We can produce more than enough oil from under the good oll' USA.That we can't is just more of the same old propaganda.
Nah, he's just a guy who's better than the moron you voted for that put is into the abyss in the first place, that's all.Woops, my apologies. I forgot that apparently, not a single conservative ever actually voted for Bush (at least, we cant find anyone willing to admit it these days). Talk about a Messiah, a man who won an election with nobody voting for him! Now THAT is a miracle...
A man with no executive branch experience. Never even a small town mayor.May have committed treason as a senator with middle east visits before the "election". Citizenship has never been been satisfactorily proven to the public. 1.5 MILLION dollars in lawyers fees spent blocking investigations. Miracle is not the word I would choose.
There is no possible controversy regarding Obama's citizenship that I cn see since his mother is a born and raised U.S. citizen. I have two children who have a foreign mother and me, a U.S. citizen from birth and they are citizens, pure and simple. We did have to obtain a 'certificate of foreign birth' for one of them as she was born here in Tonga.Obama doesn't have a free hand to straighten up the past mess since he has of necessity become part of the system. Even McCain said recently that he is making the proper moves - meaning, I guess, proper under these dire circumstances. There are racists who will never accept him, no matter what, and there is a large conservative base led by people like Rush Linbaugh who are like sheep being led to believe what these TV personalities tell them to. Racism in America runs very deep, BTW, and won't be solved by electing one black president. It isn't cool to express racist tendencies, so not much is there on the surface, but underneath it runs very deep. So combine the right wing propaganda with a basic racism and you are going to get some very stupid criticism of Obama. I'm personally proud of the way he handles himself, though I would hope for economic changes in the future, particularly in the area of diversification of American manufacture, and getting back our status as a manufacturing nation which makes quality products. We do need to get away fro bottom line economics to quality driven economics.