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  • hawcreek12 hawcreek12 Nov 30, 2012 10:46 PM Flag



    "He is supposed to lead, but he cannot handle it."

    You are correct.

    Obama is not a leader and never will be. He campaigns to his fellow philosophical mental midgets rather than lead.

    His constant campaigning is him seeking approval, seeking confirmation he is right. A leader leads, Obama campaigns asking if he isn't right.

    People are hungry for a leader and would follow reasonable ideology liberal or conservative

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    • Well, his best qualification as a leader was to lead a community. How many at best he has led, 50 people? Then he did not even finish being a senator. He is a like a deer in a headlight of government bureaucracy. In this time, he should be working with Congress and not campaigning. Election's over.

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      • Well, his best qualification as a leader was to lead a community."
        The election is over, don't vote for Obama. He is the best leader we have had in manyy a year. He was President of the United States for four years, that's more than 50. He was elected by the people for four more years. He is campaigning for the middle class, to end the tea party hostage taking of America, us.
        Anyone saying he is campaigning as in for election is wacko beyond wacko.
        Even those here from Camp Wakko can't be that wacky.

        Sentiment: Buy

    • This nation is going to fall hard and get a hard lesson in life. And then all these dumbo voters are going to pay for this mistake.

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