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Published: Sunday, Oct. 31 2010 3:14 p.m. MDT

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MapleDon
Springville, UT

Good ol' Deseret News with another positive story about Obama.

Some of us have enough brains to go elsewhere for the news, knowing the Deseret News is so tainted and biased (think illegal immigration) that it is unable to simply report and allow us to think. No, it has to do the thinking for us.

Nothing negative regarding Democrats ever passes the editors. And that's why no one sheds a tear over your slow, painful demise.

V-Day is Tuesday. Except for you and your wacko-lefty friends. You'll all be crying in your coffee (yes, coffee) on that night.

And you'll write on Wednesday that the Republican wave wasn't enough to win the Senate and the losses in the House weren't as bad as expected. You'll leave out GOP gains in governorships, and report that the Tea Party had no effect in this state's elections.

It's called spin--and the ignorant masses will go for it.

The rest of us won't. We'll be cheering.

metamoracoug
metamora, IL

Love it. Yes, the republicans will cut taxes for millionaires & billionaires. Did you know that 48% of all Americans either pay no taxes at all or receive the full amount of their withholding taxes back? Why do we not expect these folks to pay their fair share?

Mr. Obama, we need someone who can do more than mollify the masses. We need a statesman -- not a politician -- and to date you have demonstrated nothing of statesmanship.

We no longer need rely on rumor. We've seen your actions: incomprehensible, incompetent handling of the the gulf oil spill; disrespecting & alienating our best allies, especially Great Britain; forcing "Big Brother" policies on the American people; embarking in an uncontrolled spending spree, beginning with an inauguration party unprecedented by any including your spendthrift predecessor; nothing to help American business provide permanent employment for the dwindling number of us who want to "earn our bread by the sweat of our brow."

Mr. Obama, we need hope and change . . . and you are not it.

peter
Alpine, UT

If only it were his last stop.

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