Discussion in 'Congress' started by xsited1, Nov 3, 2008.
He is not Superman... and he is a politician... I voted for him and I gave him money; but until he proves himself one way or the other I'm 'cautiously optimistic'.
(Which beats the hell out of how I was feeling 4 years ago!)
I'd say "ditto", but I'm superstitious... no jinxes!!
Election night I will feel great ... moving forward I will remain cautiously optimistic.
Personally, as for the man himself, I honestly don't have any feelings for him one way or the other on a personal level. As for his policies, I will remain hopeful that the "trainwreck" that his policies will wreck on this economy will not come completely true and that he will somehow find a way to prove his Senatorial record wrong when it comes to working with everyone to find common solutions to problems.
It will be great, I will then proceed to watch Fox news non stop for the next week to see the anguish of Hannity,Dick Morris,Michelle Malkin and the rest of the neocon prostitutes.
I am an Obama supporter too .... but I will feel Cautiously Optimistic .... I would feel the same way if McCain wins. And hope that things change. They sure as hell could not get worse than they are with Bush in office. Hopefully!
I will echo navy here. I really don't care about him personally. I listen to what he says and I have no faith in his philosophy. I disagree with him on nearly all fronts so i won't feel great or be too optimistic about his "leadership". I will however feel that i have to be more active in local politics and I will vote for any rep or senator that will put a check on a one party federal government.
I will feel the same way. Just because I voted for him doesnt mean I will get my "I voted for Obama check" in the mail. I will stilll have to get up for work, pay the bills and do the same thing I'm doing now but the BS is over after the election and its time for him to attack and show he was worthy of my vote.
You forgot to add "drunk as a skunk."
So I picked cautiously optimistic.
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