You are doing great work, I try to call in, but it's hard to get thru, thanks for all you do.

I voted for Obama, but I, like many Dem's, am a little unhappy that he hasn't full filled his promises quite like we all had hoped.

Was it not Bush who borrowed $7 trillion before Obama took office?

Is it going to be another year that our choice will be the lesser of evil's come election time?

If you have time to answer these questions where will I look for the answers?

Thanks so much and keep up the good work you do, run for office somewhere, we need your ideas!

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Katshores 3 years 40 weeks ago
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I really havent seen our President tell how he plans to fix our problems. He simply blames Bush on everything and thats considered fixing everything? For the first two years he could have done amazing things. 1 was his health plan and second what else? In his first two years you could have passed a massive Government run jobs program like FDR did but he never did it and now its last year of his first term and how he wants to put jobs as #1 on his plans.

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