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Will Obama be re-elected in 2012?

Yes 111 37.00%
 
No 98 32.67%
 
Too early to call 79 26.33%
 
I don't know 12 4.00%
 
Total:300

It is hard to say. I would love to say ABSOLUTELY NOT but I agree with everyone else, I see no republican that could get enough votes to steal the election.



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How has he done pretty good? What did he accomplish besides the horrid healthcare bill?



Being he ran on change and that is the reason he won and he has changed ......???? I say no if somone at least decent runs against him.



No he will not be reelected. Anyone who voted for him should be ashamed of themselves., and anyone who will vote for him again after all the shit he has done is a retard.



         

Christopher5777 said:

After seeing people's replies it just shows how little people know about politics.. Do i think Obama will win re election? absolutly..  Lets look at it this way.  At this same time in their presidencies, both Reagan and Clinton where at 40% approval ratings. Everyone said they would lose re election big, well what actually happened was both won re election by more votes than their first election!

I saw one poster here compare Obama to carter? lol really?  Obama is the anti carter..  Carter was incompotent, Obama got healthcare reform done, something 7 presidents have tried for the last century, Obama did it.  Obama has turned around this economy. Jobs ar growing again, GDP is growing again, consumer confidence is back up and things are looking up for the better.

Obama has held at a very steady 48% approval rating for the last 6 months, what that shows is Obama has a very strong base of support.  All Obama is doing is keeping his campaign promises, nothing more nothing less. Lets go through them shall we.  Healthcare reform done, Dont Ask Dont tell on the way to being repealed, he sent more troops to afghanistan, the Iraq war is still ending in 2 months, the economy is roaring, financial reform is expected to be passed by July 4th and he ordered the closing of GITMO.

He talked about ALL these things on the campaign trail.  Also the GOP doesnt have ANYONE worth running.. Sarah Palin? lol i needed a good joke..  Rand Paul/Ron Paul, the same ones that want to repeal civil rights?  yea right.   The bottom line is, YES Obama will win re election by a landslide.  Id be willing to bet money on it

You obviously have no idea what you are talking about. Rand Paul was not saying that he wanted civil rights repealed, he simply stated the the federal government should not have a right to tell a company whom it may or may not serve. That is libertarianism at its core; the federal government was never meant to have the vast power it now employs. A reporter with an (far left of course) agenda turned it into, "Rand Paul wants to repeal civil rights." Keep on spouting off your far left lies pal. Do you actually believe the drivel you spout out?



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I'm personally voting for Dj Jazzy Jeff, but I think it's about 60% chance that he'll get elected again.



sguy78 said:
Christopher5777 said:

After seeing people's replies it just shows how little people know about politics.. Do i think Obama will win re election? absolutly..  Lets look at it this way.  At this same time in their presidencies, both Reagan and Clinton where at 40% approval ratings. Everyone said they would lose re election big, well what actually happened was both won re election by more votes than their first election!

I saw one poster here compare Obama to carter? lol really?  Obama is the anti carter..  Carter was incompotent, Obama got healthcare reform done, something 7 presidents have tried for the last century, Obama did it.  Obama has turned around this economy. Jobs ar growing again, GDP is growing again, consumer confidence is back up and things are looking up for the better.

Obama has held at a very steady 48% approval rating for the last 6 months, what that shows is Obama has a very strong base of support.  All Obama is doing is keeping his campaign promises, nothing more nothing less. Lets go through them shall we.  Healthcare reform done, Dont Ask Dont tell on the way to being repealed, he sent more troops to afghanistan, the Iraq war is still ending in 2 months, the economy is roaring, financial reform is expected to be passed by July 4th and he ordered the closing of GITMO.

He talked about ALL these things on the campaign trail.  Also the GOP doesnt have ANYONE worth running.. Sarah Palin? lol i needed a good joke..  Rand Paul/Ron Paul, the same ones that want to repeal civil rights?  yea right.   The bottom line is, YES Obama will win re election by a landslide.  Id be willing to bet money on it

You obviously have no idea what you are talking about. The Rand Paul was not saying that he wanted civil rights repealed, he simply stated the the federal government should not have a right to tell a company whom it may or may not serve. That is libertarianism at its core; the federal government was never meant to have the vast power it now employs. A reporter with an (far left of course) agenda turned it into, "Rand Paul wants to repeal civil rights." Keep on spouting off your far left lies pal. Do you actually believe the drivel you spout out?

Ya, this is why I prefer liberal, unaffiliated media. They state the truth, not one side of the coin.

As for a good GOP candidate for President how about Jeb Bush. He ran my state very well when he was in the office of governer of Florida. I would also love Charle Crist to run as 3rd party.



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No, no way at all as it looks right now.

In one sentence, he achieved nothing and just made the situation worse for the US. He wasn't even elected because he was any good, but because of media hype and thrilling speeches, along with hope, promise, and on and on... nobody's falling for that again.



There's no way he'll lose, no one can beat him in a debate - he's just too smart. He's too good of a politician. He has the upper hand despite his popularity ratings atm.

But the repulican machine can and will always cook up some scandals, we'll see how that plays out.  Misinformation campaigns however will become less and less effective as the internet takes hold on us.



 

It will be my first election to vote in and i will be voting NO.