Could Pres Obama Win Again?

  1. jamesrk profile image32
    jamesrkposted 3 years ago

    Could Pres Obama Win Again?

    If President Barack Obama could run again, are you satisfied enough with his overall performance globally and nationally to vote for him again if he could run? Please explain your answer as completely as possible for others who might want to respond.

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    Stargrrlposted 3 years ago

    It would depend on who was running against him.  If the opponent appeared to be a better candidate, I would vote for the opponent.  Other than that, I am not dismayed with Obama.  I don't think he is the best, but I am not sorry I voted for him--twice.

  3. tsadjatko profile image65
    tsadjatkoposted 3 years ago

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    Could he win again?

    Well let's see, what is his track record of winning since he became president?

    He won the Nobel Peace Prize! Why? No one really knows why, apparently it depends on what the meaning of peace is. (reminiscent of "what the meaning of is is"). In this case peace means his "vision" not anything he actually did. It should be the Nobel "Vision of Peace" award, or in other words Best Pipe Dream award.

    He won a second election for President shortly afterward it was proven he won running on lies, Benghazi was a video problem, If you like your plan you can keep it, your premiums will go down $2500, need I go on?

    Which leads us to his next big win, Obama tops Washington Post's list as biggest liar of the year. Now that's a win win! What president has ever won re-election and within a year been officially named winner of the Lie of the Year award?! I mean Obama Lies About What He's Saying As He's Saying It! Just look it up.

    I ask you, if Obama wasn't black do you think he would ever have won anything? Ever? Or would he have just been viewed as another lying white guy politician. Take a poll, if the majority of people can honestly say yes to that question, well then yes he could be re-elected! He has that going for him, and that's all.

    Hopefully the majority of voters would  subscribe to the "new" age old adage, fool me 50 times shame on me, fool me 51 shame on you and not allow him to win again!









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