I think when folks refer to the president of the United States, they oughta be respectful. What I’m sayin is refer to him as President Obama not Mr. Obama. The writer of an article in the New York Times newspaper on the doctor’s group what is against public health insurance plan referred to the President as “Mr. Obama.” Now what is really strange is he referred to the President as “President Obama” in the very first paragraph of the article. But through out the rest of the article, he was “Mr. Obama.” Respect, my man, is what is due the President.
Somebody please tell me how come we still readin bout that Palin woman? She aint sayin if she gon run for president or for governor, and if she was, do anyone think she really has a chance of winnin? She another one of them folks who is famous for being famous.
A week or so ago, I read in the L. A. Times bout a how the U. S. Military is holding a news photographer in Iraq and aint brought no charges against him. Now get this, cause it some dangerous stuff: the Military reject, not appealed, rejected a court order to release the man, claimin the man is a security threat. When the U. S. military can reject court orders without somebody’s rollin off, then we better be on our guard cause you may be next. Whatever happen to the rule of law? Was it thrown out the window when we invaded Iraq?