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Chicago 2016 Olympic bid fails. City dropped first round.

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yo go val!! why ruin that streak you're on!! next! at least you were first at something!!!!

I would disagree. He failed and looks more like a hack Chicago politician than the President of the US. He is everyplace and no place. Maybe he will learn to settle down and learn how to be president but for right now he looks like what he is, an immature politician who got carried into office on a wave of people disgusted with Bush and the Republicans. That tide can take Obama out just as fast.

SOUNDS LIKE LOUIS YOU WERE NOT WITH HIM IN THE FIRST PLACE, THE PRESIDENT TOOK TIME OUT FROM HIS BUSY SCHEDULE TO HELP THE COUNTRY HE IS THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF OF, I THINK SOME OF YOU FORGET HE IS THE LEADER OF THE FREE WORLD, HE TRIED TO HELP NO HURT, BUT SOME OF YOU WERE CHEERING AGAINST HIM SUCCEEDING IN THE FIRST PLACE AND THEN YOU SAY, HE SHOULD HAVE STAYED IN D.C. AND NOT HAVE GONE TO DENMARK, THAT IS WHY HE WILL ALWAYS BE SUCCESSFUL, HE DOESN'T HAVE A FARM TO HIDE OUT ON, ON THE WEEKENDS, HE IS VERY BRIGHT, AND SOME OF YOU CAN'T HANDLE A MULTI-FACETED PRESIDENT, THE MAN IS AWESOME, AND HE IS DOING A GREAT JOB, REGARDLESS OF THE PUNDITS, SOME OF YOU NEED TO STOP WATCHING FOX NEWS, AND LISTENING TO RUSH, MICHAEL MOORE CHEWED UP YOUR BOY HANNITY LAST NIGHT, HE ISN'T THE SHARPEST KNIFE IN THE DRAWER EITHER, PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA THE PRESIDENT FOR ALL AMERICANS, UNFORTUNATELY SOME ARE CHEERING AGAINST YOU, VERY UNAMERICAN!

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