2012 United States Of America Presidential Campaign Theme: Mudslinging

2012 United States Of America Presidential Campaign Theme: Mudslinging


The 2012 United States of America Presidential election year is shaping up to be one in which the main theme word is the theme: mudslinging. Never had an election year of an American President, Barack Hussein Obama, is showing his true colors as a radical leftist in the mode of Sal Alinsky.

With Mitt Romney now the official GOP Presidential frontrunner, and is starting to gain speed, President Obama, knowing that he has a record that is a complete failure is turning to what he knows best, attacking.

And not just President Obama, even United States Senator, Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid also has gone into attack mode against Mitt Romney, demanding that Mr. Romney produce his income tax records. Again the Democrats do not have a good record to run on.

When you cannot run on a record you turn to what you know best which is MUDSLINGING.

Over the years since I have begun voting at the age of eighteen, I have seen my share of negative political ads. But IMHO, the 2012 USA Presidential campaign is turning out to be the most ugly in my life. What is really is being seen here is a Democratic political party that is NOW showing its TRUE COLORSĀ by the attack ads, the false accusations, and hiding a record of failure will in the next few months ahead could very well BACKFIRE AGAINST THEM.

Also For Futher Reading, With MANY THANKS To Both Scott Conroy And Real Clear Politics. Read More Here:“No End in Sight for Campaigns'”Negative Focus”

 

Official photographic portrait of US President...
Official photographic portrait of US President Barack Obama (born 4 August 1961; assumed office 20 January 2009) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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