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How in the world could you vote for Obama? I just don't get you democrats, get you head out of the clouds and come back down to reality, the economy is not improving!

Asked By: Patrick - 10/28/2012
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Here's why I believe Obama should be president... More
Answered By: Pragmatism Please - 10/28/2012
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Obama is causing universal trickle up poverty.
Answered By: Rocky - 10/28/2012
 
If you're concerned about jobs and the middle class, don't vote for Republicans... More
Answered By: iris054 - 10/28/2012
 
Right now, the economy is almost in the exact same shape it was when Bush left office (not even Rush Limbaugh can deny that...without lying, of course). Unemployment numbers are the same and the Debt is actually growing at a slower rate then when Bush was mis-managing things. Obama stopped the bleeding.
Answered By: Smarter Then You - 10/28/2012
 
Debt is growing due to the deficit... More
Answered By: Leo - 10/28/2012
 
He's like a leech on America
Answered By: bye bye Barack!! - 10/28/2012
 
"how in the world?" what's that supposed to mean? there's voting booths everywhere. what'd you mean "how... More
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Answered By: Chris Christie the fat guy - 10/28/2012
 
The really sad feature of the job is the historic number of under of 18 to 30 year old people who have had no real job. The sad joke was the "shovel ready" promise of 2008. If I voted in the U.S., that lie would be the single factor upon which to vote.
Answered By: thomas p - 10/28/2012
 
The USA was running surpluses under Clinton. Bush Jr burned all that down plus started 2 wars. Republicans just say they are for responsible government. Do not judge them by what they say, judge them by what they do.
Answered By: Douglas L - 10/28/2012
 
I'm voting for obama because... More
Answered By: thomas n - 10/28/2012
 
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