Discussion in 'Politics' started by Mr.Fitnah, Jan 12, 2011.
Or will be be appropriate .
Will He be divisive or will he try to make this a healing moment?
Appropriate to the mainstream.
Nothing President Obama says will have any appeal to the right wing.
He could reject, in the strongest terms, that political debate and discourse was at all responsible for this, as his sycophnants have been blathering in the MSM since the blood on the pavement was still warm.
That would appeal to me.
But he won't do it.
"I will keep Bush tax cuts in place"
Yea, and then he will explain why he took a two hundred million dollar a day trip in Asia. Republicans are still looking for an answer.
no. I think he'll be on the appropriate point, what happens afterward is a different thing entirely of course.
It will be interesting seeing him try to reach for Clintonesque empathy, I have not seen any as of yet. .
Not his style really.
He's a good speaker..think he'll do a good job.
Because Republicans were threatening to cut unemployment for millions of Americans just before Christmas. I suspect the majority of those receiving unemployment benefits were from the Republican base. They just can't get past that "black skin". They would rather get evicted than accept help from Obama. Until they get evicted. Then they say, "Why didn't Obama do anything"? It's that "black skin". We want OUR country back. We hate a black guy in the "WHITE House".
style my good man has nothing to do with it, he cannot reach empathy because he has a serious lack of such. imho.
It will be an intensely political speech, made purely to make him seem caring. I'm gonna watch Seinfeld.
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