Hundreds of people protested Obama's Afghan troop surge this Saturday in Seattle.
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Respect says ... on Tuesday, Dec 15 at 3:47 AM
wow, we take a chunck out on our 44th President yet we didn't come close to letting our 43rd President know how we felt. He started a war to those who were not a threat to us instead of those who were, He helped his family get out of USA now get it?
Word Up! says ... on Tuesday, Dec 15 at 1:09 AM
Barack Obama is the youngest star in black history. Good change came to America the moment he became our 44th president. Unfortunately, he inherited his predecessor's failures after his historic inauguration so his success will be a grave challenge.
Anonomous says ... on Sunday, Dec 13 at 8:06 PM
LOL!!!!! The first day that he was elected... i saw some kid write on his binder "great now we have a terrorist for a president!" LOLOLOL! sadly, he was elcted on my birthday
Bob Shiffor says ... on Wednesday, Dec 9 at 5:02 PM
I hate to be an "I told you so", but prior to the election I kept insisting that voting for O-bomb-a will change nothing. A firm rule of politics is to tell people what they want to hear. After the election, all bets are off...different day SOS.
ellen says ... on Wednesday, Dec 9 at 7:31 AM
thank god some of the anti-war protesters didn't hang up their signs after the election
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