Bitter Voters for Obama

I admit readily to being kind of bitter about the way this country has been taken from the people and handed to a small group of mega-wealthy, very special interests. I’m bitter about the way that wedge issues have been used to divide this country on issues that belong more in the personal sphere than in politics. Are you bitter about anything?

Bitter Voters for Obama


4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by mdking on April 13, 2008 at 12:52 pm

    Can you believe the hullaballoo about Obama’s bitter remark? Unreal. This stealing headlines in the media over Bush’s direct knowledge of torture. Bitter is pretty on the mark.


  2. Torture. Yes, we’ve become the kind of country we used to look down on. We torture people. Another thing worth being bitter about.


  3. With the media scrutinising and ready to shriek at every little utterance, i was quite surprised to read Obama had let his guard down like this.


  4. Posted by mdking on April 15, 2008 at 9:45 am

    He was speaking in San Fran. Bitter has a bad connotation. People use it most I think when talking about other people, not themselves. But I don’t think Obama’s off the mark. Bush’s poorly to extremely badly managed White House has paved the way for a candidate like Obama, one that represents profound change. The day he is sworn in, America gets a new lease on international life….i.e. no, we’re not a bunch of Bush-hick bumblef&@ks.


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