The question is;
If Obama wins re-election, can he handle the wider divisions that will surely be caused by the continuing relentless campaign attacks ?
Will he get "super" power hungry ?
Will he bypass Congress and public opinion even more than he has already ?
Romney is not even the official Republican nominee yet.
The campaign brutality is going to get 5x worse.
Romney has no National political "experience", only a Governorship.
Obama has a horrible record as far as the majority of citizens are concerned.
Many of Obama's "tricks" are being exposed by the dozens.
Romney is "rich" as many resent that fact.
-- July 19, 2012
If Obama wins a brutal, vituperative reelection, will he then be able to govern amid acidic divisions widened by his own attacks?
If Obama Wins a Brutal Reelection, What
If Obama wins, will that force many citizens to stay "under the radar" to avoid the "wrath" ?
It’s only July, and President Obama’s campaign has already called Mitt Romney an outsourcing, job-killing, company-bankrupting whiner who may also
be a tax cheat and a felon. The brass knuckles are out, the presumptive Republican nominee is bleeding, and Obama is selling off his likability as if
it were an inexhaustible commodity.
But is it? Can voters tolerate the lurch from preaching hope and change to mocking Romney’s off-key rendition of “America the Beautiful” and
hurling contestable allegations that he oversaw the outsourcing of jobs to foreign countries? And even if they do, does Obama’s team see a governing
path for a reelected president who has so toxically attacked his rival?
Will Obama be "trusted" as much as he was in 2008 ?