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obamander the great

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  1. 1 vitaminlover
    December 15, 2010 at 10:26 pm

    I love the way he immmediately refers to his wife. His humor is so subtle and he has such quiet dignity and confidence. It so oozes out of him. It is like people cannot think of enough superlatives to bestow upon him. We are so blessed and honored to have Barack Obama as our President.

  2. 3 Little Lulu
    December 16, 2010 at 2:13 pm

    The president’s sense of humor just inspires me. Despite all the disrespect he receives on a dialy basis, he manages to just brush it off and when compaired to huge historical figures like Alexander the Great, he brushes that off, too! Can you imagine Shrub’s response if anyone had compaired him like that, his smirk, his self-congratulation. President Obama stands tall and yet humble. It’s amazing and yes, we are so blessed to have him in this position at this particular time in history. He will unravel the Gordian knot that has become of the world’s economy.

    MERRY CHRISTMAS, FIRST FAMILY! We LOVE you!!


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