Barack Obama Re-elected President 2012
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Barack Obama Re-elected President 2012
“Here is a reaction from a guy who just wants to see better for his country and fellow man..”
The GOP didn’t mind losing to Obama and Republicans supporters are shocked? It is not that Obama did such a good job to win but the GOP did such a bad job or realistically let Obama win since they abandoned Conservative principles, just like so many mindless Republicans voters have. Many have admitted that the GOP planned on losing but the reason is why? Also why didn’t the voters see it? No offense but educated people on the matter back the issues up and predicted an intentional loss while the rest of the so called political right wing pundits wonder what happened. Click links for more info on the specific matter.
”Reagan believed that conservatism proper was like a three-legged stool, consisting of social, national security and economic/Libertarian conservatives”
But the GOP has abandoned it and has destroyed its base to be more like the far lest while calling others the people that follow Reagan views crazy Ron Paul, Garry Johnson, Pat Buchanan, and the rest. But “Reagan’s “three legged stool” has become a pogo stick” renewamerica.com And the GOP loves it that way.
As bad as Obama is at the GOP says, the Romney is even worse to not even beat one of the worst Presidents in history. So people have to ask themselves about Romney “Can’t Be Worse Than Obama” and take serious time to think about it.
The GOP does not just disagree they viciously spent time to attack anyone with that view. Even Reagan’s adviser Pat Buchanan pointed how the GOP left its conservative roots and many follow the party blindly. Many republicans do not even know that they they push for are old liberal agendas and if pointed out they will go mad. Buchanan explains how ‘the Republican Party is at death’s door’ wnd.com But what does a top Reagan, Ford, and Nixon adviser know when you have the GOP masses giving an opinion that is worth nothing right?
Some might say it was not intentional and that they did not care as much which is why they gambled on Romney than select someone the Republicans wanted. A politician is put in by the people to do thing for the people and Romney across the board went against the majority on many issues. The Republican party if a party to leave people alone but the current GOP is how to but into peoples lives as much as they can. “3 Reasons Mitt Romney and Republicans Lost Big in Election 2012″ ReasonTV Even way back in 2011 its been talked about “What Does the GOP Really Want in 2012?” “But it is clear that in 2012, the GOP is running to lose the presidency, by design.”
The 4 main republican radio hosts bashed Romney for months how had he is and how he is the most far left candidate yet blame voters for not voting for him. Almost everything Romney has voted on is similar to Obama and was the worst rated conservative across the board in the primaries which is why they kept having a flavor of the month until last they came to Romney. Romney got most of the money not by people wanting him but by big corporations which have also given money to Obama.
This site predicted a GOP blow back in April. “Mitt Romney agrees with Barack Obama on major issues, while people choose them for minor ones. Is that “CHANGE”?” “it will not help the GOP in the end just like in the last election trenchpress.com
Seriously Presidential power has been hyped up too much and if you want to make a difference look who you vote for in local elections and congress. Many Republicans will take offense to losing and still wont understand why did not win in a land slide or why they lost at all since they are in denial. Fewer people voted in this election more so on the democratic side and Romney did not win across the board since he was a gamble form day one and many pointed it and and the GOP did not care since they knew there was no difference and were willing to have a Republican that is like Obama than A democrat which is Obama. The issue has been said many times for a year now and people closed their ears and they were to blame for not making rational decisions. Choosing Romney by saying he has the best chance is the weakest reason. No one wanted Romney and they voted for him since they didn’t want Obama and not Romney. But if you want some good news the economy will get better in the next 2 years and get far worse in 3 years no matter if Romney or Obama won since they have the same financial policy which won’t help the economy. The GOP has its turn and picked Bush and he did not bring down the debt and took away more of your freedom. Here is a video that even a child can understand but both Romney and Obama supporters are clueless on the “The Little Government that Could”.
If you google “Romney will win” that is 5.5 million results.
But if you googles “Obama will win” that is 17.5 million results. Which many people even Former president George Bush said Obama will win, and even former GOP Candidate running Libertarian Party presidential nominee Gary Johnson has stated.
You can see the full results of who voted for who and the GOP burned the people that they would have has a majority which went with Obama. Obama got 55% of the women vote, 60% under age 30, 52% under 45, 71% Latino, over 70% Asian, 55% post graduate degree, 51% high school, the college grads and non college grads, 60% of people making under $50k, and besides Romney getting the the majority of the Protestant vote, the majority of Catholics, other religion, and non religious went with Obama. Romney got most of the independent vote and still could not win which also says a lot.
