okie i give you a thumbs up for your patience and belief in america
Thanks, but to be accurate, I have expressed some pretty negative things about Obama. I hope I am wrong. And none of those things have anything to do with race, in fact I wish the first black president was a Republican. All of my nervousness has to do with not knowing who Obama is, what he intends to do, and I have alot of disagreements with what I do understand about what he wants to do. Also, he leaves alot of statements purposely vague, and it leaves alot of us guessing out here as to his true intents. I simply do not trust the man, and when I see the rampant fanaticism and worship-like attitudes of his supporters, it gives me pause to worry for the country. And I can't help but think that even many of the people that did vote for him remain somewhat nervous as well, and this morning I sense alot of those people might even wonder what they have done. I hope we all get through it. Uncertainty is a tough thing to deal with, and that is the situation we now have, we've elected a president that few people actually know, nor can they predict at all what his presidency will result in.
I hope all the people out there, sobbing with joy, that a black man has been elected, now wake up to reality, political correctness is wonderful, but now we have some very serious problems to deal with, forget whether the man is white, black, green, or yellow, it doesn't matter, and I regret to have to tell all those people that it never did matter that much, only did it matter in their politically correct minds. To solve the energy problem, the economic problem, the security problem, etc. etc., it doesn't matter now, and it never did. What matters is the content of his character, not the color of his skin.