|Reviewed by Lloyd Lofthouse
|Yes, it is difficult to keep an open mind when we are being shot at with unverified untruths in an attempt to influence minds--after all, where is the time to check all of this 'junk' flying our way to see what's real and what isn't when most of it is "c--p". Now that Obama is our next president, I want to wait and see what he does. Give him a chance. There is so little known about him that we really have no idea what this man is going to do. The environment he grew up in was so different from that of most whites and blacks: he had a white mother and was abandoned by his father early on. His white working class grandmother and grandfather, a veteran of WWII that served in Patton's army, raised him. What are his values: working class that pulled themslves with hard work up to become president of the United States. Abe Lincoln did that. Richard Nixon did too. A big contrast there. Time will tell us who Obama is. Let's hope he is a man with wisdom and that he knows how to use it for the overall good of us all.|
|Reviewed by Lois Christensen
|God already knows whom he wants in. I only wish we knew who was the best person to vote for. We need more honesty and one who sees to USA first of all and its peoples living here.|
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
|My problem is politics as usual - they all say the same old thing, make the same tired promises to get voted in; once elected, they forget who put them there, whom they serve - if one person would actually keep his promises, then there could be change. I also hope people vote with their heads, and not their hearts or we'll be in more trouble than we already are -
(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Quite a statement.
|Reviewed by Rebecca Lerwill
|I don't care if our next presi would be black. As long if he's the right guy for the job!!! But those are hard to come by!