Yes, I said it. I don't like Obama and I'm not voting for him. If Clinton is not on the ballot, I'm writing in Dean Winchester. I'm 100% serious about that, too.
Here are the top three reasons why I don't like Obama. Feel free to disagree/debate with me if you feel that I am horribly mistaken in any way!
1. Separate but equal does not work.
Sorry, Obama, but I believe we've learned the hard way that separate but equal does not actually mean equality has been achieved. Not to be too obvious, but he does fall under the "black" category, no matter what nationality he is (just like how I fall under "white", regardless of my heritage). This is a lesson he should know already. Why, then, state that he is against gay marriage? Or rather, that the states should decide for themselves? I completely understand McCain saying this, and even Clinton to an extent, but Obama should know better. I don't care how racist this point sounds--I will never get over that he can actually think various groups of people can have separate standards that are equal. Score one for hypocrisy.
2. Change is needed! Sure, but what do you propose?
Can anyone point to a plan, or even a few ideas, that Obama has mentioned in order to enact this change he's always talking about? I've looked, and maybe I missed something, but I can't find anything. I mean, he's always saying, "We need change! This country is ready for change! The American people want change!" Sure, I agree--this country needs a whole lot of policies changed. But, what are his plans? Where are his ideas for changing the economy, education, health care, gun control, abortion laws, Iraq, taxes, etc.? Occasionally, you get a glimpse of an idea, but he never seems to plan out in advance what h's going to do. Sorry, but I'd like to know his plans for the country before
he's elected president. I know, I'm just a nut like that.
3. His experience with politics is... eight years?!
Does that seem just a tad bit ridiculous to anyone else, besides me? I mean, I know the issue keeps coming up, but come on. He served in the Illinois State Senate for eight years, and also ran but lost to be in the U.S. House of Representatives. Does that equal enough experience to run a country? Does he really have enough knowledge of the way a country works to be expected to make the best decisions, especially about foreign affairs? I'm a bit skeptical, and honestly, I don't think that there should be any doubt that a president can handle the job.
So, those are my top three Obama complaints. Can anyone fairly dispute them? I'm willing any thoughts anyone has, regardless of what they entail.
But seriously now... Dean Winchester for President!! Wincest for all!!
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