Skip to comments.Obama's second term: More Reaganesque acting or bold Nixonian action (Putin wants 0bama)
Posted on 09/29/2012 5:59:44 AM PDT by Perdogg
President Barack Obama will easily defeat his Republican opponent former Governor Mitt Romney of Massachusetts.
There was never any doubt about the outcome.
American media corporations portrayed the 2012 presidential election as a vibrant and close contest between Obama and Romney, even though the outcome in Obama's favor was certain from the outset.
(Excerpt) Read more at english.pravda.ru ...
Our enemies want Obama to win. Says it all.
Yes - when Putin and all the dictators of the world are hoping for an Obama win, one would think the brain dead would wake up....
Wishful thinking from the commies. Romney will win and slow down the process.
It’s striking just how much our old media “news” organizations sound like Pravda.
The “I will stand with the Muslims..” should be an ad from one of the super pacs! American Freedom of Speech vs Muslim Sharia. There is just so much wonderful material to beat Obama with.
McKinleyesque is the most likely comparison
Excellent graphic. Perfect example of a picture is worth a thousand words.
Nixonian?! Try Stalinian. IF the guy in the White House actually cared for the U.S. it would be palpable, but since he does not, it is as if we have another nation ruling us.
What Putin wants is the US down to 300 nuke warheads. He will get that in a zero second term.
Then Putin can do whatever.
Putin needs Obama.... to fulfill his agenda of expansion...
BTW great graphic.... should be plastered all over the internet.
Size is punched up to about 980x1221
Great graphic to email and link
It may show up on GOOGLE Image Search if the WebBots grab it here on FR
Then it could go viral.....
Of course he wants Obama. We all heard the video of Obama promising to help them out once the election is over. And Obama’s a weak President, offering up America’s backside to those who want us defeated.
Former Governor Mitt Romney of Massachusetts will easily defeat his Democrat opponent Obama.
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