Is President Obama a good president? Does he deserve 4 more years in your opinion?

Thanks, and who should I give my vote to in the next election? Should I vote for no one? Or should I vote for someone? I have given everyone thumbs up for their own opinions.

Asked By: - 6/2/2012
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The president is one man. One man alone. When he entered this office, the economy was shedding jobs by the hundreds of thousands jobs per month. Obama quickly acted with a large stimulus package, on the basis that more government spending, not cuts would fuel the economy when consumer spending had dropped to new lows... More
Answered By: Buddy - 6/2/2012
Additional Answers (19)
Yeah id pick obama- he got osama and besides he didn't run the us to the ground
Answered By: Mark235 - 6/2/2012
No he is not a good president, he maybe a good man, but he makes a terriable president. We do not need another 4 years of him running the country. You should vote for anyone but Obama... More
Answered By: Linds - 6/2/2012
No Hell NO
Answered By: RayHere - 6/2/2012
In my opinion, the only positive things he's done as a president were done in an effort to gain votes. I do not believe he is a good man, and I do not believe he deserves another four years... More
Answered By: Damon Lyon - 6/2/2012
Obama is not a good president. His failed policies, for which he takes no responsibility, have left us in worse shape than when he took over. He doesn't deserve 4 more minutes much less 4 more years... More
Answered By: Edward the Less - 6/2/2012
No & No We need a real leader
Answered By: there can only be one! - 6/2/2012
Whatever you do, dont vote for obama. Hes a terrible pres.
Answered By: Josh - 6/2/2012
No. No. Vote for Romney.
Answered By: Steve - 6/2/2012
He wasn't a great president, but he wasn't a bad president either. If we look at the economy he inherited from Bush, and where we are today, it can be inferred that his policies did work to a certain extent. He did pass some reforms, like the Affordable Care Act which made some positive changes, and the financial... More
Answered By: dblazer - 6/2/2012
No to both questions.
Answered By: smsmith500 - 6/2/2012
I do not think so. If you look at the second terms of presidents since Johnson you will see that their second terms are tainted by something. Johnson had us mired in Vietnam in his second term. Nixon resigned in disgraces in his second term. Reagan was involved in Iran/Contra and showing early signs of dementia in his... More
Answered By: Ogslog Mcbain - 6/2/2012
Obama2012, he is a good president. He has made mistakes but don't we all. He is better thank Romney by far.
Answered By: Toyia - 6/2/2012
The best way for you to come to the realization that President Obama has been hard at work saving this nation at every level is to make good use of the and websites, and also try the JibJab site (a parody for some of what he was facing upon taking office) plus's Obameter... More
Answered By: Armchair Goddess #1 - 6/2/2012
No. He wouldnt be our first "not good" president. Research the candidates yourself. Vote for who YOU think will do best.
Answered By: Riel's Muscle! - 6/2/2012
I personally feel he has done a moderately good to good job, given the circumstances he has been presented with considering the financial crisis and the fact that the Republicans have kept blocking his policies. Not the best president the US have had, but far from the worst, and far better than Romney. The only capable... More
Answered By: Richyboy - 6/2/2012
He is OK and I don't seen any reason to swap him for Romney.. You vote for whomever you wish.. That is your decision and no one else's.
Answered By: Suzee - 6/2/2012
He sucks and so does Romney. I won't vote for either of them.
Answered By: Only sane one here - 6/2/2012
He deserves it as much as anyone running. OBAMA 2012
Answered By: Charles U. Farley - 6/2/2012
1. I think Barack Obama has been a good president. His administration bailed out the auto industry. He passed a signature health care reform law, which he promised he'd do in his first term. He ended Don't Ask Don't Tell. His administration eliminated Osama bin Laden and other top al Quaeda leaders. He passed... More
Answered By: followpol - 6/4/2012
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