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How much do you worry about being injured or adversely affected by an asteroid or large meteorite colliding with Earth?

  1. A lot
  2. More lately
  3. A little
  4. Not much
  5. Not at all
 
 
 
 
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Missy1

Feb-16-13 12:24 AM

I would like it to buzz Washington DC, just to wake those deadbeats off their little chairs. They work for us and think we work for them.

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MarkHighwater

Feb-16-13 12:24 AM

Odds are better of getting hit by a cruise missle than a asteroid,like the one that hit the pentagon on 911.

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muleskinner

Feb-16-13 5:24 AM

If I was living anywhere near Washington, DC, I would be very worried.

I don't stick my nose into everybody else's business, so I don't worry about some asteroid making my life miserable.

However, President Obama is very adept at making people's lives miserable, so his chances of being hit by an asteroid are much greater.

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MarkHighwater

Feb-16-13 5:30 AM

At least Obama is keeping his approval rating well above the 22 percent of his predecessor...and he hasn't sent any bankers to jail either.

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EarlyBird

Feb-16-13 7:33 AM

Truly, the sky is falling!!

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garmst

Feb-16-13 7:55 AM

Everything Is Politics To You Idiots In Minot

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EarlyBird

Feb-16-13 10:44 AM

Day O... Daylight come and we wanna go home... Day O! The greatest things have risen from depressed humanity.

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WorriedAmerican

Feb-16-13 11:20 AM

h4c yes we pay for the President's salary and we paid for your salary when you were in the military. We pay for all the retired President's, Senators, Representatives, and all the other Federal Gov't workers. Why does President Obama bother you so much?

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locomotive

Feb-16-13 12:22 PM

If our nation's economy is in trouble, I'd think a viable, visible leader like our President would be setting an example of prudence and/or frugality in his presidential and personal life.

What it looks like is "I feel your pain" in the SOTU speech, then "sorry, gotta run" to the next vacation spot. That is what it looks like.

Do I want to go instead of he & and his family? No. I want all of us USA citizens to get real about our profligate spending and the debt crisis, or at least act like it's real. If it's not real, why the various press conferences about this or that economic issue?

Leaders should, by virtue of their position, lead by example. Not that hard to understand or appreciate, in a real world.

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namexxx

Feb-16-13 12:28 PM

I'm really worried. This is a crisis.

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namexxx

Feb-16-13 3:01 PM

He's president of you -- all the five people you pretend to be.

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locomotive

Feb-16-13 6:48 PM

Who knows? When it comes to an observable track record or lack thereof ("present"), anyone can be elected POTUS.

I hope the Russians are doing OK. The footage provided by citizenry was impressive. And surreal.

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namexxx

Feb-16-13 9:37 PM

I'm worried sick.

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MarkHighwater

Feb-17-13 12:15 AM

BUSH/CHENEY left office with a 22 percent approval rating..the worst since Herbert Hoover.

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Missy1

Feb-17-13 1:41 AM

No, but he did send a movie maker to jail, and tried to blame the Benghazi situation on it. And still not telling the truth. He didn't want to be bothered because of the election.

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MarkHighwater

Feb-17-13 3:26 AM

BUSH/CHENEY should go to jail for war crimes and lying to the American people about WMDs or lack thereof in IRAQ !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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muleskinner

Feb-17-13 9:20 AM

Wouldn't it be a large meteor?

It wouldn't be a meteorite until after it has collided with the earth.

I was up all night last night worrying and wondering if the fly-by asteroid would boomerang, fly right back to the earth, collide with the Super Large Hadron Collider and destroy the entire earth.

It hasn't happened yet, so I am somewhat relieved. I can get some sleep now, but I will still worry a little about the boomerang effect.

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WorriedAmerican

Feb-17-13 9:47 AM

President Bush spent a total of 3 YEARS ON VACATION over his 8 years in office! All the while we had two wars going on and the mismanagement of the hurricane Katrina disaster! Not to mention the worst economic disaster since 1929! Yes old GW left quite a legacy!

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muleskinner

Feb-17-13 10:00 AM

The Republicans borrowed money from a lender to spend, they didn't tax to spend.

Last year, the interest paid to bankers that the fed gov paid was 454 billion dollars.

Had President Obama vacationed all during his administration and avoided doing his job altogether, the fed gov wouldn't be an additional 10 trillion dollars in debt.

With any luck, he'll be golfing tomorrow and the next day after that.

Be 100 over par on every hole.

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animal

Feb-17-13 1:16 PM

Why thehell do you guys complain about the MDN questions, no matter what they ask you turn it into a hate Bush rant anyway! You libs are so ridiculous its simply laughable as usual. There has never been a loser like Emperor Obama in the history of the world, he even makes (se'm luv'm billy) look good and that's a real accomplishment! Just in case you are wondering if Emperor Obama is lying? if his lips are moving he is!!!

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EarlyBird

Feb-18-13 7:26 AM

Lorexxx after that question about Bush and Clinton I strongly feel we should lower the age to purchase guns to 12.

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keyzgirl62

Feb-18-13 8:39 AM

How did this question become political again???

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EarlyBird

Feb-18-13 2:50 PM

That is funny Bill!!! It doesn't take many of those zingers to make it worth it! LOL!!!

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