Barack Hussein Obama is who you support so valiantly, but do you know how much he thinks about you? none. He has no care for America. He is going to ignore the middle class and tax businesses to the high heavens! His wife "isn't proud of America" and he himself could probably care less if businesses suffer and raise prices, causing an economic meltdown. He is going to ignore you and give plenty of aid to Kenya, his true supporters.
Good grief. You don't even have the integrity to identify yourself. Anyways, I'm not an American, I'm Danish, but I'm glad to see that Americans have chosen a president whose administration rates diplomacy higher than aggression, and believe that the capitalist system cannot exist as is. --Joda (talk) 16:22, 7 November 2008 (UTC)
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