Top 5 Reasons Why Obama Will Not Be Re-Elected in 2012
Barack Obama’s time has come and gone. Once the establishment’s golden boy, Obama is really nothing more than a dead puppet these days.
Obama knows that he’s not going back to the White House in 2012. Yet for reasons beyond common sense, this fellow is seeking another term in office.
Obama’s presidency was such a disaster. Here’s a guy who wins the Nobel Peace Prize and then embarks on a killing spree all across the middle east. Obama was not the change nor the solution promised to gullible Americans. With an economy in dire straits, tens of millions unemployed, and now 50 million people on food stamps, who in their right mind has any hope for Obama’s re-election efforts?
Here are five good reasons as to why Barack Obama won’t be re-elected in 2012.
1.) The establishment has already decided that Rick Perry will be President. Rick Perry has great hair, but this is an evil man that will probably end up doing more for the big bankers than Obama could have ever done. Rick Perry is a nightmare just waiting to happen- a true resurrection of George W. Bush.
2.) We are on the verge of a second great depression. About this time last century, very similar signs were all pointing toward a total economic melt-down that left millions starving to death. Obama’s failure to take the right steps in order to stave off an economic collapse will inevitably sway the opinion of voters come the 2012 elections.
3.) Both republicans and democrats believe Obama to be weak on a plethora of issues. Republicans think Obama is the antichrist. Democrats think Obama is a secret republican. There is no restoring a Presidency where even folks from your own party mistrust you.
4.) The Tea Party has put too much pressure on Obama. With big government as their foe, the Tea Party has vowed total war against all proponents of such political leanings. Now with members in both the House and the Senate, the Tea Party has made things a bit too difficult for Obama and his cohorts to handle.
5.) Some polls even show Obama being beat by libertarian Ron Paul. Once considered a long-shot by many, Ron Paul smashes Obama in many national polls- testament to the fact that the ideas espoused by the Texas congressman are growing in popularity.