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Lafayette, LA

#1 Sep 18, 2010
As soon as he figures out how to walk through that gate holding an umbrella, he'll take care of the economy, health care, Wall Street, Iraq , Afghanistan , unemployment and a few things more.
But first things first.
tifi

Dallas, TX

#2 Sep 18, 2010
Don't hold your breath on either the umbrella or the needs of the US. I don't think too many people can handle an umbrella, myself included. They have to be the most awkward invention ever made. And as for the economy, I'm so strapped and tight with finances, I don't think WD 40 can take care of the squeak. At least not for the next 2 years.
Angel With Blue Eyes

Lafayette, LA

#3 Sep 20, 2010
Thanks for the photo. I will refer to it often when the news is all about how great a leader we
now have. But most of all I will refer to it on Election Day 2012 when I will not vote for this man!

Since: Oct 10

United States

#4 Oct 25, 2010
I vthink he is the worst president we have ever seen in the history of the United States.
You Think

Abbeville, LA

#5 Oct 25, 2010
jesusfreak171 wrote:
I vthink he is the worst president we have ever seen in the history of the United States.
You think?
passPot2

Lafayette, LA

#6 Oct 27, 2010
Twenty five years ago, I worked in a retail outlet in lafayette. An less competent co-worker got the management promotion. He was a nice guy and a good employee. I remember wondering to myself, how on earth did the district manager see Frank as store management material.
For the next year, I watched as Frank fumbled and stumbled as a store manager. After the second year, I began to feel sorry for Frank. He was in over his head. He was losing more hair. His face grew older. He had wanted this job for years, but his personality did not fit that job. I left this job a few months later. I look back and think about the district manager who was surely incompetent for putting Frank in a promotion he was not qualified for.
As I watch Pres. Obama speak on t.v. he looks so much like Frank. He looks so much like a person in a job, that he will never fit in. He looks like a man who was never qualified, nor could he ever be qualified for this job. As someone else said, "I keep waiting for him to look like a world leader, but I realize he will never, because he isn't world leader material.
Right On

Abbeville, LA

#7 Oct 27, 2010
passPot2 wrote:
Twenty five years ago, I worked in a retail outlet in lafayette. An less competent co-worker got the management promotion. He was a nice guy and a good employee. I remember wondering to myself, how on earth did the district manager see Frank as store management material.
For the next year, I watched as Frank fumbled and stumbled as a store manager. After the second year, I began to feel sorry for Frank. He was in over his head. He was losing more hair. His face grew older. He had wanted this job for years, but his personality did not fit that job. I left this job a few months later. I look back and think about the district manager who was surely incompetent for putting Frank in a promotion he was not qualified for.
As I watch Pres. Obama speak on t.v. he looks so much like Frank. He looks so much like a person in a job, that he will never fit in. He looks like a man who was never qualified, nor could he ever be qualified for this job. As someone else said, "I keep waiting for him to look like a world leader, but I realize he will never, because he isn't world leader material.
Great comparison and reminder to be careful for what you ask for.
equal time

Crowley, LA

#8 Oct 27, 2010
Angel With Blue Eyes wrote:
Thanks for the photo. I will refer to it often when the news is all about how great a leader we
now have. But most of all I will refer to it on Election Day 2012 when I will not vote for this man!
While you're at it, refer to this one when reminiscing about what a great leader we used to have and who was so presidential! http://www.uha.com/bush_finger.jpg
passPot2

Lafayette, LA

#9 Oct 27, 2010
Do you know what educated professional black men are saying today? Most of them say "I never thought he would make a good president, but I voted for him, because I always wanted to see America with a black president,"
equal time

Crowley, LA

#10 Oct 27, 2010
passPot2 wrote:
Do you know what educated professional black men are saying today? Most of them say "I never thought he would make a good president, but I voted for him, because I always wanted to see America with a black president,"
keep in mind that the alternative was Geezer/Dingbat
I no

Abbeville, LA

#11 Feb 6, 2011
I no he is what u say he is. Now define IS!2863
WHAT!!!

Abbeville, LA

#12 Feb 6, 2011
Our president....no your president. I have none because I disowned him before he was even elected. I am governed by no one, I just let them have the illusion... Cant wait for Judgement day
WHAT!!!

Abbeville, LA

#13 Feb 6, 2011
By the way noone in the world takes this guy seriously. When he speaks you can see all the other world leaders facial expressions in the back ground going "Brother PLEASE"
Turnout

Abbeville, LA

#14 Feb 6, 2011
[QUOTE who="WHAT!!!"]By the way noone in the world takes this guy seriously. When he speaks you can see all the other world leaders facial expressions in the back ground going "Brother PLEASE"[/QUOTE]I wonder if he is even constitutionally allowed to be president. I think he was born in a foreign country.
Prez Voter-2012

Abbeville, LA

#15 Feb 6, 2011
I have not always in the past agreed with former Presidents decisions, actions, or handling of certain issues facing the United States of America but thank god I never placed energy in criticizing any of them so terribly. I have never witnessed a President that has been disrespected so horribly.
I have never judged anyone based on their skin color therefore I won't start now.
Not that it matters, but I am not of the Black Race and I am so looking forward to going and cast my vote for President Obama in 2012.
And to each of you that want him gone, you do have the right to vote against him.
Just my opinion. And we all have one.
pissed

Kaplan, LA

#16 Feb 6, 2011
i hate black people, and i love obama
The best

Lafayette, LA

#17 Feb 6, 2011
OBAMA bees thes bested president since Bill Clinton and will goes down in history as the bested for the us ever
pissed

Kaplan, LA

#18 Feb 6, 2011
The best wrote:
OBAMA bees thes bested president since Bill Clinton and will goes down in history as the bested for the us ever
your 1000% correct!!!
wheres my check?

Abbeville, LA

#19 Feb 6, 2011
Obama promised change. My pockets are still empty
Change still needed

Abbeville, LA

#20 Feb 7, 2011
I voted for Ron Paul in 2008 and will do again in 2012. Everyone should hear him speak. You want true change for the better he's your MAN!!

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