being a decent president, I think he'll be one of the best we've ever had. The reason I think he'll be one of the best is because he's young enough to understand what's going on, and has ambition enough to not be afraid to tackle it. He isn't half dead yet, so he actually has a reason to care about our future.

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YES I DO!!!! He's doing the best he can with what he has. I like the fact that he is calling out the corps that are misusing the bail-out money and I like how he reached out to Iran on their special holiday to show them respect. I think the man is just getting started and I will continue to pray for him and OUR country. He's fighting for US. GOBAMA!!!!!!!!!!

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I do, 100%, all the way. He won't be perfect, but no president is, and even if he doesn't want to he's still going to have to play politics, so we have to expect some things to happen that we don't like and don't understand, but in the end I believe he has the countries best interest at heart and all the desicions he makes will ultimately be to benefit the United States.

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Right now he seems to be taking from the poor to bail out the rich. Why should taxpayers bail out all these failed institutions? All I see him doing is helping big business. Time will tell. He is my president whether I like it or not and I will support and pray for him to make wise choices for all Americans. I believe he can. The question is will he?<br />
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If you believe that scooping water from the deep end of the swimming pool and dumping it into the shallow end will make the shallow end deeper; he is right on track!

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I didn't believe in him before he became President I certainly don't believe in him now. All he does is talk he has done nothing to try and stop this and don't scream bail out because we are ALL paying for that.<br />
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I don't see him doing a thing about gas prices, food prices, people losing there jobs there homes. I see nothing. OH I saw that the stocks where at an all time high as they pick up these assets that broke are backs for pennies on the dollar.<br />
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Bush was an idiot. Obama, well anyone that allows people to call them a Messiah which he has is not someone I want to place my trust and faith in.

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ABSOLUTELY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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He's already put in more time taking care of things than Bush did in 8 years.

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I'm a little dis-appointed in the fact that after all the hype that the media has given him and portraying him to be the greatest president ever, that he didn't walk on the water from the Washington Monument to the Capitol Building.<br />
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I'm sure that eventually he may pull this out but the full effect of it won't be felt until his first term is over and if he gets elected again. It is the way for every president they make some changes but they don't go fully into effect for 4 years by then it is someone else at the helm.<br />
Then he gets blamed for the situation that the office had already on the plate.<br />
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Makes you wonder if 9-11 would have still happened if the democrats would have won the white house that year, or would we have been where we are now?

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he's been president for two months. the president can't fix everything and he sure as balls can't do it in 2 months.

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