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    Arrow Obama Re-Electoin

    Yeah, like the title says, many are saying theyre going to Vote for Obama again, well, at least in my state, I personally think its going to be the second Biggest mistake any citizen of this country could make. Electing an unexperianced person the first time was stupid, especially a socialist, but just because Obama was in office for Osamas death? Not a reason to re-elect someone, any president could have been in office for something like that. Not to mention the other things Mr. Obama has promised and fell way short of completing...Come to think of it, Obama hasnt passed 1 thing since hes been in office has he? No suprise...

    Your thoughts, you think he will be re-elected? If so, why? If not, why?
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    I applaud his decisive action on Osama. I thought he would have pulled the "chicken switch" when it came time. But this does not make him a commander in chief.

    • He states the Mexican/American border fence is nearly complete while we see it is roughly 5% complete. Clearly not a math major.
    • His health care plan is costly, limits choice and probably unworkable. One size doesn't fit all.
    • His economic recovery plan is pushing the tough budgetary decisions off. He's kicking the can down the road while more debt builds.
    • He is not addressing unemployment. The numbers from the labor department only reflect new claims and do not con sider those who are underemployed, no longer receiving benefits or have given up. He needs to bring the jobs back. As Donald Trump says, the economic recovery plan should consider, as a key element, breaking the Chinese grip on America. Bring those customer service jobs home from India as well. The best economic recovery for some states is the return of the jobs that left under NAFTA.
    • He is soft on crime. Period. He invites rappers who sing about cop killing to the white house? C'mon!
    • He is not addressing tax issues. During his campaign he indicated he would cut taxes for all but the wealthy. But the numbers didn't work. Then, weeks before the election he changed to say he would not raise taxes on the middle and lower class. That's a flip-flop that very few caught.
    • He promised open government and an end to the good-ole-boy politics that plagued Washington. Then he takes on good-ole-boy Joe (can't keep my mouth shut) Biden as a VP.
    • Promises of government transparency went out the window as closed door discussins were held on the economy and health care.
    • His energy policy is laughable. We need oil to run this economic machine as a bridge to when green technology can be developed for the masses. That's 10-12 years out. Start drilling in the gulf... China is.


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    I am just a nobody. But if I were a betting man I would bet that Obama will get a second term. So sad but realistic.

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    If the Republican party runs Gingrich, and they just may, Obama will probably get re-elected. God help us all. If on the other hand some one like Herman Cain gets the nomination than at least we'll have some fireworks. The Obama bunch couldn't scream racism if a black man runs and wins against Obama. Or maybe they could try "bi-racism".

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC1 View Post
    I applaud his decisive action on Osama. I thought he would have pulled the "chicken switch" when it came time. But this does not make him a commander in chief.

    • He states the Mexican/American border fence is nearly complete while we see it is roughly 5% complete. Clearly not a math major.
    • His health care plan is costly, limits choice and probably unworkable. One size doesn't fit all.
    • His economic recovery plan is pushing the tough budgetary decisions off. He's kicking the can down the road while more debt builds.
    • He is not addressing unemployment. The numbers from the labor department only reflect new claims and do not con sider those who are underemployed, no longer receiving benefits or have given up. He needs to bring the jobs back. As Donald Trump says, the economic recovery plan should consider, as a key element, breaking the Chinese grip on America. Bring those customer service jobs home from India as well. The best economic recovery for some states is the return of the jobs that left under NAFTA.
    • He is soft on crime. Period. He invites rappers who sing about cop killing to the white house? C'mon!
    • He is not addressing tax issues. During his campaign he indicated he would cut taxes for all but the wealthy. But the numbers didn't work. Then, weeks before the election he changed to say he would not raise taxes on the middle and lower class. That's a flip-flop that very few caught.
    • He promised open government and an end to the good-ole-boy politics that plagued Washington. Then he takes on good-ole-boy Joe (can't keep my mouth shut) Biden as a VP.
    • Promises of government transparency went out the window as closed door discussins were held on the economy and health care.
    • His energy policy is laughable. We need oil to run this economic machine as a bridge to when green technology can be developed for the masses. That's 10-12 years out. Start drilling in the gulf... China is.


    While Rome burns, Nero fiddles. I could go on all day.
    Beautiful facts! Just to add to the energy policy, I heard that "years out" number may be larger, but apparently the libs are OK with that, but they claim that the oil drilling payoff will take too long!
    Even Rush said that no liberal would dare to run on Obama's record. When one presents the facts, it sucks! Now that we have had 4 years of Obama, he should be easy to beat. However, I fear a Republican victory may be lost if the mistakes made in 2008 happen in 2012. I think everyone, but Ron Paul that ran in 2008 was a moderate. Palin is kind of boderline in my opinion, but that's because of horrible media influence and that they have, and will continue to crucify her. Sure, The Supreme court will be safer with a moderate Republican making the call, but what about the rest of the issues? Mitt Romney fits nicely in the category of moderate Republicans who aren't real crazy about the Tea party movement, who were supposed to be the 2010 wake up call. I just think we can do better than what the 2008 crop produced.

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    Democrats? Republicans? A pox on both their houses. IMHO as soon as they get to Washington, all they are concerned about is feathering their own nests. My personal opinion is DO NOT RE-ELECT ANYBODY.

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    The goal of our government is the New World Order. Obama was groomed by the Bilderberg Group long before the 2008 elections to be the "Architect" of the New World Order. These facts alone tell me his re-election is imminent in 2012.
    In America today, it's considered worse to judge evil than to do evil. Never let these Christophobic Liberal Progressive Purveyors of Infanticide & Homosexual Perversion who always manipulate truth to be hate speech set the terms in a debate.

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    I think he will be re-elected , because there is that many stupid People in this fine country ! Of course if the country colapses then I don't know ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazy bird View Post
    I think he will be re-elected , because there is that many stupid People in this fine country ! Of course if the country colapses then I don't know ?
    It's necessary that our country does collapse, only then will we qualify for membership in the NWO.
    In America today, it's considered worse to judge evil than to do evil. Never let these Christophobic Liberal Progressive Purveyors of Infanticide & Homosexual Perversion who always manipulate truth to be hate speech set the terms in a debate.

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    True, no political affiliation or ideology is immune to greed and corruption. It is a safe assumpton that the higher number of people who are financially dependent on the government, the better the chance for an Obama re-election. This is also why illegal immegration will most likely never be address for the illegal activity it is. Creating a Socialist working class? Hmm. I recently heard a stastic that 1/5 of all African American males of working age are currently unemployed. The last time this statistic was close to the current number was back in 1971.

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