It does not matter that around 3 million republicans voted less this election than the previous since 10 million fewer democrats votes in this election. It also does not matter that the US is the only first world country that doesn’t need ID. It does not matter that some say that Romney has bad advisers since he won the Primaries. To not win in a land slide it just shows how bad the GOP acted and how disorganized they were despite breaking the rules so many times. Others still persists it was “How Romney got out-organized by Obama” hotair.com Everything to a degree but that’s not the main thing. Others blame media bias but that was always the care they say so they can’t use that as an excuse to say the vast majority.
The Republican party is no more will not get as much power as it use to and this is a different world. The minorities vote democrats as you see and every year they increase in numbers. It will be impossible for the GOP to win a presidential election in 2016 if they continue with the same neo-conservative polices and would have fared better to the traditional conservative polices as Ron Paul has which has captured many minority votes and the youth in the primaries which the GOP knew that and did not mind risking it since their major views are the same as the Democrats. But the “Neo-conservatism is Stupid” and they do not understand what they are. “The only thing dumber than a Democrat who thinks Obama’s foreign policy is different from Bush’s is a Republican who thinks this. And perhaps the only thing dumber, still, is a Republican presidential candidate who—at this late date, in 2012—believes Bush-era neoconservatism is the way to win over voters.”
The GOP wanted Obama to win which is why they selected someone that did not energies people and excite them which has a glass jaw. The Republican primaries the some candidates were warned by the GOP not to attack Romney or else they will have problems especially to candidate Ron Paul. Ron Paul has the best results to beat Obama as many polls have indicated by many republicans attacked him and changed the rules in the middle of the political election. The GOP knew that it would have a blow back and they did not care and would rather risk it since they know that Romney is no difference from Obama which many have stated on both sides.
The GOP burned many in its base and the youth. They said they don’t want the vote of Crazy Paul people and insult them then they been for them saying Romney can win. Only a mad man would act this irrational which they deserve to lose, or they intended to lose which many support them and wasted there vote. You can not blame the GOP but people that went along with it without a second thought.
The modern day conservatives lost for a good reason but that does not mean that the modern day liberals were chosen because people wanted it but they as a lesser evil. Choosing evil vs. evil is still evil as some say. Its like choosing if you want to be raped by a Democrat or a Republican. Rape is bad, but rape means force, and when both sides want to force their views on you then then who is on your side? But many in the right are as bad or worse than the left they so cry about and wonder what happen without willing to debate fairly since they want to force their just like the liberals they cry about how they want to force their views on others. The current GOP can not grow up to stop blaming others for their losses and should see how they have become their own worst enemy.
Even many key people in the GOP have stated if it was a race between Obama vs Ron Paul for president they would not chose Paul. The head of the GOP has a lawsuit against him in the GOP primaries for breaking the rules. The speaker of the house cause controversy at the GOP convention for reading a script and ignoring the vote which 1/2 the audience got burned while the other 1/2 cheered like mindless idiots not caring that the rules have been broken as long as they got their way, which could happen to them next but they did not realized it has happened to them and they still cheered. Multiple lawsuits in many states against the head GOP offices, and many have lost their jobs over it which many republicans ignored while listening to the mainstream media that they call liberal, yet follow every word the liberal mainstream media says is oxymoronic. Blow-back after blow-back and people are surprised? The conservative pundits are to blame more than the common voters, since most are put in by left leaning financiers but people are stuck to them as if they are the infallible word of what is right and wrong. The problem is conservatives have gotten lazy to think for themselves and listen to so many of these pundits. People like Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity, or even plenty of online conservative sites posting semi-conservatives articles misinform viewers. It just goes to show they think Obama is bad but not as bad to risk another term of Obama why playing with peoples heads to make them dedicated followed though fear. People are conditioned to treat political sides like a sports game without thinking. Maybe its no wonder the zombie theme is a billion dollar industry since many relate to being zombified?
Many did not notice that they “just witnessed the Idiocracy election of 2012” naturalnews.com
”they were cognitively incapable of intelligent thought. They had no grasp of the issues, no comprehension of political reality, and no clear idea why they even voted for their candidate” “The presidential election, it turns out, was decided by voters of such shockingly low IQ that many would have been considered medically retarded just two generations ago. And this is true on both sides of the aisle, as many Romney voters also appeared to be literally incapable of providing any logical reason why they voted for Romney.” “The zombie era is upon us…We have reached the era in America where those of us with functioning brains are surrounded by masses of actual cognitive zombies”. “democracy has failed because the very idea of democracy depends entirely on voters being informed, educated, rational and intelligent.”
Then some people wonder why the elites use the masses since the masses let themselves be manipulated while feeling they are not and in control.
