The question of this election should be: “Will you be better off four years from now if Obama is re-elected?” Based on what he has done, what will he do in his second term? What is Obama’s vision for a second term? His campaign slogan is ‘Forward.’ There is little talk of what the country would move forward toward, or the specifics. On economic policy, the President has said his vision is to “create an economy built to last.” But this talking point has, even to Democrats, begun to wear thin. “Nobody really knows what that means,” said Joe Trippi, a Democratic strategist who handled Jerry Brown’s gubernatorial campaign in 2010.
The President has said that the most important policy he could address in his second term is climate change, one of the few issues that he thinks could fundamentally improve the world decades from now. He also is concerned with containing nuclear proliferation. In April, 2009, in one of the most notable speeches of his Presidency, he said, in Prague, “I state clearly and with conviction America’s commitment to seek the peace and security of a world without nuclear weapons.” He conceded that the goal might not be achieved in his lifetime but promised to take “concrete steps,” including a new treaty with Russia to reduce nuclear weapons and ratification of the 1996 Comprehensive Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty. In March during a meeting on Nuclear weapons at the White House with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, Obama said, "This is my last election ... After my election I have more flexibility." "I will transmit this information to Vladimir," said Medvedev, Putin's protégé and long considered number two in Moscow's power structure.
Would we be better off four years from now with Obama as President? Absolutely not! If re-elected, he will tax and spend America into bankruptcy, disarm our military, open up our borders to illegals and destroy what liberty we have left. I would urge every American to see 2016-Obama’s America. It will give you a idea of what frames his thinking and it’s not the civic rights movement of the 1960s.