What makes you think obama will be elected?

Obama has promised to raise our taxes this year. He’s pushing for comprehensive “immigration reform” that will really act as an amnesty for i****************s. He has denigrated Arizona before Mexico, bowed before the king of Saudi Arabia and the Chinese president and the Japanese emperor, hugged a Venezuelan quasi-dictator, and undermined a constitutional uprising in Honduras. He has pushed carbon taxes and gas taxes and estate taxes. He has propped up unfit mortgage borrowers and penalized those who pay their mortgage on time. He has bailed out his buddies in the banking industry and nationalized the auto and health industries for the benefit of his union friends. Obama has insulted the Cambridge police and defended Muslim terrorists like Maj. Nidal Hassan. He has utilized advisers who are Marxists (former Green Jobs Czar Van Jones), anti-Semites (foreign policy adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski, special adviser Samantha Power, National Security Adviser Adm. James Jones), racists (Attorney General Eric Holder), sycophantic pro-Islamists (Deputy National Security Adviser for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism John Brennan), kooks (Director of White House Office of Science and Technology John Holdren), perverts (Safe Schools Czar Kevin Jennings), and paid thugs (Rahm Emanuel). When Obama took office, the national debt was just under $10 trillion. Now it is $15 trillion, and by 2015, it will be at least $19.6 trillion. Unemployment under Obama increased to 9.7 percent, up from 7.6 percent when Bush left office. The inflation rate has yet to explode, but most economists believe it will have to unless Obama drastically raises taxes, destroying the economy even further.

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The GOP candidates. Independent
Answered By: OSU '68 - 2/5/2012
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Incumbents have a huge advantage in elections.
Answered By: Brian - 2/5/2012
Because liberals follow him like he's God. They refuse to realize that Obummer has been lying to them the past 3 years.
Answered By: Michael - 2/5/2012
Oh no. I recently read another completely out-of-context "question" that supported him, and I now I see your version from the other team. O my 'o my I'm so confused - please get me some kool-aid.
Answered By: Frank Zebottom - 2/5/2012
No, He has promised to raise taxes on the rich. Please get your facts right or your question becomes invalid and false.
Answered By: Caribou "QUIT" Barbie™ - 2/5/2012
Because of how he turned around the private sector unemployment rate and helped small business.
Answered By: sandplant16 - 2/5/2012
Cuz Mittens Romney will implode midway thru the campaign.
Answered By: Mike J - 2/5/2012
If Obama finally lets Bush's idiotic tax cuts expire this year, he will DEFINITELY have my vote. Hell, I'll vote for ANYONE who lets that happen, no matter what party.
Answered By: Smoking Joe - 2/5/2012
cause hes black.
Answered By: vega.7777 - 2/5/2012
Democrats will vote for him but they need to keep their Kool Aid to a reasonable volume. i was told that i could listen to the radio at a reasonable volume and if im listening to the radio at a reasonable volume...
Answered By: ? - 2/5/2012
He stopped the huge loss of jobs that was all bush. The economy is growing slowly but steadily, and in the right direction. He knows that giving more huge tax cuts to the uber wealthy will do absolutely NOTHING for jobs growth and will only grow the deficit! He doesn't believe in letting a book of completely... More
Answered By: Great One - 2/5/2012
Because most people, whom even care to participate, get their information from either biased MSM sound-bites or campaign commercials put out by either PAC's or their competition! Look at how the word "abortion" was never mentioned in the ABC reporting of the Komen-PP debate... One would believe that Komen simply was... More
Answered By: robzuc97 - 2/5/2012
becuse people are to stupid to vote for ron paul and the rest of the republicans are retarded. but reallhy their all the same romney and obama = robama.
Answered By: mr joe cool - 2/5/2012
Because of the worthlessness of ALL Republican candidates, which is difficult to say for a staunch GOPer, but I can't think of more undesirable slate of candidates in my whole lifetime. Adulterers, employee firing tycoon, quasi-Libertarians, ignoramuses during debates, dumb, dumber, and dumbest is what's left! Sad... More
Answered By: James Hodges - 2/5/2012
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