It ain't never going to happen. False profit you bow to.
1/2 the country voted for Obama, a little less than that didn't. So what do you have? Votes on promises and speeches. Nothing more - nothing less. "No" votes from people that actually checked his record and voting performance going back to his home state and don't trust him. Why? Because his voting history is in direct conflict with those speeches and as trust is earned by what you do -- not by what you say, he's not trusted and rightfully so to that 1/2.
When this "conflict" exists between rhetoric vs. record, all you have is one fact that no one can deny. 1/2 the country took him on his speeches while ignoring everything else --- the other needs more than just words. In this case, the first 1/2 turned out more to vote. The other 1/2 clearly feels that the Obama won nothing! He was selected from a speech not because he's the best, but because he was the choice. Obama won because of a speech. People came to support him because of what? He was selected to run by dem leaders 20 months ago because of what? In the 2004 DNC, he got people's attention because of what?
In less than his first 24 months, one side will be proven wrong, the other will be right. You be the judge given reality on domestic and foreign issues, which side was right. Odds are fairly obvious. This was more of an anti Bush win which has nothing to do with Obama himself. You either voted anti Bush or you were sold hook line and sinker on a speech. Either way, it sets the country up for failure. We'll find out soon as in 2 1/2 months, the "real" show will start - and no speech will help him then.
I've seen on YQA that Obama is awsome, great, wonderful, one mature person even said "pinch me, I must be dreaming". I'm wondering about something very simple, people using words like this is based on what? ))) -- >> I rest my case.