Who should win the 2012 presidential election?
Arguments for: Barack Obama
The current President of the United States.
President Obama has proven to be a catalyst of change. Unlike many of his potential running mates, he is a self-made man. Throughout his presidency he has chosen to take the high road, rather than to retalliate against attacks on his faith, race, citizenship, and even his teleprompter reading skills. The Republican Party has been on a mission to taint and discredit any and all accomplishments made by the President. These quotes were taken from an article published on http://www.gopusa.com/commentary/2011/08/08/patton-only-republicans-can-re-elect-obama/
After the courageous members of Navy Seal Team Six executed Osama bin Laden, Barack Obama was not satisfied to act like a responsible commander-in-chief by keeping the identity of the team secret — because he is not a commander-in-chief. He is a community organizer for radical causes turned sleazy Chicago politician, and he needed a political shot in the arm in order to get himself re-elected. So he decided to tell the whole world the branch of service in which these men served and the name of their unit! Then, a few days later, he went to a Navy base in Virginia, ostensibly to salute them. In reality, of course, it was just another campaign stop for him.
...the United States of America as we know it cannot survive a second Obama term. The country will resemble something more akin to a socialist European welfare state by 2017 if this man is re-elected. In addition to a trillion-dollar failed stimulus package, multi-trillion dollar budget overruns, a health care plan...
Why the venumous speach? He killed Bin Ladin, ended a war in Iraq, delivered on his promise to give Americans healthcare, and is in the midst of fixing an inherited debt crisis.
Your my man