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Change We Can Believe In?

Posted by necessarygrace on March 25, 2009

I wonder how many of the 52% who voted for Obama are waking up to the fact that the Change they voted for isn’t the Change they are getting. And I wonder why any of them are surprised, given that the only experience he ever bragged about having was that of running a campaign? All the recent townhalls and interviews and prime-time press conferences show a man who is still under the delusion that running a presidency is the same thing as running a campaign. The big difference now is people can judge his words by his actions, and according to Zogby’s latest poll, he’s having a much harder time fooling them. One can only hope this is just the beginning of America waking up and taking stock of what they actually got in President Obama.

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2 Responses to “Change We Can Believe In?”

  1. […] All The News That Fits put an intriguing blog post on Change We Can Believe In?Here’s a quick excerptI wonder how many of the 52% who voted for Obama are waking up to the fact that the Change they voted for isn’t the Change they are getting. And I wonder why any of them are surprised, given that the only experience he ever bragged about having was that of running a campaign? All the recent townhalls and interviews and prime-time press conferences show a man who is still under the delusion that running a presidency is the same thing as running a campaign. The big difference now is people can […]

  2. Nancy said

    It turms out some of those AIG executives were working for $1 per year (yes, one dollar) and turning down lucrative offers elsewhere based on the promise that their bonuses were sacrosanct and would be paid.

    Obama has nothing he believes in enough to stand up for, except maybe chaos.

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