m.guardian.co.uk Is this really what we want to vote for? Think of all the college grads that may have to wait up to ten years to get a good footing started in life. All the lost hopes, dreams and possibilities at a bright future. 2018 people. Shit by the time the economy turns around to the point that jobs are plentiful many grads will be left in the dust because the education they received will be obsolete. Unless Obama gets a congress that's willing to do his bidding we will be stuck with this gridlock for another four years. Nothing will change except the amount of executive orders he signs. So why the fuck should anyone vote for him. You would have to be satisfied with this mess to desire four more years of it. Romney on the other hand was governor of a democratic state and still managed to get things done. If he was reasonable enough for democrats in his state then why shouldn't we believe he could work across the lines in DC? Obama has demonstrated that he is incapable of leading congress so by default it should be time to give the job to someone else. Romney inspired America during his first debate as witnessed in the post debate polls. Lets see if he can inspire congress.