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Keeping in character Obama's decision to criticize WI governor Walker over his tactics to control the state's budget, was strictly motivated by politics and maintaining power. Every bill he passes timed to effect elections, every word he utters measured for effect on his political support, every action he takes the first consideration us always how it will help him garner support and keep his power. The man is the best example of a narcissist I have ever seen! !!
If you care so passionately about politics lady_love158 then why not focus your energies on starting your own political blog?
by mio cid2 years ago
President Obama's jigsaw puzzle strategy is winning him support of women,youth,immigrants and hispanics,black voters,union workers etc. Romney's strategy is based on how bad a president Obama has been and pandering to...
by Grace Marguerite Williams4 years ago
harbinger of bad things to come? Do you believe that the economy will become worse as a result of President Obama's reelection? If you are a Democrat, do YOU regret voting for President Obama?
by TheWicklessCandle7 years ago
So, we've seen this before. A sweep of the offices to the opposite direction, but then the president being reelected. It happened with Clinton, Reagan, etc. So, will Obama be reelected despite yesterday's landslide?
by Onusonus5 years ago
Reasons to vote for Obama,he fulfilled his promise to close gitmo, He was one of the best students who ever set foot at Columbia university, and graduated with a grade point average of....... Oh wait, that information...
by ChenardRobinson5 years ago
Ever since the President has stepped into office he has been wrong. Its almost as if white people forgot to vote in 2008 and President Obama stole the seat. I would like to take you on a journey over the last four years...
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