Comments on: Obama says Washington vitriol is still a solvable problem Tracking U.S. politics Wed, 16 Nov 2016 03:39:51 +0000 hourly 1 By: HBC Wed, 31 Mar 2010 01:55:34 +0000 This President, like the congressional majority handed to his party two years previously, was expected to tackle three things:

– stop the wars, without a moment’s delay
– prosecute the war criminals & fire all uppity war-drunk generals
– end the white-collar crime spree that has been sucking money, jobs and education out of American society’s grass roots

I assume he’s working on these, because that’s what he was elected to do. He shouldn’t be worrying about how loud the guilty will squeal before he’s even begun dropping the axe on them. By golly, Obama – let the damn thing drop now! The applause of America will drown out any lamentation of fools.

By: Benny_Acosta Wed, 31 Mar 2010 00:13:36 +0000 The president is quite correct in that both sides tend to exaggerate the negative points of the other side for their own benefit.

He is correct that if this doesn’t stop there will be no way to work on solving problems. He has shown that he is committed to helping American people/families. An intelligent, articulate, centrist leader is exactly what the nation needs right now. He is also correct that if the administration can show good results regardless of the garbage being spewed out in the media, that the people will take note and reward the administration (by reelecting them).

I’m trying to get through school. And the efforts of the current administration have made it possible for me to attend a school that I have waited for more than seven years to be able to get into. I didn’t have the money before. But now because of the work that has been done by this administration, I can afford to go to school and get the skills that will put me in a better position to offer a better future for my children. And that means a lot to me. He will get my vote next election if he keeps on doing what he’s doing.

By: Story_Burn Tue, 30 Mar 2010 23:27:50 +0000 It has to start with Obama not being such a TV hog