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7 Things to Expect If Obama Is Elected to a Second Term

Matt in N.C. Wrote: Aug 14, 2012 7:04 AM
8. As a result of 1-4, unemployment will rise, increasing the number of government dependents. As a result of 4, however, public-sector employment will rise. (Look at the size of NHS in the UK.) The combined effect of 1-6 will allow government employees, government dependents, and illegal aliens to solidify a permanent electoral majority for the Democrat Party. Consequently, Obama's second term may be followed by a third and a fourth. Or the federal government may take the advice of departing N.C. governor Bev Perdue and simply suspend elections.
"This is my last election. After my election I have more flexibility." -- Barack Obama

So far, the message of the Obama campaign essentially seems to be, "I'm unable to effectively govern because Republicans won't do everything I want. Re-elect me so I can deliver more of the same. Oh, also Paul Ryan wants to push old people off a cliff while Mitt Romney will give you cancer." That doesn't tell you much about what Obama would try to do in his second term, but given that he appears to be largely indifferent to the law and...

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