My personal opinion, not based upon any particular knowledge of the facts, is that Obama without question unqualified to hold the office of POTUS. No other answer can explain all the subterfuge and refusal to explain all of the legitimate questions the citizens are asking.
Posted by Bud Parker on 03/01 at 06:31 AM | #
Trevor, you're just so full of blind good will you can't perceive that it's imperative to investigate Obama in the most exquisite detail, for he is probably not the son of a black Luo tribesman, as he claims, probably a citizen of Indonesia and not a U.S. citizen, and probably a mole bent upon the destruction of the United States and going about it rather effectively.
Posted by Albert Wilson Luce Moore, Jr. on 08/03 at 01:24 AM | #
If you voted for Obama in 2008 to prove you are not racist, then vote for someone else in 2012 to prove you are not an idiot!
Posted by Jose Regalado on 08/02 at 07:18 PM | #
Trevor, Americans are acutely aware that the world is watching and the media helps distort Obama's image to make him appear both wise and reasonable. He is neither. He is actively assisting with policies to break America's back. If and when we drag your country down with us you only have Mr Obama to thank. And Obama is simply Bush times a thousand in a darker more protective suit.
Posted by Garret on 08/02 at 05:14 PM | #
HAHAHA that last one was at 4:20. Oh yeah, forgot to mention...weed is practically legal in Canada :P Isn't that friggin awesome?! ;)
Posted by Trevor on 08/02 at 04:22 PM | #
OH, and for the record...anybody who complains about spelling of certain words (for example, neighbour/neighbor; defence/defense, etc.)
English came from England, not the United States. Coincidentally enough, Canada and several other English-speaking countries follow the same rules of spelling. Sooooooo...what was it again you were saying...?
Posted by Trevor on 08/02 at 04:20 PM | #
The thing critical Americans should really understand is that other countries are NOT against you! We are trying to instill open discussion as an international community. Everybody in the world is concerned about the state of America's affairs. Whether you like it or not, this is the way it is. Some people out there are really pissed off and come across as ignorant and confrontational...others genuinely want to help. Obviously these discussions are based purely on individual opinions. American and non-American alike. But once we all leave our computer terminals and think back on what we just participated in, I hope that each of us walks away having learned something from each other. People can be haters or they can make the best of what they have when they have it.
PERSONALLY, I prefer Mahatma Gandhi over Adolf Hitler. Similarly, I prefer Obama over Bush (both of them. Clinton too. Although I do give him props on the Lewinski thing...always makes for great jokes!)
I see postings by some people claiming Obama is nothing more than an actor standing in for "corporate elite", Then I see others post about how capitalism is THE way to go. Then I think to myself, geez Americans are really really divided in what they think. Then I watch an Obama video and hear him talking about bi-partisanship. I sit there and ponder it and then come to the conclusion that Obama is doing THE VERY THING America needs! -He's creating the possibility for ALL voices to be heard. American or not, is that not more valuable to America than kicking the guy out? I dunno..decide for yourselves..
People who are on the outside looking in usually have some really good insight on the situation and shouldn't be shunned away so quickly. Some Americans might agree with what I (or any non-American for that matter) say...but many will also disagree. The bottom line however is that if America doesn't shape up, the rest of the world will end up just elbowing America away. Down the road, when China rules the world (and owns the United States..which they end up renaming The United States of China), we'll all look back and say to ourselves "hmmm, didn't really expect this to happen"
Posted by Trevor on 08/02 at 04:17 PM | #
To begin, I'll just flat out refuse to respond to replies that are full of assumptions and insist on putting words in my mouth.
I'm trying to be positive about Obama because I do think he's a decent guy. I think it's natural that Americans are quite wary of him due to past presidents' messes left to clean up. But, all-in-all, I think he's a whole lot better of a president than the Bush monkeys.
On the topic of so-called "Canadian Socialism"... First off, LOL. Secondly, there's nothing wrong with socialism. Yes there have been failed forms of socialism, ie communism, Marxism, etc...but to be completely honest, I feel really good about having health care provided for me. I really don't mind paying taxes towards that because I know it's going to good use. On the flip side, I cringe when I see American people who can't afford health insurance or who get denied because they're already sick. They're just left to die. It's not fair. Personally I think it's much better to help out another human being instead of being selfish and hogging all the medicine for myself. But hey, that's just me. and Canada, and Britain, and France, and many other countries. You guys don't have to listen to us; just keep on letting your co-workers, neighbours, friends and family die helpless. No biggie.
The fact of the matter is that the rest of the world (especially Canada, being that we are neighbours) are paying close attention to American politics. Some Americans may take offense to that and criticize foreigners for sticking their noses in YOUR business. But just think a minute about how much America's choices and actions affect the rest of the world. The recession of 2008 hit the entire world...pretty hard. I think most Americans are aware that it was caused by America. The wars in Afghanistan and elsewhere have been taxing on all involved, to say the least.
Posted by Trevor on 08/02 at 04:16 PM | #
The unraveling of Barry Soetoro, a/k/a Barack Hussein Obama II
Posted by Doug Hagmann & Joseph Hagmann on Apr 8, 2011 at 07:05 PM
Trumping up the constitutional eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama
To those who are now speaking out about the Obama eligibility matter, I can think of no better statement than the one uttered by a very frustrated Officer John McClane, played by Bruce Willis in the movie“Die Hard.” In order to get the attention of a police officer oblivious to the carnage taking place inside of the Nakatomi Plaza building after making a very cursory inspection and finding nothing amiss,McClane tosses the body of a terrorist from an office window window onto the windshield of the police cruiser and fires at the police car, yelling “welcome to the party, pal.”More...
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