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They Said It! Obama Admits 2012 Will Be A Referendum On His Failed Policies

They Said It! Obama Admits 2012 Will Be A Referendum On His Failed Policies

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Obama Admits 2012 Will Be A Referendum On His Failed Policies
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July 21, 2011
They Said It!
Obama Admits 2012 Will Be A Referendum On HisFailed Policies
 
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President Obama:
They do expect that their President is going to bethinking about them every single day. And is going to be focused on how
we win the future. And if next November they feel like I’ve been on theirside, and I’ve been working as hard as I can, and I’ve been getting somethings done to move us in the right direction, I’ll win. If they don’t, thenI’ll lose.
And tha
t’s not to say the other candidate is irrelevant.
But it 
does mean I’ll probably win or lose
depending on their assessment of my stewardship.
 
(KMBC, 7/20/11)
 
Obama’s “Stewardship
:Since President Obama Took Office, The Nation Has Lost 2.5 Million Jobs.
(Bureau Of Labor Statistics,BLS.gov
 
,Accessed 7/21/11)

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