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The One, Incontrovertible Reason Barack Obama Is Going To Lose The November Election

 
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The One, Incontrovertible Reason Barack Obama Is Going To Lose The November Election
About nine months from now, Americans are going to be asking themselves one question:

"Am I better off now than four years ago?"

For the overwhelming majority of Americans, their answer is going to be a clear and resounding "No."

Many Americans who voted for Obama and truly believed in the "Hope and Change" mantra are going to feel like suckers that have been used, abused and lied to.

However, they'll still want to see their dream of Hope and Change fulfilled: but their "hope" will be for a better future -- and the "change" they'll desire will be for new leadership.

Barack Obama doesn't have a snowball's chance in hell of being re-elected.

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Then they are going to be retold all the times the GOP in Congress said they will stop working for the benefit of the nation and how they will make sure nothing is done during Obama's administration. Then S&P pointing to the GOP for their rating decline of the nation will be once again brought up. Then all the rich GOP saying they don't give a damn about the poor will be quoted once again.

Then Obama will win.
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"Then they are going to be retold all the times the GOP in Congress said they will stop working for the benefit of the nation and how they will make sure nothing is done during Obama's administration. Then S&P pointing to the GOP for their rating decline of the nation will be once again brought up. Then all the rich GOP saying they don't give a damn about the poor will be quoted once again.

Then Obama will win."



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Then all the rich GOP saying they don't give a damn about the poor will be quoted once again.
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Who said that? Nobody.

But Barack Obama just cut LIEAP funding in half, and a couple years ago he cut Food Stamps. He is the one who doesn't care about the poor.
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Re: The One, Incontrovertible Reason Barack Obama Is Going To Lose The November Election
About nine months from now, Americans are going to be asking themselves one question:

"Am I better off now than four years ago?"

For the overwhelming majority of Americans, their answer is going to be a clear and resounding "No."

Many Americans who voted for Obama and truly believed in the "Hope and Change" mantra are going to feel like suckers that have been used, abused and lied to.

However, they'll still want to see their dream of Hope and Change fulfilled: but their "hope" will be for a better future -- and the "change" they'll desire will be for new leadership.

Barack Obama doesn't have a snowball's chance in hell of being re-elected.
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Another way to ask the same question, but reminding voters of what we ALL should be angry about is:

"Are YOU, personally, better off than you were four-and-a-half TRILLION dollars ago?"

This question should be the CORE of the R's strategy.

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About nine months from now, Americans are going to be asking themselves one question:

"Am I better off now than four years ago?"

For the overwhelming majority of Americans, their answer is going to be a clear and resounding "No."

Many Americans who voted for Obama and truly believed in the "Hope and Change" mantra are going to feel like suckers that have been used, abused and lied to.

However, they'll still want to see their dream of Hope and Change fulfilled: but their "hope" will be for a better future -- and the "change" they'll desire will be for new leadership.

Barack Obama doesn't have a snowball's chance in hell of being re-elected.
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Actually, genius, don't you realize that the Crown decides who is gonna be President?

Obama has more 'Royalty' then Romney, so if Romney is the Republican candidate, then Obama will win.

The only hope the Republicans have if with Net cause he has more 'Royalty' then Obama.
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So much for that bullshit.

Yes, we are better off than during the economic crash of 2008.

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