YES! Obama will fight even harder for the middle class.
55%
NO! We'll still have a Congress that puts Wall St. before Main St.
45%

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am4dems12 3 years 37 weeks ago

As we have seen in the past., the second term is when most things get done right for the left party since they spend most of their time in the first term fighting the right wing bibots and defending what they have accomplished, the second term is when they can do their fighting best since they have no fear of not being able to have enough time to complete their duties. and do not have to worry about running again but , it is also when the right gets dirty or filthy with their tricks . as seen with Carter, Kennedy and all of the other crucified dems. that try to do right for ALL OF US.! .( to all of you who actually know what i mean.)

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BMetcalfe 3 years 37 weeks ago

If President Obama gets a Congress which will work WITH him, he can make great strides. Whether the Congress is a Democratic or a Republican Congress (after 4 years of their chronic vacations while still being paid, and the U.S. falling victim to their vigilante obstructionism), I would like to believe that the last four years must have taught our elected Officials something... but maybe not. Time will tell.

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GypsyO53 3 years 37 weeks ago

Stand up for President Obama, get out there and vote. You will see great things happen for the USA and

the people!!

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jimshady 3 years 37 weeks ago

what a crock! he had 4 yrs and what happenmed? NOTHING! He said he would stop the wars and invasions of other countries? NOTHING! Plus he is tied with corporations that are destroying our country--but i still will vote for him because the alternative would be catastophic for our country!

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