Skip to comments.Oprah wants 'respect' for Obama
Posted on 02/11/2011 5:59:45 AM PST by John W
Oprah called on President Obama's critics on Friday to show some level of respect.
"I feel that everybody has a learning curve, and I feel that the reason why I was willing to step out for him was because I believed in his integrity and I believed in his heart," the influential TV host said on MSNBCs Morning Joe in Chicago.
Of the negative mood of the country, Oprah added, I think everybody complaining ought to try it for once.
She said the presidency is a position that holds a sense of authority and governance over us all, and that even if youre not in support of his policies, there has to be some level of respect.
FUOW and your lesbian girlfriend.
"she must be planning the Dumbo brothers family reunion"
Oh yes miss Oprah right away miss Oprah sorry we offended you miss Oprah....shut up and sit down we had enough of your crap!
First, why would O be on a poorly rated show like Morning Joe, even if it is broadcast from Chicago? Second, if she still believes in O’s “integrity” she’s delusional. Third, when she says everyone should try it...what’s “IT”? Being president? Blindly following the ‘bammer? What?
yeah!... show the guy some damn respect!... It’s not easy toppling the greatest democracy that ever existed on the face of the planet!
I would not FOW
Oprah, I hate to tell you this, but the man wanted this job enough to campaign for it and lie like a troll.
The Presidency is not a job where you can enjoy “A learning curve”. You are expected to go into it with a experience and wisdom, not “good intentions”. We can’t afford it. Countries have been destroyed for any less.
And shame on the MSM that did not stress this man’s inexperience. And on a foolish public that voted in a man because he was a different color and fell for styrofoam columns and “coolness” instead of substance.
You better worry about your new network getting some respect, Miss Oprah.
Respect is EARNED, Oprah.
“I feel that everybody has a learning curve,”
I agree however when you are going for a job you feel you are qualified for and spend so much time and money seeking, you get 90-days like at any job for the “probie” period. Then you have to begin taking responsibility.
Oprah added, I think everybody complaining ought to try it for once.
I am OK with this too. I’ll be there Thursday at 10:00 to be sworn into office. I’ll do it.
They can both kiss my ass.
Two cheeks, no waiting.
Oprah, when the man starts to show respect for our Constitution,the rule of law,and the wishes of the People, perhaps he might earn a little respect. As it stands right now, he does not deserve any.
Oh my ribs hurt. I haven’t laughed so hard in a long time. Say, O, honey, you owe me for a keyboard and some LCD screen cleaner, too.
“...learning curve” ?
I respect him . . . as a threat to the freedom of this nation.
Did she ever talk this way about Bush?
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