Robin's commentary --
Given the recent death of a Osama bin Laden by US forces, president Obama has been [of course] on the news taking credit.
of course, it is very difficult based on our government history to not think that there is some type of conspiracy behind this or the timing of bin Laden's death.
Obama's ratings have been very low and typically in the past when a sitting president had announced that he is running for another four years... you are constantly bombarded with news with people chanting "four more years" which I have not heard yet.
so I have to ask the question based on recent events, does that change your mind of who you're going to vote for in 2012?
In a recent poll by local TV station KVAL which asked the question, "which candidate do you support for President in 2012?"
Acknowledging that these polls are unscientific the results so far still surprise me.
As of this writing, president Obama is leading by 37%.
My feelings on Obama is disappointment. I was hoping that he would be "different" than the normal GOP BS that we've been offered.
John McCain, to me was just another "President Bush"
Hillary Clinton, I think the name says it all.
Barack Obama, made a good sale. "Hope and change"
As America, we bought the lemon and I'm hoping that this time around we have learned our lesson.