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Friday, January 16, 2009


I hear this morning that President Bush will leave office with the lowest "approval rating" since Nixon.
That would make him a sucessful Rap Star, wouldn't it?
Why Barak Obama will have a high approval rating. PREDICTION
In all previous presidencies if one disagreed with the presidential policies ,one was labelled a "liberal" or "conservative."
As these labels polarized, people took great pride in the label they were given. Careers on both sides have been created based in these labels; polarizing narrow thinking ( on both sides) in our country even more.
Obama will make decisions that should be criticized. If he doesn't, he isn't doing the job of President.
However critics will not be labelled "conservative" or "liberal," they will be labelled "racist." And no one can afford that label.
Therefore, there will be little public criticism.
Just my prediction.
"It's perfect to be a pessimist. Either you are always right, or you are happily surprised." [George Will - loosely quoted]
 From R. Murry

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