Will Obama improve the current state of the U.S.?

  • Yes

    I believe it is possible simply because I have faith in my fellow Americans. Having to sort out between the mess that the last president had left behind. And face it it was a pretty decent mess. I'm certain he is doing his best. And even if he's not he's only human. Everyone messes up.

  • Obama Mended Foreign Policy Ties

    President Barack Obama mended foreign policy debacles created by his predecessor. The missile shield for Eastern Europe, ending two wars and responding to Libya's civil war were all foreign policy milestones for Obama. The economy will get better, it's just that Americans need to realize economic recoveries always take time despite Republican assertions that lax regulations can lead to faster economic recovery.

  • The unemployment rate is higher than it should be

    When Obama first took office in January 2009, the unemployment rate was 7.8 percent. Today the unemployment rate is once again at 7.8 percent. The unemployment rate rose as high as 10 percent during Obama’s first term before falling back down to 7.8 percent last November. Obama has done nothing to help America and wasted 8 years

  • No, Obama will not improve the current state of the U.S.

    Absolutely not. Obama has only contributed to the enormous financial disaster that was started 4 years before his first term. He has done nothing to mitigate the debt, but has instead increased taxes and spent money on trivial and ultimately futile legislative endeavors. His fiscal policies will be the end of this nation.

  • Washington DC is deadlocked in partisan politics.

    Obama will not be able to make any more significant changes in his second term than he did in his first. With a divided Congress, any initiatives on his part will only be met by partisan deadlock. Republicans will do anything necessary to stop Obama from realizing change. This will only change if the House of Representatives make-up changes in the mid-term elections.

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