Obama One Term President

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    Obama Will Never Get a Second Term:

    Every single day since he was sworn in he has done something to harm business, and to hurt the overwhelming majority of Americans, while every single day he also reaches out to support someone or another unpopular group in American society.

    The pressure of public opinion builds against this increasingly unpopular president every single day. He may even have to resign before the end of his first term.

    He has kissed up to terrorists, dictatorships, and criminal ventures like ACORN, while lavishly supporting Gay Marriage and dozens of other radical Gay Agenda measures.

    He has turned on our longtime loyal friend Israel with a vengeance in trying to curry favor among radical Arab regimes.

    His war in Afghanistan is not going well, and looks every day more like another Viet Nam.

    The Economy is in shambles with no recovery in sight. He hasn't created a single job in the private sector, all the while spending trillions stimulating government spending at all levels, local, state, and federal.

    He is systematically, and seemingly intentionally bankrupting the nation. Hyper inflation, ala Jimmy Carter, is just around the corner.

    Like ALL Democrat Presidents in our history he only know how to dish out multiple forms of welfare, while putting thousands of businesses out of business, and chasing even more jobs overseas. One thing is for sure, adding to the power and influence of labor unions is not going to do anything positive for our economy. They are job destroyer experts.

    And the companies he has chosen to bail out like General Motors and Chrysler are all losers and the American taxpayers will get stuck with the bill in the end. Notice that he is only supporting companies that have labor unions that will benefit.

    Americans would have to be crazy to vote a second term for this loser who, presumably, only cares about fellow losers.
     
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    One problem.....

    Have you seen the stiffs the GOP has available to run against him?
    Have you seen the economy in the last year?

    Obama landslide in 2012
     
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    :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:
     
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    I don't know how much credence we can give to anything that Ed Naughton has to say on the subject. BUT, the Republican bench is pretty strong even at this early point, while the economy has gone nowhere in the last year, and that is just the problem. Maybe we should check with Ralph Cramdon for his opinion.

    :cuckoo:
     
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    while we're at it, let's say how great a year 1930 was economically.
     
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    Americans have short memories. If things are going better, i.e. the economy and jobs well, Barry may very well get that second term.

    A lot will depend on who the Reps field against him and the message they run with. A lot will depend also on if Americans are still pissed about being ingnored by their representatives re HC, the bailouts and the deficit.

    Only time will tell though.
     
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    Yes he will, when the economy steadily improves by the time re-election comes around, people's tones may change. Wishful thinking though. ANd definitely will if the republicans can't put out a strong challenger, and not some fundy catering fool
     
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    We'll see. Just how violent the Right gets will be a factor. They're destroying their credibility with most Americans.
     
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    Thats Ed Norton to you...

    If the Republican bench is "pretty strong" maybe you can name some names for us?? And I assume that the name from you Avatar is not included

    Right Ralphy boy???????
     
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    1930 is a good parallel. The Republicans ran the economy into the toilet and created a global Depression. Their response at the time was Hoovers famous "Prosperity is just around the corner'....this time it was "The economy is fundamentally strong"

    The end result was the Americans did not trust the GOP to run the country for the next 20 years

    The Bush recession was the worst since 1930. Like 1932 the voters hounded the GOP out of office and the GOP will be hard pressed to get another President for the next 20 years
     
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