Expectations for an Obama 2nd Term..

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    Well, things are far worse than when he took office, so unless Republicans control both House and Senate, I would expect things to be far far worse in 4 years than they are now if Obama was (heaven forbid) re-elected...
     
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    I expect we will be looking at close to 20 trillion in debt by the end of his 2nd term.
     
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    20 trillion in debt is a reason not to vote for him...

    -Expect amnesty
    -More gun control
    -At least one or two degrades of our credit rating
    -We won't be a top 10 nation in competitiveness. We're down to 7th.
    -Our growth rate through the first year will remain below 2%
    -Unemployment if the cluster fuck in January isn't fixed will go back up to 8.5%
    -Obama will spark more rage in the middle east through his weakness
     
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    Can't we just get another letter from the future to tell us how it's going to go? The first one was so useful four years ago.
     
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    Lmao!

    Thats going on my facebook.
     
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    We need a business man to earn our competitiveness back and stay number one.
     
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    You don't get someone like Mitt Romney for 400k per year very fucking often. This guy makes 20 million a year and understands how to make things number one!

    We need that to remain 1#!
     
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    Bush did suck.

    However Obama is clearly unconcerned with spending money we don't have, and i don't see that changing.
     
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    The debt has grown over $5.4 trillion since Obama took office in 2009, another 4 years and my guess would be in the 22 to 23 trillion national debt range.

    Interestingly, Bush added $4.9 trillion to the national debt in eight years and Democrats think/thought he sucked..sheeeeeesh...:popcorn:
     
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    Well, Bush should have vetoed the overspending, he was far too liberal from my point of view.
     

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