He tried running for presidency in 2008, but failed against Senator John McCain. He speaks of change; he speaks of hope; he speaks of opportunity; moreover, he has the right “vision” for America. Yes, he is former Governor Mitt Romney. He is the Governor who does not represent “47%” of the American people; he’s the Governor who has defended false and untrue facts throughout all three presidential debates; he’s the Governor who believes that Russia is America’s current “geopolitical foe” or enemy; moreover, he’s the Governor who has led his own company into bankruptcy earlier in his unbalanced career.
How has Obama done in the past four years? Does Barack deserve to be re-elected or would Romney be better as a commander-in-chief? Why do many people think that, out of those two nominees, President Obama is the right person for this specific position? I will state the facts; I will not, however, talk ideologically or philosophically.
Obama’s Recovery Act created millions of jobs for Americans during one of the most, if not the most, darkest economical periods in American history since the 1930s – all the credit goes to our former Republican friend, Bush; Barack did create, and eventually pass, the sophisticated and simply undoable Affordable Care Act which helps reduce the price of health insurances; the Wall Street Reform, the Student Loan Reform and the Credit Card Reform have all been passed under the leadership of America’s president; under this president, the long-wanted enemy of America, Bin Laden, was killed; Gadhafi, an enemy of America – and a passionate lover of the White House’s “black flower” – died with the support of American and NATO troops to the brave and courageous Libyans; Obama, through his famous speech in Cairo on June 4th 2009, wanted to start a new, clean chapter with Muslims globally after the saddening days of Bush; in other words, Obama has changed American, both internal and external, politics.
Katy Perry – and her ‘Hot and Cold’ – has hitherto performed three Obama rallies; let us wish her the best of luck in doing what she is politically doing, only.
This post was provided by Bader Al-Dehani, a student of political philosophy at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London. He is also the Vice-President of ‘Politics Exposed’ Society at Queen Mary, University of London.