Obama is reelected
Yesterday the race was on to see whom the next president of the United States was going to be. For his second term, Barack Obama takes the win. There are many reasons that Obama makes a wonderful president and there are also areas that he needs to work on in order to keep the trust of all the Americans that made him president today. Timesunion.com put together a list of pros and cons prior to the reelection of Barack Obama, so we should take a look at some of their examples and see if there is some truth to what is being said in the article.
One of the strong Assets that were stated in the article, “Obama is a more fluid communicator than Mitt Romney. He is a better orator before big crowds, he connects better with people in small groups and he comes across better on television.” Barack Obama has an uncanny way of communicating and that as a leader is very important because he has the ability to create a sense of trust amongst those that he is talking to. He assures sincerity and certainty about what he plans to do to help the United States back on its feet. Another strong point that was made is Obama’s significant foreign policy successes. “The withdrawal of U.S. forces from Iraq went smoothly and the tenuous democracy has held. And there have been no disasters in Afghanistan as the American presence winds down there. A sign of Obama’s strength: In the key swing state of North Carolina, a hawkish state on military issues, likely voters said Obama would be better than Romney on foreign policy, 47 percent to 41 percent.” Voters kept in mind Obama’s foreign policy successes for the examples listed above. If he was able to complete that in his previous term, who is to say he can’t do it again?
Along with the pros, Timesunion.com also provides a list of cons that go along with Obama being reelected. No President in the past has ever been perfect and anything and everything they do, someone is going to disagree with it. Their first con or in their words “liability,” is that the economy is still weak. The article also addresses Obama’s management of the economy how his tactics over the past four years has not quite cut it. “Only 36 percent of Americans approve of the way Obama has handled the economy, according to the most recent Gallup poll. Romney maintains a slight edge when voters are asked which candidate would they trust more on economic matters — despite months of Democratic attacks on his business record and budget priorities.” Exact statistics from Timesunion.com. It should be taken into consideration what Obama was thrown into when he was first was elected President of the United States. It was not exactly a cake walk, so it is hopefully one of his liabilities that he will be able to make up for in these next four years.
The trust seemed to be in the hands of the voters and Obama was given a second chance to make things better. The “blame it in bush” card is no longer an option, so President Obama better push through the worst to make for the best for our country.
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