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I don't mean to go off on a rant here, but what exactly has Obama done to win the Nobel Peace Prize? As I sit here and listen to his speech, he has taken credit for ending the War in Iraq...answer me this question: is there still not troops in Iraq? and are these troops still not fighting against rebels? If you answer yes to either question, then the war is not over. Also, don't think that everybody is happy as you Liberals may be. 9 months in office apparently qualifies somebody to win a nobel prize, so were was George Bush's? I'm pretty sure he wasn't involved in a war for his first 9 months... In other news, Health Care is gaining momentum. I have finally come to this conclusion: the best way to fight this bill is to let it pass. As stated in months past, this bill would last for a few years. Here is my advice to the Republicans: let it pass. Now, why should it pass? Because this would be the best way to show America that the Democrats have no clue what you are doing. Remember America, it takes a jack**** to make a Reagan. I still believe that Romney will win the 2012 election. The Quarantine Bill faces one last challenge: the Senate. Somehow, it passed the House, now it must pass the Senate. So far, all other bills that have passed the House have fizzled in the Senate. I hope for current America that this passes. However, on the other hand if it does pass, future America will know what to do. Is it just me, or do you feel "change" in the air? What is the definition of a revolution I ask you? Aristotle describes it as an undamental change in power or organizational structures that takes place in a relatively short period of time. In 2010, a political revolution may occur. I have heard advocates saying vote out everybody in DC. Though there are people that say this every two years, for some reason, I have heard it more so this time around. Plain and simple America, if you really believe in change, then vote out everybody you can for the 2010 midterms. Then, you will have some big change. I just believe that the only change for 2010 is a switch in power (i.e. revolution) from Liberal to Conservative. If that happens, then prepare for a Republican president in 2012. The same thing happened in 1978-1980.

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