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Who will be the next President of the United states?

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    MattYunkposted 5 years ago

    Who will be the next President of the United states?


  2. ChristinS profile image96
    ChristinSposted 5 years ago

    I believe it will be a 2nd Obama term as none of the Republican candidates are worthwhile enough in their own right to challenge him.  Romney is too far disconnected from reality and Santorum is a religious zealot so I believe it will be Obama again almost certainly - and if those are only alternatives I hope Obama is in office again.

  3. The Dix View profile image59
    The Dix Viewposted 5 years ago

    Too easy, Obama.  He will run unopposed unless you consider Romney.  But it's hard to consider Romney because Romney has no positions on anything.  Romney has to cut his ties to his only major political accomplishment to run, leaving him with no political accomplishments.  That only leaves his achievements at Bain Capital, where more people lost their job's than remained employed. 
    Let's not forget that Romney has gone on the record as being for and against more positions than can be remembered, so he's not likely a threat to Obama, even with his super pack funding. 
    I wouldn't be surprised to see his Super pack funding dwindle while the billionaires who are supporting him run for more local candidates in an attempt to keep power in the house or take the Senate, but those GOP'ers seem to have shut the door on their electability with their war on women and now the release of Ryan's new budget, sure to scare he hell out of everyone 50 and older. 

    You have to wonder what they are thinking.  Can they really be this disjointed or is there some (any) plan?  After all, cutting the fragile safety net at the end of the greatest recession of all time while cutting taxes on the very rich?  And they did this publicly?  Do you really think someone making 80,000 a year cares about the tax savings of someone making 500,000 a year?  Let's count how many people make 80,000 or less and tally that up against those making 500,000 or more.  If your math is like mine, the proposal is a big loser, but you can't put the sound bite back into the mike. 
    The GOP budget is DOA, but it will be a political sound bite until... My guess is November.  As if that wasn't enough, the war on women is sure to kill most of them, and if it doesn't, the Dem's are just too stupid to take advantage.  Now I don't think most Dems are Phi Beta Cappa's, but this is almost too easy.  You get women, blacks and Hispanics? All that against self deportation, tax cuts for the rich and mandatory trans-vaginal ultrasound bills along with shielding doctors from telling women the truth about their pregnancies?
    And you asked this question?????

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    MattYunkposted 5 years ago

    Well...looks like everyone on here is a liberal...(*Joking*)...Obama messed this country up, and is going to continue to mess it up if re-elected. America needs a Republican in the White House, more specific, a True Conservative. For the obvious reasons, to fix Obama's mistakes. Get America back on track, and moving forward. Obama has only hert America, and I think the American people know this, and we will see the results in this up coming election. Personally, I would like to see Rick Santorum to win, and be the next President of the United states. I don't think he is a religious nut job. I like his views, and more should strive to be like him. Do I think he has a chance against Obama? Maybe. And hopefully, he will win.