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Will Obama be re-elected in 2012 and if so will it be a good thing and why?

  1. Fenixfan profile image96
    Fenixfanposted 7 years ago

    Will Obama be re-elected in 2012 and if so will it be a good thing and why?

  2. colonial82 profile image59
    colonial82posted 7 years ago

    Yes, President Obama will be re-elected in 2012, especially with people like Sarah Palin running against him.  Maybe if they can find a good candidate to run against him, there might be a chance, but there isn't one in the current field.  You need to remember that Ronald Reagan had worse poll numbers than President Obama at the same time and look how his 2nd election worked out for him.

    Have a good day.

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    SpaceAgeposted 7 years ago

    I'm not sure if he will. Many ppl r upset @ having what may turn out as 2 yrs w/o a pay raise in Social Security. Our country's also upset over having our wings clipped so we can't fly our new Orion space craft after the space shuttle retires. Our space program may suffer since a monkey wrench was thrown right in2 our future plans. However, I'm sure those who were called by God as future astronauts will get 2 fly sometime; I'm among those called. God will c 2 it that His will 4 my life is done. When He speaks, He has the last Word.

  4. jasenpages profile image61
    jasenpagesposted 7 years ago

    I hope to god he gets re-elected, he's one of the best things to happen to America in a LONG time.

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    American Tigerposted 7 years ago

    In that Barry needs to run an "against" campaign, this November's Republican sweep will actually improve his chances in 2012. Still, I predict a one term presidency: Large chunks of Obamacare are being found unconstitutional, the porkulus bill has done none of the things it was promised to do, EVERYONE'S taxes are due to go up come January 1st...

    Despite a national press that vilified, crucified and continually ridiculed Reagan, he won both his elections in landslides, which included a large percentage of "Reagan" Democrats. Barry lacks ANY Republican support, and a recent Gallup poll found 40% of Americans identify as Conservative, while only 21% identify as liberal.

    I've learned not to trust Democrats when they tell me which Republican to run against their candidates. After all, they said McCain was the Republican to fear. He was an "intelligent moderate" who could "bridge the gap and pull independents." Until Barry won his primaries. THEN the knives came out, and suddenly McCain was a "doddering old man with nothing to contribute."

    So by all means my liberal hubster friends, keep naming those candidates who you want to say pose no challenge to Dear Leader.

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