President-elect Barack Obama faces a lot of challenges as he prepares to enter the White House. What will be the biggest challenge of his first year as president -- and how do you think he will handle it?
You now have a president that understand contract law. I believe he is committed to honoring the constitution. It will be good for our nation.
His biggest problem will be controlling his ego. Expectations will be much greater than his delivery.
The nations economy. He will have to take a hard line/no non-sense approach to balancing our nations budget and getting rid of all the pork.
Leon Panetta is a big mistake. You can't take a bureaucrat who knows nothing from national secutity and make him the head of the Central Intellegence Agency. It is totally ludicrous and appeasing to his left wing with this nomination.
All of the people who voted for him thinking that he is going to make them "rich too."
I think he will concentrate on the economy. He will try to reach both sides if the republicans will cooperate. In reality it is politics as usual. Lots and lots of filibustering, not much done in congress. I don't think things will ever change, and it will be the sinking of America.
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