2012 U.S. presidential election with Obama and Romney on the race is a clash of American Social Classes: A Reaction
Anchor for Allvoices
Central Luzon, Philippines
The apparent nomination ofas the Republican standard bearer to face Democratic re-election candidate President Barack Obama will turn the 2012 U.S. presidential election into a clash of social classes in America. Obama carries and responds to the concerns of the poor and Middle Class. Obama is the bet of the 99% of America. Romney is the representative who cares for and protects the interests of the 1% elite of America. He is a super rich American and he belongs to Wall Street in Manhattan.
2012 U.S. presidential election is a clash between have the money and having the most amount of money. It is clash between the super rich Americans and Middle Class and poor Americans. This is the picture when Romney prevails as the GOP presidential candidate.
Regardless of whoever will match re-election candidate Obama, American voters have confidence and faith that they can freely exercise their suffrage rights. American electorates are not for sale. No one can ever buy their votes.
Please allow this writer to reiterate that “The power of money energizes and sustains each candidate in the 2012 U.S presidential election campaign. Money makes each candidate speaks clearer, louder; moves faster and surer to get in the campaign trail. Money means to tread upon the paths in the campaign trail. Money means the capacity to be a candidate, able to wage a campaign and be a choice for election”.
2012 U.S. presidential election is a testing ground for the role of money in an election. As Stephen Manual said and quote, “However, it is yet to be seen if the money only plays a vital role in the presidential campaign”.