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Obama Had His Chance Time for Change

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Hope and change did not work. Little too much hope and not enough change. Now it's IS time for some change!

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Despite the facts?

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I'm beginning to think we should demand all US residents learn English.

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I'm beginning to think we should demand all US residents learn English.

English is overrated.

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Do people seriously think that Romney or Santorum will actually change poo?

I thought they just went along with those two because it's not Obama

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Santorum might, Romney wouldn't. I don't think the changes Santorum would push would be good for the country, either.

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two verbs are better than one

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Despite the facts?

First of all, the facts are against Obama.

Secondly, the guy was not voted in with ANY sort of facts in mind. All hype.

Don't expect anything closely resembling facts this time around. Obama does not want that anyway. He will be all anti Repub to try to get elected.

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Hope and change did not work. Little too much hope and not enough change. Now it's IS time for some change!

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I say you simply hold Obama to his word and his stated goals.

If you measure the man simply based on that, he's not deserved a second term.

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