Republicans could blow it against Obama

Sowell, Thomas
November 2011
Indianapolis Business Journal;11/28/2011 Supplement, p14B
The article presents the author's insights on the possible impact of the state of the economy to the presidential election in the U.S. The author argues that criticisms against U.S. President Barack Obama due to the nine percent unemployment rate in the country does not mean that he will lose the 2012 election. He comments on Mitt Romney as the Republicans' bet to replace Obama as U.S. president. He also highlights the value of Republicans' votes to the election result and the U.S.' future.


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