Thursday, December 1, 2011

A Question To Obama Voters

Is this what you thought of when he promised you "Hope and Change" and "Transparency"?

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Will you still vote for him next November even after he's proven himself to be just another ladder climbing politician*?

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*Not an endorsement of the GOP either.


Robert Fowler said...

I started researching "the one" before he was even nominated. His record, what little there was told me what a anti-gun anti-freedom asshat he was.

The talks shows like Rush, Hannity et al made a big deal of how in both the Illinois and the U S Senates he voted present so many times. They left out the part where he voted for any law that would restrict our 2A rights.

80 million gun owners in this country had better get off their asses next November and send this turd packing.

I've heard it said, and said it myself, if you voted for Obama to prove your not racist, vote against him next time to prove your not stupid.

Dannytheman said...

Always good to do research on any candidate. But in my estimation, the right side of the aisle were not happy with McCain. He was to moderate. Obama turned out the minority and youth, and majority of the Independent voters.

I think the right learned their lesson for this generation. By not showing up to even try voting for McCain they got Obama care and a crazy left wing management style for 2 solid years. Now 18 trillion dollars later, we need to make Obama a 1 term guest of the people!
I don't like Romney, but I will vote for whoever the elephants put up there! Gingrich, Paul, Bachman, Huntsman, Santorum, Perry.. At this point I am for ABO. Anybody But Obama!

Chase said...

I'm a gun owner, and I'm generally liberal, and I voted for Obama. I was aware of his radically anti-gun stance, but I agreed with what he promoted during his campaign. I believed that with respect to the 2nd Amendment, voting for him was an acceptable risk, due to D.C. vs. Heller having just been decided in favor of the 2nd Amendment.

Since he took office, he has not been what I would call liberal, at all. He's mostly just been pro big government, which I don't like. I voted for him because I was sick and tired of Bush, but it turns out that even though Obama talks differently from Bush, he acts very much like Bush.

President Obama has disappointed me deeply. I'm not going to vote for him again.