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At General Motors and Chrysler Plants in Michigan, Friday, July 30, 2010

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  1. 1 Anonymous
    July 31, 2010 at 1:47 am

    Anyone remember what the Republicans said when the President were talking about helping out the Auto Companies? How they were one hundred precent against helping out the Auto Companies. Wonder what they have to say now? Now that these Auto Companies are starting to turn things around. These same Republicans wanted these companies to FAIL!!! I hope when it comes time to vote, people will remember these things. Yes we need more jobs, things are not were any of us would like it to be, but I believe this President care about the middle class Americans more than the Republicans do. And we have to get it across to people that allowing these Republicans to get back in control will not make things better for the middle class, the Republicans only care about the rich. We can’t sit back, and allow these guys who put this country in this mess to start with to get back in control. We have to get out to vote this November. Remember the Tea Party and it’s hate is running the Republican party.

    • 2 Anniebella
      August 2, 2010 at 8:38 am

      Anonymous…..I’m happy to see you agree with me 100%, now get the message across to the others and let’s get out and VOTE. I think there is no doubt that the right man is in the Oval Office, and that is President Barack Obama.

  2. 3 Anniebella
    July 31, 2010 at 2:03 am

    Remember when the President were talking about helping out the Auto Companies, remember what the Republicans had to say about this? They were one hundred percent against this. Wonder what they have to say now? Now that the Auto Companies are starting to turn things around. No, we are not were we need to be. We have away to go. We need more jobs, but putting the Republicans in control will not help us get those jobs. They’re main concern are the rich people. We have to do what we can to get people out to vote in November. Putting the people back in control who was responsible for this mess will not help at all. They want to take us back to the GW Bush years. And plus the Republican Party is led by the Hate fill Tea Party. We have to get out to vote and support this President this November!!!

  3. 4 Anniebella
    July 31, 2010 at 2:08 am

    By the way, where is the First Lady? I haven’t seen her this entire week. I miss not seeing her. I know she is planning a trip to Spain with Sasha and afew friends next week. Hope they have a wonderful trip.

  4. 5 Sue in Minnesota
    July 31, 2010 at 3:58 am

    Anniebella, I agree with you, completely. The Republicans are shameless, self serving and interested in maintaining the current status quo. Money = Influence = Power for the enrichment of a few, and at the expense of many. They are masters at manipulation and have no problem exploiting social issues and religious differences to divide Americans. I sincerely believe they are fully appreciative of the force that is President Obama and the potenial his leadership has to transform the status quo, thus there absolute refusal to work with him. Republicans think they are going to regain the majorities in Congress this fall, my hope is that those of us who support President Obama prove them wrong.

    • 6 Anniebella
      July 31, 2010 at 10:24 am

      @Sue in Minnesota…..I so hope the same thing about the elections in November. I hope the people will see that the Republicans have not tried to work with this President, with them it has all been about the midterm elections, seeing this President fail.And if the people suffer alittle more, then so be it. I’m just hoping that the people will realize we have a darn good President, who is not perfect, but I believe he cares about people like us, the middle class, the poor more than the Republicans do. And he will work to see to it that we have a shot at the American Dream. The Republicans don’t care about people like us, they have call people who recieve unemployment benefits lazy, spoil, and they want us to be tested for drugs. But then they go around apologizing to BP. They want to extend the tax cuts for the rich, as if Oprah,Buffet, Gates, need more money. Anything to help the middle class they have blocked it, look at the job bill, where the President want to try to make it easier for small businesses to get loans, the Republicans blocked that. All because it would look like this President is trying to help the people and they can’t have that. Not with the elections coming. So to any of those who say they are upset with the President, I say get over it. Putting the Republicans back in control will not make anything better. Give this President a chance. Two years is not enough time for him to try to turn things around. I want people to think, you have the former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich talking about how the United States ought to attack Iran and Noth Korea. We are already in two wars, it is already tough enough for our military and their families, without talking about starting another war. I want to continue to say , we who support this President have to get out to vote like we did in 2008. We can’t give up.

  5. 7 vitaminlover
    August 3, 2010 at 4:05 am

    Very smart man, our President. He knows the deal.

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