9 Responses to “that hopey changey thing? looking pretty good.”

  1. 1 Anniebella
    July 15, 2010 at 11:32 pm

    Thank you Mr. Ebert, I am happy to see that others are seeing that this President is working hard to make things better. And the Republicans are only concern about stopping him, they don’t care if we get hurt, if we suffer. Their main goal is to try to get back in control of the Senate or Congress. And if that happen, you think people are suffering now, WAIT and see.

    • 2 mhasegawa
      July 15, 2010 at 11:44 pm


    • 3 graciouslady
      July 16, 2010 at 12:00 am

      We have to Vote on November 4,2010. Let’s help our President keep on working for us. It is our power to help him by voting. P L E A S E. His Poll numbers are not important; It’s what he is accomplishing for us now.

  2. 4 donna
    July 16, 2010 at 12:26 am

    I just had to share this with you guys this is hilarious…


  3. 5 Anniebella
    July 16, 2010 at 1:32 am

    @graciouslady…..We indeed have to get out to vote, and we have to encourage our friends, family, and neighbors to get out to vote. Do like we did in 2008. We have to give this President a chance, two years is not a chance. Not when the Republicans gave Bush eight years to make this mess. President Obama can not fix it in two years. We have to remind people, tell people that if you think things are bad now, wait and see what things will be like if the Republicans get back in control. These guys don’t think that people like us deserve unemployment benefits because it will add to the debt,and some Republicans have called people out of work, spoil, lazy, and drug addicts. They are willing to extend Bush’s tax cuts for the rich, you know folks like Oprah, Trump, Buffet, etc., etc., and that will add to the debt also, but they don’t care. You see who’s side they are on. We can’t sit back this November and not get out to vote against these guys. We have to get out. I know everything have not gone the way we might want it too, yes we need more jobs. Alot is not for the war. But I don’t want to go back to GW Bush’s years. I want to march forward and I believe we have the right leader to lead us forward. President Barack Obama.

    • 6 graciouslady
      July 16, 2010 at 3:25 am

      Anniebella, as Americans, we have very short memories. We don’t remember what a neglectful president, former President Bush was. A lot of people are just identifying with Party; I try not to do that. There is good and bad in both Parties. Paying attention how the politicans vote is a key. If they vote Yes to Bills that will make it better for us then that’s who I vote for. After former President Clinton left and the Supreme Court cheated Vice President Gore out of the presidency, I felt I had no faith and nvoice in this country. It also showed me that greed and power have no limits as to what a person will do to get them. We were not allowed to say anything negative about former President Bush (remember the Dixie Chicks) All those 8 years I didn’t participate in anything poliically except locally, of course. It looks like before President Obama, all politicians had the attitude that I got mine, too bad if you don’t have anything too bad!! Now President Obama is threating those safe little places. Nobody like it, so they want him to fail then when and if the republicans get back in office, we will get nothing again. That is why let’s Vote, and Vote strong for him and the congress who are helping him.

  4. 7 Sue in Minnesota
    July 16, 2010 at 2:46 am

    It is absolutely essential that we do everything possible to get people out to vote for the mid term elections. Without support in the Senate and the House of Representatives, President Obama will not be able to progress. The Republican party is not interested in
    Governance…..they are fighting to reclaim the levers of power and will continue to work for a very small minority of people in our Country, the very rich. Sadly, we have a lot of voters who are ill informed and will vote against their own best interests, not to mention the collective interests of the country. I have such a small sphere of influence but I make it a point particularly with the younger people in my world to encourage them to become engaged, get informed and vote.
    We are an essential part of the process, we must do our part.

  5. 8 CR
    July 16, 2010 at 3:54 pm

    Thank you Mr. Ebert!

    I am PROUDLY wearing one of my many Obama T-shirts today and walking especially slow in front of all the houses that had McSame/WitlessWonder yard signs during the campaign season.

  6. 9 vitaminlover
    July 19, 2010 at 7:00 am

    Yes he is a hard worker and also a smart worker. He knows what he is doing and he is focused. He does things thoughtfully and deliberately. It will work out.

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