What does President Obama really plan to accomplish in the next four years?
I just reviewed President Obama's website. Is it just me, or is he simply running on what he's accomplished already (in sometimes very vague terms) and is avoiding anything specific he will or plans to do?
The "Obama Deception" is a great documentary, in my opinion. I also think it answers this question: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAaQNACwaLw
Obama is Wall St's puppet. He will achieve/acomplish for them what they want.
One of the problems with campaigning politicians is they can pledge the moon, but when they get into office, it's another story. It to bad we can't hold them accountable to their pledges. Romney says that he will lower the price of gasoline in his second day in office. He makes it sound like the president can control the price of gasoline. That's not the case, it's a matter of supply and demand just like the rest of economics. It's amazing that Obama has accomplished as much as he has with a congress that blocks his every move. Especially when Mitch McConnel says that he wants to make him a one term president. Obama care has a lot of long term policies that take effect over the next few years. Many of his policies are long term. That's why it looks like he is not planning anything.
Presidents break promises & offer solutions beyond their influence. But, for the president of 'transparent government' to provide misleading stats and take credit for things he did not do, as well as not offering his future agenda, is disillusion
Obama is probably planning where he will locate his presidential library, and what kind of speaking engagements he can lock up after he leaves office.
One major issue I believe he is going to push forward with if he is elected for a second term is stricter gun control. He was an Illinois senator and that is one of the worst places to try to own a gun (especially the Chicago area). I won't vote for him in the upcoming election. I like my guns and my freedom to own them and carry them daily. That's more important to me than anything he wants to "promise" to do.
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