06/01/14 8:54 pm
He claims to have saved my healthcare, lowered my premiums and bills and that of the rest of the middle class. This is all nonsense of course but he thinks I'm bought.
06/01/14 8:30 pm
My white guilt was convincing enough. Being a white male, I have been discriminated against more than any other person in the history of the country, but had to vote for him anyway because he's a black guy.
Arananthi Literal Ninja
06/01/14 5:32 pm
He promised that if we all worked hard and worked together, we could get America on the right path. I very clearly remember the promise. Unfortunately, "working together" requires that half the country doesn't suddenly turn into obstructionist arses.
Zod Above Pugetropolis
06/01/14 5:20 pm
He promised me there was hope he wasn't just Bush2 again, that he wasn't McCain, and that he wasn't Romney. Good enough, sold! At least he kept the last two of those promises.
soupyquinn Jr. nuke tester
06/01/14 5:08 pm
Nothing, nor did I vote for him. I'm very proud of the fact that I've stayed off govt handouts even when in a bad place. Though a phone store nearby does advertise free Obama phones.
06/01/14 4:40 pm
The first time I voted for him, he bribed me with not being McCain. The second time, he wasn't Romney. What a trickster.
Pirate Uses the Tap
06/01/14 4:31 pm
Support for gay rights and same sex marriage which support him on. I also had high hopes for healthcare turning out well. Other than that???
06/01/14 4:31 pm
He taught me some sweet dance moves and hooked me up with some cheap weed. It was a fun night until the he got paranoid-high and started babbling about drones and healthcare reform. That part was a little freaky.
usernamehere Raise a little hell
06/01/14 4:15 pm
An Obamaphone, food stamp steaks, a shitload of welfare, a free mosque, some weed, a couple of abortions, three gender reassignment surgeries, my very own death panel, stolen guns, and a job interview with the Benghazigate terrorists.
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