A word, which can be a noun or a verb, to mean change, or improvement. To make something better. Or to be a change, or an improvement.
verb: to fix, to change, to improve
noun: change, fix, improvement
to fix: The plumber tried to obama the toilet.
to change: When passing another car, you should use your blinker before you obama lanes.
to improve: If you have poor vision, wearing glasses will obama your eyesight.
fix: A drug addict can't wait until his/her next obama.
change: Do you have obama for this $100 bill?
improvement: What was that sitcom in the '90s with Tim Allen? He played the host of a show called Tool Time with Al, who always said, "I don't think so Tim." Oh yeah, was it called Home Obama?
The Messiah for brain-dead Democrats.
No matter what he says, no matter what he does, they'll worship the great Obama.
An acronym standing for
Q: What was the result of the 2008 election?
Has no real experience, because most of his time as "senator" was spent campaigning for his own election to President. Is praised for his "ability to bring change", although what kind of change he will bring will most likely surprise the mindless white liberal drones that are blindly supporting him (black rule and power over whites).
Has implied he wants to spend billions more of OUR money to third-world (read - African) countries, which WE DON'T HAVE (HELLO?), and which (let's be honest) will never be used to actually benefit their countries.
Most people are voting for him because (a)they wish to impress their black friends (won't happen) or (b)if they help bring the 1st black President into office, they will get a "Get Out Of Racism Free" card (not necessarily true, and pretty sad if that's their only goal this election).
These same people will come crying at Ron Paul's feet to lead them after the subsequent fiasco.
I am going to vote for Obama, because he represents CHANGE and HOPE. Even though I don't know a thing about how he means those terms.
No real definition for this word is possible at this time. Check back in 4 years by then a consensus by have formed. Each person projects his personal beliefs and values onto this word, and a standard meaning isn't possible at this time.
Is Obama Ronald Reagan, or Jimmy Carter.
Clueless. Switches opinions on topics during the same conversation more than once. Has only been a Senator since 2005. Horrible at giving speeches without a teleprompter. Usually stutters without it. The biggest liberal in congress. Wants change, but never clearly states what change he wants. Believes that McCain has been in Washington way too long, but selects a vice presidential candidate that has been in Washington longer than McCain (TEN more years). The typical Liberal.
I hope that Obama isn't our next president.
A New World Order puppet from one of the two party system. The political system is not a Democracy because they don't allow third party candidates to debate. By the way Obama wasn't the only black person running in the 2008 election. Obama is basically GW Bush who went to the tanning salon.
1. No withdrawel plan from Iraq.
2. Advocate of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)The butchers of Kosovo/Serbia during the late 1990's
3. Advocate of AIPAC which is a Zionist extremist orginization.
4. Hasn't talked about ending the 40+ year embargo on Cuba.
5. More troops in Afganistan.
6. No universal health care plan
7. Police style soviet state 2.0
8. Net neutrality
9. The economy sucks
10. Where's the hope and change?
Obama supporter: "I'm so happy that we have a new president that will change things around and make this country a better place and admired around the world."
Green party supporter: Why are you so excited? He's just another third term of GW Bush!
Obama supporter: "You just can't stand the fact that a black person is president!"
Green Party supporter: "Oh really? I voted for Cynthia Mckinney."
Obama supporter: who???????
when you mix dark and white liquor together
nigga im sippin on that Obama!!