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A once popular song by Janet Jackson.  I wish that could actually become the theme music for the internet site.  That is basically the bottom line that I surmise from reading post after post about "He has betrayed seniors" , "There will be cuts to this and that", "I wish __(fill in the blank) was president because they wouldn't allow this to happen", and on and on.

Let's face hard facts here, NOTHING has actually happened.  NOTHING has been agreed to.  NOTHING that the president puts forward will be agreed to.  All the moons and stars, and lollipops and ponies will not make the "Do nothing" GOP agree to a damn thing.  So what is the outrage about? I get it. Things may happen down the road.  But what does it gain all of us to get wind up in knots over things that HAVEN'T happened?

I am not down with ALL things President Obama, but I am not going to call the president names, throw temper tantrums because he doesn't do everything I may like or agree with.   Truth of the matter is that he has done a LOT of things RIGHT.  It's definately more than I could have ever expected Bush or Romney to perform in 8 years. Have we forgotten all of his accomplishments so soon?  I truly feel that there is nothing that he can do right to please people.  It's always something.  So if could say one thing to the president, I would say "do what you know is right", which in my opinion is everything he HAS done up to this point.

Novemember 6th it was "Obama, Obama" and November 7th it was "NObama".

I didn't write this to get agreements with my sentiment (which I know I won't), I wrote this so that at least people can be civil in their criticisms and hopefully be respectful and remember the things that he HAS done for you!!!


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