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If Obama Wins, Will He Be Another Woodrow Wilson?

Tom358 Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 3:15 AM
No need to worry so much. Just think a bit about all of the offenses that Obama has perpetrated against all of America over the last 4 years. He has systematically attempted to divide us by every imaginable difference: women vs men; skin color; religious beliefs; old vs young; rich vs poor; sexual preference; right to life. Meanwhile Rome was burning. I have faith in the American people that they can see the enemy after he has attacked our values so relentlessly. On Nov 6, they will do the right thing; and not just in sufficient numbers to carry Romney into office but to sweep him out in a tidal wave of disapproval along with many more of his democrat coat-tailers as well. I predict that the turnaround from 2008 will be historical.
Ann272 Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 3:36 AM
You have expressed my hope as well. I just checked the NYT comments on this, and it is appalling that the "group think" there is that Obama is right and Romney wrong. Surely the endorsements coming in from papers across the country echo your belief, The Issa hearings showed us--and the world--the disaster which has been Obama's foreign policy. The frightening part is the united front from Hillary, the intelligence community and the entire administration. The rot is deep.
DoubleC Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 8:39 AM
The rot is deep because they only crave "the power" and will try to hold on to it until they destroy the country........there needs to be a big wake-up!!!
How will this election be seen in history? Obviously, it depends on who wins.

If Barack Obama is defeated, the irresistible comparison will be with Jimmy Carter. A one-term president was rejected after pursuing big government programs amid high energy prices and attacks on America in the Middle East.

Actually, that's not entirely fair to Carter. His budget deficits were minuscule next to Obama's, and in response to the Soviet attack on Afghanistan he began the defense buildup that Ronald Reagan accelerated.

Carter supported airline deregulation, which made air travel widely accessible, as well as rail and trucking deregulation, which squeezed...