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  • I would do it again but I do hate that he's bringing back partial birth abortions. :(
  • I couldn't vote for him but if i could i would have and no i would not regret it.
  • no. way too early to have regret. If someone has regret this early they are likely the fickle type that has little ability to think analytically. He has done little that we can empirically measure the results of yet. He has made bold moves that we will have to wait and see whether they are good or bad choices. There are some issues like abortion ones that are polarizing but i doubt the people who condemn such actions voted fro him anyway.
  • I didn't vote for Obama, and I'm glad I didn't. Won't be able to blame it on me. =)
  • No. I think he was the best choice and still do.
  • I DIDN'T and I am still glad. We shall all see, now won't we?
  • I have nothing against Obama, personally. I think he is a bright guy that speaks well. That's how a lot of really bad men in history came to power. Those who do not from history are doomed to repeat it.
  • hell no! he is and will be the greatest president so far (to me). nothing to regret so far. he's doing well
  • I was going to vote for a third party, but then decided to vote for Barack Obama. I believe in President Obama and I trust him, so no regrets at all.
  • Nope. I voted for him and I'd do it again in a heart beat. But maybe you should give him more than 1/48th of his term before you start asking this question?
  • No, I have no regrets voting for Obama. But, seriously, he's been in office less than 2 months. A mess as big as we are in is going to take time to set back on the right course. He needs to be given that time.
  • not yet. I do wonder about the 900 million aid to Gaza. We sure could use that here.
  • Yes and no. I believe he has done some good things, and he has done some things I don't support. He is far from perfect, but I also believe he is far better than the alternative would have been.
  • No, because the alternative was a ticket that included Palin. That idiotic, superstitious hag disqualified everyone who supported her from public office in my eyes. I consider support for Palin a good litmus test for separating the good Republicans from the bad ones. When she was announced as McCain's running mate, I started volunteering to register voters in Richmond and bought a Barrack Obama t-shirt. Obama would have to literally leave this country as a heap of smoking rubble before I concede that McCain/Palin MIGHT have been a better option.
  • Not at all. The big mess we are in is not his creation. It will take drastic means to get out of it.
  • no and i would do it again. It was either him or have another 4 years of Bush policy in which we would have ALL been homeless and without jobs and income. He has already done more in the few weeks in office to help us than Bush did in 8 years. I think it was a great choice. People expect him to perform a miracle and they are already asking "why isn't the economy better". He can't fix in 20 years what Bush has done in 8..
  • I didnt so My answer would be no.
  • No way Jose.
  • HELL NO!
  • Not at all! It took years to put us in this downward spiral. It will be even more difficult to turn this mess around. It would be silly to judge after a few weeks.
  • I didn't- so no
  • I am sure those who expect miracles are thinking about it.
  • No, I do not regret voting for him.
  • Absolutely not. No way! Anybody who expects us to pull ourselves out of this mess in a couple of weeks clearly has no understanding of how big it is. I think he's doing a wonderful job.
  • I'm old. Best damn vote I ever made.
  • Not yet, probably not ever. I'm sure as hell glad I didn't vote for McSame and Caribou Barbie.
  • Somebody does because his approval ratings are dropping fast.
  • Hell NO!!!!!!!
  • I didn't so I don't have any regret but I hope he does I good job so I don't regret that all those other people did vote for him.
  • I've been voting for 30+years and Obama is the first guy, that I voted for, that won. No, I don't regret, besides, there was no choice. The opponents were a bad tempered old guy well past his sell-by date. He was partnered with George Bush in drag. She was the perfect neo-con. She has Bush's intellect and Cheney's ethics. A truly frightening person to be one-76-year-old heartbeat from being the President of The United States. Almost anything Obama does in the next 4 years will be better than everything she would have done. Of course, if he screws up, I'm really going to look bad and will probably never vote again. Of course, that is a moot point because if he really blows it there probably won't be a country to vote in.
  • I regretted it the first week he was in office.
  • Damn right I regret it. My gas tank isn't full, my mortgage isn't getting paid yet, I don't have money rolling in from the rich. What the hell!
  • Even if he ends up turning New Orleans into a wasteland and causes everyone on Wall Street on up to go hunting for rats for food, it's still better than what we would have to have endured under Grandpa and the deer in the headlights. So no, I don't regret it and I don't regret talking my friends into voting for him either.
  • No because I didn't.
  • I didn't vote for him. I voted for Homer Simpson.
  • Hell no. He's shown himself to be a good man and a wise decision maker. The thing that I love the most, is that when he's made faulty decisions he didn't just ignore it and go with it anyways like some previous administrations. He took care of it and made it right.
  • not at all. It's gonna take time to get out of the mess and I like what he's done so far. I like his "average Joe" personality and not really stiff and hush hush. People are worried about his budget, but they forget that he is working to reduce huge expenses like the military in Iraq.
  • I didn't vote for him. I was thinking, even though we didn't have good candidates that if McCain won and had a heart attack the chick could take over. I think that would have been cool. I have my concerns about women being in office but I thought she might do better than them. =P Oh well. We can only pray things look up. God Bless America
  • i voted for him and no i dont regret it, not that it really matters seeing as im from Oklahoma and the state went to McCain anyways.
  • I didn't...

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