What are President Obama's priorities?
Barack Obama ends golf round after family friend's son injured
Barack Obama, the US President, abruptly ended a round of golf while on holiday after a family friend's son was injured.
Sod the fact the Nation is undergoing a security crisis, what is more important?
- L.T.M.Lv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Well since you asked...
Rookie Democratic congressmen are reportedly afraid that Obama will stubbornly press ahead with his unpopular plans for Health Reform, even if they, his unwilling Kamikazes, get voted out of office in 2010 as a result. As a dedicated Obama watcher, I for one am not surprised by this development. In fact, I am now betting even money that our president is not particularly concerned about his own re-election in 2012, and that he will enact as many of his programs in health reform, energy conservation, arms reduction and income redistribution as he can before his current term expires, and then try for higher goals. My hunch is that he is already getting restless in his present job, and that he seeks a promotion to an even greater status.
My sensitivities, sharpened by years of Obama watching, take note of the following pieces of evidence, and have gone to Condition Red:
Obama’s seeming restlessness is a matter of record. Until recently he was routinely charged with throwing outworn sponsors, including his old mentor the Rev. Wright, “under the bus.” And as a Chicago politician, he used wealthy, influential backers (mainly women), discarding them as better prospects hove into view.
Just four years ago he was a backbencher in the Illinois legislature, but since then he has served a partial term in the U.S. Senate, where he spent most of his tenure campaigning for the next giant step in his upward mobility, to the Oval Office. He has never in any office run for re-election, but has instead used any current position as a boost platform for his next installation.
Observers of his presidency have been puzzled by the continuing pattern: Obama is still in campaign mode, spending a good deal of time giving major policy speeches, not only in the states, but around the globe. “What office is he running for now?” One can ask.
Tackling that question, we note that Obama is an enormously ambitious, audacious man, and – as his gritty record in Chicago politics demonstrates – an enormously competitive and at times ruthless one. Coupled with his formidable intelligence, plus the evident grandiosity revealed most blatantly in his victory speech after winning the Democratic nomination, (“This is the night when the oceans start to recede”), we glimpse a personality constellation that we have known before, notably in Alexander the Great and Napoleon Bonaparte: that of the would-be world conqueror.
If this is indeed Obama’s fantasy, then it is shared by a sizeable portion of the world’s population: a poll taken in Sept. ’09 by the BBC indicated , at that time, that a large proportion of the global sample favored Obama as world president; and my Google search of “Obama, world President,” turns up more than120, 000,000 posts.
So here is my answer to questions concerning Obama’s electoral ambitions: he aims to fill an as yet unformed position, that of World President, and – as in the past – he uses his current presidency as a launching pad toward that more grandiose goal.
Barack Hussein Obama was raised abroad, and – possibly for global electioneering purposes – he keeps his foreign name. In addition, it becomes increasingly evident that our exotic president has bought into the alien, Third-World view of the US as a dangerous bully.Source(s): Continues.. http://frontpagemag.com/2009/12/08/obama-for-world...
- Alltheway88fanLv 51 decade ago
To sink this nation so far into oblivion so all the Islamic countries can take over. If not that at least he can turn us into socialism and also rid us from the founding father's constitution. His agenda is pretty much what the liberal democrats have pushed, i.e, to make a nation dependent upon the government for lifetime help. Hey, our leaders have their retirement, health and lifestyle paid for by tax dollars. We have a country of queens and kings paid for by tax dollars. Can I say we need to vote for and push for term limits and no retirement paid by tax dollars? Can I say we need a revolt that stands and speaks that these representatives of this government of "we the people" are not of we the people? To hell with Obama's priorities! Those priorities are not of the people!
- 1 decade ago
#1 Maintain teleprompter system
#2 White House entertainment
#3 Blue Hawaii vacations
#4 Improving golf game
And fulfilling his aspirations of destroying America and all other democracies perpetuating him into world dictator role.
- CinnerLv 71 decade ago
His priorities in order:
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- SchiffyLv 61 decade ago
Obama's priorities are travel, golf, basketball, public speaking, teachable moments and the love of his Teleprompter.
- zzsleepurLv 71 decade ago
HIS AGENDAS....not AMERICA. NOTICE how he was told this man was going to do exactly what he was doing...his father told poeple and BOZO knew. Then when it happened it was what...72 hours before he made a statement and treats this man like he is a CITIZEN instead of A WAR CRIMINAL COMMITTING A TERRORIST ACT? Letting him lawyer up etc...and then BLAMING BUSH? hahahahahaha
God...the man is HOPE LESS!
- 1 decade ago
He doesn't care about the United States...he isn't even a citizen of this country.
- Bee BeeLv 71 decade ago
The man should be impeached as soon as Possible, before some one hurts him. his arrogant self is asking for impeachment, so lets do it.
- chameleon barkLv 41 decade ago
golf, friends, private companies takeover, bringing terrorists to US mainland, sending back some terrorists to their home origin, tyrannical health care program....and so on....ah! yes entertainment...
- 1 decade ago
1 – Re-election,
2 – Re-election,
3 – Re-election,
4 – Re-election,
5 – Re-election,
6 – Re-election,
7 – Re-election,
8 – Re-election,
9 – Re-election,
10 – Re-election,
11 – Re-election, and
12 – Re-election.
In that order.