Romney lost to McCain which lost to Bush and Obama and the Republicans wanted a loser like that? If we play by sports teams then that mean the Republicans that voted for Romney are the biggest losers. Even Romney lost his state of Massachusetts to Obama and lost delegates to Ron Paul in the primaries. Romney has a lost of anti conservative views which he has the worst record on gun rights, and this is who the masses picked? The Republicans ignored their own chants that the Media is liberal which the media pushed for Romney by having him on low radar in the primaries, and then went full attack mode during the general election.
Romney ran on change without propose any plans. Obama used changed but then again every president runs on the word “Change”. The strategy of saying Change? 1980′s Cheers clip 1 Or how voters think 1980′s Cheers clip 2. Does this sound familiar?
Romney proposed some stupid things to call Russia and China a threat which hold US debt and wants to start new problems around the world. People did not want new wars and he is trying to make news wars to turn off people even more? Romney calling to arrest Doctors and tells patients to die?
So some have to ask are registered Republicans this stupid? Do they have a right to blame the GOP? Can you blame the robber when the home owners do not lock their doors or lets the robber in?
The Republicans better stop voting for their party are start voting for their core party principles and if they don’t get the difference maybe Democrats should thank Republican voters for the Obama win too, and Reagan conservatives should blame those voters for letting Obama Win. If you don’t know whose side the GOP is for then maybe you need a reality check. fox19.com The GOP also stopped supporting some Republican candidates mid election wanting the Democrats to win in some states which many are unaware of, like the the Todd Akin senate seat in Missouri. There was more to the story which was not talked about to attack Akin the the scientific medical journal he quotes which the GOP did not mention to help him but to hurt him intentionally.
People can not change it seems and will just repeat history to go with the flow of the cycle. There are Nine Stages of Civilization and We’re In The Seventh ~ Apathy, so next get ready for dependence and then bondage. trenchpress.com
Still don’t believe it after all that? Then the GOP will lose again. “The Ron Paul Effect: How the GOP Threw the Election By Disenfranchising Ron Paul Supporters” policymic.com
“Paulbots, Vote for Romney or ELSE!”
youtube.com Love Paul or hate Paul, you don’t burn someone’s supporters and always expect to go far. The GOP burned many and obviously are not that stupid to not realize they wont get the vote. If you don’t get it yet maybe you should not vote again until you do get the full picture.
In short either key people in the GOP are so dumb that they are not smart enough to be elected again to understand these points, or they know all these points which makes them so bad that they should not be voted. Agree or disagree the facts are that GOP has lost it’s way for good and would need to get back to it’s core principles to win votes since it was obvious they would have lost in the last and current election to people that take the time to see the big picture. And if they did win then things would get worse for what is means to be a conservative and the country.
If you still don’t get it drop a comment, but it would help first if you check all the links to connect the dots.
“It’s a shame. The important issue is [what] the two candidates seem to agree on,” Paul said. “They don’t really disagree with militarism overseas, they don’t disagree with the Federal Reserve system and the bailouts, and they don’t disagree on basically whether the role of federal government is wealth redistribution through welfare. So instead, they’re talking about tax returns and that to me is so disappointing.”
“It’s all a charade, I think it’s all contrived to not have a debate,” Paul said.”
“Because Romney knows little about free market economics, it appears that for now, Obama’s attacks on him, his tax records, and his time at Bain Capital are working. If Romney knew a fraction of what, say, libertarian Congressman Paul knows about economics, Romney would respond concisely and clearly on how venture capital firms like Bain risk money when banks are afraid to and have developed ways for smaller companies to acquire capital, grow, and create jobs.”
Read more: Policymic.com
Other conservative sites forget to bring that issue up.
Obama campaign: Does Romney “even understand how our economy works?”
“The presumptive Republican nominee was quick to promise a repeal of the health-care act if elected president, but he proposed no alternative—throwing out only the usual Medi-scare, deficit-bomb, and ‘government takeover’ bromides.”
Read more: www.thedailybeast.com
All politicians make promises they do not keep to win. If Romney won and did not do anything to repeal while making promises in his reelection people will forget what he said today and trust that he will try to do it. Just like how Obama supporters believe that Obama did not tax them. The endless tug of war continues.
“In 1884, Congress, having no set oath of office, wrote its own: “I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same …”
Little did they know then that 128 years later, America would face just that: a domestic threat to the U.S. Constitution.
From the very beginning, the president and his administration made clear they had no intention of enforcing laws they didn’t like. Mr. Obama and his minions decided that they would simply stop enforcing the Defense of Marriage Act, no longer prosecute growers of “medical” marijuana, and let some states walk away from provisions in the No Child Left Behind law (which, by the way, was co-authored by Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, Massachusetts Democrat, and passed the Senate by a 91-8 vote).”
