I keep reading on here (and elsewhere) how these mythical 'right wingers' all loathe/hate Obama. To be clear, I don't hate Obama. Actually, there was a time - back in 2004 - when I thought he might be a Democrat I would vote for as POTUS. Rare as hens teeth! And, as I am 28, I have never seen a Republican that I thought I might vote for as POTUS. But when I stopped watching his speeches, and started reading the transcripts instead, I found I was - yet again - disappointed. He's not an honest man. I'm not saying he's less honest than the rest, just that will not vote for a dishonest politician. I find that quite hard every election day. Anyway, while watching his Afghan speech this evening (1am UK time), I remembered what it is that first started me questioning him. So, to explain it, here are two videos of his speeches. The first is one of his speeches to the SEUI. This is Obama, passionate, caring, totally commited to the cause. [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aQ1NJaCtIkM[/ame] This is his Afghan speech from last night. Nothing - no passion, no commitment, no rallying the American people to a just cause. [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXxBAOXCqEw[/ame] That's what I don't like about Obama. He's a community organizer - and we need a world class leader. Now, if anyone wants to define that as 'hate', then feel free but I don't hate the man - I fundamentally disagree with his policies. But the issue I have with Obama - he is just not good enough to lead our country. Discuss, or not... either is fine by me.