http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/04/ … _cult.html
Obama can barely be seen in his first campaign ad and nothing in it touts his accomplishments. Could it be because he doesn't have any? Well any worth touting that might convince even his supporters to vote for him!
Obviously he can't run on his record so he will continue to promote class warfare and crony capitalism even as he participates in it! He will demonize the rich even though becoming president has made him rich and blame the republicans for stalling progress to his visioned transformation to socialism. Of course he will play the race card when necessary perhaps not directly but through one of his surrogates. But will that be enough to support him?
by TheWicklessCandle 7 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 Onusonus 5 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 is all sealed up for some reason.But he was the first president of the Harvard...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 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 mio cid 3 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 the republican base which is controlled by the tea party and the extreme right...
by Jimbo'daNimbo 5 years ago
http://twitchy.com/2012/10/07/democrats … -stickers/Again....no big surprise. There are no rules for the liberals.
by Anish Patel 6 years ago
'Intrade' gives Obama a 54.5% chance of reelection in 2012, do you agree?
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