Read more: washingtontimes.com
President Obama’s statement on bypassing Congress and issuing an Executive Order for Amnesty
“Can President Obama bypass Congress and issue an Executive Order for Amnesty? A prominent Constitutional Law Professor says, “No”"
Obama’s Harvard Professor ‘Roberto Unger’ Says, Obama Must Be Defeated!
“One of President Obama’s former Harvard professors is calling for the president’s defeat in November, releasing a scathing video in which he accuses the president of abandoning America’s workers while pushing a policy of “food stamps.” The video by Brazilian scholar and politician Roberto Unger serves as an indictment of both parties. But in it, Unger says Obama must be defeated in order for the Democratic Party to restore itself “as the vehicle for the progressive alternative in the country.”
Obama, he said, has not advanced that cause. “President Obama must be defeated in the coming election. He has failed to advance the progressive cause in the United States,” he said in the eight-minute video, titled “Beyond Obama”. “He has spent trillions of dollars to rescue the moneyed interests and left workers and homeowners to their own devices,” Unger said. ”
As the saying goes, no such thing as bad publicity. Obama should have kept his cool and the reporter should be happy US is not a dictatorship… yet. But the issue is more important than the interruption.
“An extremely unusual occurrence happened today as President Obama spoke at the White House. The president was offering a statement on his executive order suspending deportations for certain illegal immigrants brought here as children (for more on what the move means, read Garance Franke-Ruta’s explanation) when a reporter started heckling him and shouting questions.
The reporter has been identified as Neil Munro of the Daily Caller, a conservative online news outlet run by Tucker Carlson. Though it employs some talented journalists, the site has become known for partisan chicanery. Perhaps most notably, the DC ran a story alleging that the EPA planned to hire 230,000 new workers — or roughly 10 percent of the entire federal workforce — and then refused to retract the story in the face of widespread and justified mockery.
Interrupting the president mid-speech is considered a serious breach of etiquette, and Obama’s reaction shows how peeved (and probably taken aback) he was. Munro, and the Daily Caller, have immediately come in for harsh criticism by a wide range of journalists, including conservative ones. The problem isn’t that Munro was asking tough questions; it’s that he interrupted the commander-in-chief to ask them and in doing so guaranteed that none of the assembled press would be able to ask any serious questions — since it’s fairly clear that Munro’s query was intended as provocation.
To be sure, the relationship between the White House and the press corps is an important one to scrutinize. There are legitimate questions about whether it’s too cozy, as exemplified by the lead-up to the war in Iraq. But this is not the way to answer those concerns.”
Daily Caller’s reaction to it
MUNRO: Obama ignores questions about controversial de-facto amnesty decision
Another camera view
“Washington (CNN) – President Barack Obama on Friday admonished a man wearing a press badge (Neil Munro from the Daily Caller) who interrupted his remarks on an immigration policy change with a hostile question, saying the decision to stop deporting some young illegal immigrants was “the right thing to do” and telling him “the next time I’d appreciate if you’d let me finish my statement before you ask your question.”
Also check out hotair.com which mentions it.
Throughout the video he states how campaign contributions most likely has rich foreigners contributing to US campaigns though corporations to affect US politics. If you read between the lines is that Barack Obama and Mitt Romney get most of their donations from Corporations, and odds are that the share holders are not American citizens which go around the laws and US interest.
See 4 minutes into the video how the host Cenk snaps at Obama for saying one thing while doing another.
“As super PAC money from millionaires, billionaires and corporations dominates the 2012 election campaign and may determine the outcome, former Republican presidential candidate John McCain filed an unsolicited brief with the Supreme Court asking the Court to rethink its ruling in Citizens United that unlimited political contributions to “independent” committees by corporations (and as subsequently held by a Federal Appeals Court, wealthy individuals) do not lead to “corruption or the appearance of corruption.” McCain was joined in his brief by Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI). At about the same time, Democratic and Republican attorneys general from 22 states and the District of Columbia filed a brief with the Supreme Court arguing that the history and present reality of political corruption in many states means that Citizens United should not apply to state campaign finance laws…”.* The Young Turks host Cenk Uygur calls out President Obama for taking no action on the most important issue we face.
The issue is if you take away the law that regulates that Corporations are people which Mitt Romney supports and Barack Obama will not take away then American Citizens interests will come first and not a far second from rich foreigners. Has the US been so capitalists that it sold it country out to which some might say socialists or anti Americans? Are you willing to gamble your vote on that?
Even the left gets money from labor unions, which they are for “corporations are people” but only if they benefit from it.
Maddow: Democrats can’t win without the unions