The 2012 United States of America presidential Election

The 2012 United States of America presidential Election

Boston : MA : USA | Feb 26, 2012 at 6:49 PM PST
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PHIL DAVISON GOP Candidate - Ad For President of the United States of America!!!!!

Last year united states of America demoralize by different economic catastrophe, from the falling down of the economic status of United States and the US financial power, which gives the dollar nearly untouchable status, hides structural problems in the world's biggest economy: debt, de-industrialization, inequality and a loss of competitiveness, the 57th quadrennial United States Presidential Election will be held on November 6, 2012, and it will be expected to feature the incumbent, President Barack Obama for the Democrats, against a yet to be decided Republican candidate, and the increasingly obligatory third-party nominee.

The Presidential Election, which would also see the appointment of a Vice President as the mood of the nation continues to falter in the face of a stuttering economy, runaway public debt and the lack of viable solutions from politicians from both sides of the divide, the import of the Presidential Election has taken on an added significance. There is almost an electric feel in the air, and it promises to only get progressively worse as the date approaches. But first, a Republican nominee must be anointed, and we are now right in the midst of the selection process.

In the run-up to Election Day, we will keep you up-to-date on the latest developments involving each of the prospective candidates, with an in-depth look at their positions on current national issues as well as providing a comprehensive biographical background that will hopefully assist you in evaluating their ability to lead this great nation that is suffering from a massive epidemic of crisis in confidence. United States of America’s presidential election is coming and the result are depends on the American citizens that are now aware on how to vote the right and responsible president for the new and growing economy of the United States of America. American citizens are now given a chance to choice between these following candidates in nominating the new president of the United States of America, Mitt Romney Former Governor of Massachusetts, Rick Santorum Former Senator from Pennsylvania, Newt Gingrich Former Speaker of the House, Ron Paul Governor of Texas, and President Barack Obama for his re-election as new president of the United States of America.

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