Weekly Poll Results - Do you view the election of Barack Obama as globally posit

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Do you view the election of Barack Obama as globally positive ?

Yes 58.5% (75)

No 41.4% (53)

Total: 128
Start: 11-07-2008 05:44
Last: 11-14-2008 06:44

 #1 - BE CAREFUL WHEN COMMENTING - Posted by: PKM (Staff) on 11-07-2008 at 05:55
there is no rule against commenting on this poll of course, however due to recent comments made by other members concerning this subject , the rules on commenting will be strictly enforced . post your views concerning the topic, NOT your views on anyone else posting, stick to the topic . ANY racial comments will be deleted and the member posting the comments will face a life-time banning* . this warning does NOT mean you cannot post negatively about the president-elect as long as it's kept within the realm of the poll's question , ie. the question is NOT about the president-elect's race or heritage ... ie. ''I think President Obama will be good for the world economy because...'' ''I do not think President Obama will be good for the world economy because he lacks the experience in matters...'' the above examples are good examples of what's going to be allowed. ''I think Obama is going to be a horrible leader because he is black...'' the above is a simple example of what will get your comments deleted and possibly yourself banned for a very long time . keep it political, not personal . *members have already been prohibited from commenting for a set amount of time & 2 life time bannings have been handed out .

 #2 - FOR THE RECORD - Posted by: PKM (Staff) on 11-07-2008 at 07:09
if you have [u]any[/u] doubt about the content of your comment, please feel free to email one of the staff (probably myself, being i'm more readily available) with your comment .

 #3 - Posted by: computernerd (Staff) on 11-07-2008 at 11:40
well see I think some people were overreacting about him being elected, he may do a very good job, I'm not sure about being globally positve; however, south africa and one other country whos name escapes me:p, are very excited. All in all, I think we should give him a chance, who knows he may improve our country.:)

 #4 - Posted by: Bojo (Member) on 11-09-2008 at 21:27
I thought his speech was great, its makes me feel hopeful for America. I believe he will be a great president, only time will tell if i'm correct.

 #5 - Posted by: salombo (Member) on 11-10-2008 at 08:15
It doesn't happen often "lately" to see on the news crowds of people all over the world, going to the streets cheering the name of the new US president and the US flag. I must say, that was a heartwarming sight ... for what it's worth.

 #6 - free speech - Posted by: bobzilla (Member) on 11-10-2008 at 10:06

 #7 - No - Posted by: AEvilGuy (Member) on 11-10-2008 at 15:59
No, seeing America elect a man who intends to make us socialist and weak, and who has no experience and who's vice president is frankly an idiot. Not to be racist, (being racist is making a racially motivated decision or saying a offensive racial comment) but he got worldly popular everywhere because of his race. It's globally positive cause it won't effect most other countries. His plans to pull us out of Iraq, Afghanistan and the other 60 countries that were in fighting global terrorism. It'll relieve pressure on Al Queda (however you spell it) and allow them to rearm and get another major attack, possibly with a nuclear weapon.{sarcasm} but who cares we, just made "history" {sarcasm} Yay, commu.. err, 'Change' :mad: :thumbsdown::thumbsdown:

 #8 - exacto mundo - Posted by: bobzilla (Member) on 11-10-2008 at 21:03
right on AEvilGuy!!!

 #9 - @7 - Posted by: computernerd (Staff) on 11-13-2008 at 15:58
actually you're right, I agree.:(

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