#3 will be interesting.lol
censor bypassing is bad!
[Edited by moderator dstates, 6/4/2012 10:27:29 AM]
Well, I don't see why Obama shouldn't have another go at it. That's coming from someone who isn't American so take it for what it is.
Mitt is a tool, he is full of more hot air than John Kerry was 2 elections ago...he just plays politics and says what he thinks people want to here or what he thinks will get him more votes/supporters with no real merit behind any of his words and if elected, he would be even more of a puppet than the current president.
that being said, Obama is pretty much exactly the same...but he's way, WAY better at it. He's very good at talking even if his words are not so honest, he knows how to make people believe them which makes him a likable person...and people always vote for the most likable person. Comparing speeches from the two candidates, Obama comes off as straight-forward yet entertaining and reassuring at the same time, whereas Mitt comes off looking like an old toy that you pull a string on its back to hear a per-fabricated line.
honestly i wont vote for either of them. I'd much rather see someone like Ron Paul in office, even though i feel that is highly unlikely because people feel he is too radical/liberal and the solutions he offers to problems are too 'drastic'...well here's a news flash, drastic problems call for nothing else than drastic solutions!
when it boils down to the actual election, i think Obama has it in the bag for a couple of reasons. One, as i have already stated above, he is a likable personality and comes off as strong-willed (even though he's more of a puppet than miss piggy)...and two, the republican party will be divided at the national republican convention in August, held in Tampa Florida because Ron Paul (although doesn't stand much chance of winning) has enough supporters and delegates to reek havoc on Mitt and his political base and supporters and Paul will eventually have the floor during the convention, at which time he will give a speech that will convey a very compelling, if not all together astonishing, message about this country, where its going if it continues on the path it has been on, and what we need to do to change it...and after this, i believe Mitt will lose supporters, maybe not as many as Paul would hope, but enough to divide the party against him hence making it an easy win for Obama.
[Edited by dstates, 6/4/2012 9:29:01 AM]
as for Romney...from what i've seen and heard...he seems like rich boy who wants a new toy. a trophy. definitely not my choice for President of the United States. its going to be close..but i think President Obama is going to get a second term.