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in response to reader comment: Give the man a break

Submitted by Maggie (United States), Sep 12, 2008 at 10:02

I would hope that a president would lead and support all of the people of the nation, not just a few favorites, however, even if Obama did not carry all the pregidous, he obviously has, he is still unqualified for the position he presumes to. 143 days in the senate does not translate into enough experience to lead the nation. There are so many, so much more qualified for the position. He has a much higher opinion of himself than a lot of people have of him. A major egotist.

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