Friday, May 1, 2009

Anonymous Truths

Last night I pretended like I was in college. I went to an outdoor concert that started at 10:30. I stood in the mud, listened to country music in a cow pasture, and hung out with crazy drunk college students.
This morning I’m reminded I’m not in college. Due to lack of sleep I will not be posting Friday Fun Facts. HOWEVER, since I’m a rock star blogger, I will leave you with an Anonymous Truths question.

The Rules:
1. All comments should be left anonymously.
2. Just because the comments are anonymous is NOT an excuse to leave an inappropriate or judgmental remark.
3. It is fine for a healthy dialog to take place in the comments section, but keep it clean, impersonal, and on track.
4. If you recognize someone’s answer, please keep it to yourself.
5. This is in NO WAY intended to be offensive or hurtful to anyone.

The Question:
For those that voted for President Obama, are you regretting it now? For everyone else, what do you think of the job he is doing?


Carrie said...

This has nothing to do with your question but I have to say that I miss going to Calffry. I still do go to outdoor concerts and stay out way to late... are you trying to tell me that we're not in college anymore :)

P.S. Congrats on your run. I am so sad that I had to miss it :( I'll be up there for Roybal and Katy's wedding.. will you be around?

Anonymous said...

Ha, I have a feeling this might not go well so I'm going to post early. :)

I voted for Obama. No regrets. He was handed more than a mess on multiple fronts and he is dealing with it head on. Such a refreshing change in leadership.

Anonymous said...

Well, in his first 100 days our stock market has gone to crap(although it was going to crap before he came into office), he gave a bail-out to a major company that spent the money on bonuses for employees, he has decided we should be friends with Cuba again, and lots of people are now unemployed. Of course, we can’t forget the Swine Flu that’s going to kill us all! I’m not for sure how that ties in with him, but he has to worry about that issue. It seems like his first 100 days are going swell!

I didn't vote for him, and I will admit he did come into office with alot on his plate. I'd give him a C for what he's doing right now. I don't know if he's any better or worse than previous presidents. What I do know, the media talks about him ALL THE TIME! They love the man, and that is what makes me dislike him. When the media finds something they love, it turns me off of them.

Thomas said...

I think Obama is doing okay. Though he needs to stop giving money to the car companies. The bad economy did not ruin those business. The fact that they have been making huge gas guzzlers ruined their business. I am done with those guys. I agree with Anonymous #2 that the press needs to remember their role. I do not care that Obama has a puppy at all. I don't care that he has killer abs. I care that he has good policy.

Anonymous said...

I didn't vote for him and I'm mad as h e double hockey sticks that he is running up the debt so high that even my grandchildren will still be paying through the nose to bail out all the companies that should have filed for bankruptcy! I hate that the media is not reporting the news with no slant to it...they are obviously all a bunch of liberals, so I stopped watching the news.

Anonymous said...

I did not vote for the man, and so far he has not done anything that has overly impressed me, or earn my respect. I do agree the press needs to stop talking about his dog, and basketball skills and start focusing on what we hired him to do.
Currently I would give him a D, but if he goes through with the tax changes he is wanting to make I will give him an F, and have Mr. Donald Trump say, "You're fired"!!

OK Chick said...

Yes, Carrie I'll be around. We can have dinner. Wait...when is there wedding? I'm going out of town a couple weekends in May.

Anonymous said...

I did not vote for the man and the reasons I didn't is really coming out in my opinion. I felt like he was too soft and would only make popular decisions. I think he needs to do something radical and will probably be against the popular vote but will be better for the country. I don't think he is capible of doing this.

Anonymous said...

I voted for him and I don't regret it. I think our country has been struggling for a number of years and getting things turned around will take time, no matter who is in office.

Anonymous said...

I did not vote for him! I will leave it there because today is Friday.....I don't want to get myself in a bad mood!!!!!!!!!!!! I will refrain from negative comments today!

Ally said...

I didn't vote for Obama, but from what I can tell (I've decreased my news consumption about 90% since the election--b/c the coverage was so appalling and bias--) Obama is doing much of what he said he would during his campaign--spending tons of money that we don't have in irresponsible ways.

Anonymous said...

No regrets. I don't see how we could have kept going down the same path for four more years.

I think it's way too early to tell how he's doing. I'm more interested in seeing what the results are two or three years down the road and beyond.

He does seem to be on TV an awful lot.

Anonymous said...

I didn't vote for him, I don't regret, and although I will respect him as our president...I don't think he's making smart decisions.

Anonymous said...

I didn't vote for him and I think he sucks.