Why Doesn't President Obama just run on his Stellar record and leave the negative ads alone?

He said he wasn't going to go negative if I am not mistaken.

Asked By: - 8/7/2012
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Answered By: AverageJoe - 8/7/2012
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Nothing to run on. LOL!
Answered By: "The Sheep" - 8/7/2012
This baffles me as well. 8.3% unemployment is amazing. $4.00 gas is unbelievable. Trillions in stimulus spending wasted for nothing... what a bang up job... bravo.
Answered By: Dan - 8/7/2012
For exactly the same reason that Romney is doing the exact same thing - it's effective.
Answered By: Rankin - 8/7/2012
Because it works.
Answered By: Jigi - 8/7/2012
His record is one of failure and debt. He will stay far away from it or flat out lie about it.
Answered By: Kenyan Taxman - 8/7/2012
Please show your example of which presidential runner did that.
Answered By: whoyeah - 8/7/2012
He's basically screwd
Answered By: Foamy The Squirrel - 8/7/2012
What stellar record? Whether he likes it or not he will be written as America's worst mistake of this century!
Answered By: Virgil - 8/7/2012
I distinctly remember him saying he would not run a negative campaign, unfortunately his record has made it necessary to disregard that statement. Lol, uh let`s see, he evolved right?
Answered By: Justin Thyme - 8/7/2012
bahahahahaha!!!!! i almost spit out my coffee.
Answered By: daddio - 8/7/2012
LOL Because more than "stars" in his "stellar" record, you would see "Black Holes"
Answered By: BadWolf63 - 8/7/2012
"He said he wasn't going to go negative if I am not mistaken." You are mistaken.
Answered By: Rafalca Romney - 8/7/2012
The real question is: how much better would our country be if low-information voters did not fall for negative political ads? The answer to your question is: they work.
Answered By: әɹɐɯoɹ - 8/7/2012
Has anyone ever seen a 100% positive campaign from anybody?
Answered By: Ridney - 8/7/2012
Why is R(Money) running away from his Bain Record... More
Answered By: King Mob - 8/7/2012
maybe because he's trying to maintain the McCain voters and draw in conservative voters who respond to the inflammatory and to pointless and avoidable wars
Answered By: jenesaitquois - 8/7/2012
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