Obama’s second term as president is tied to Americans’ job security!
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Obama’s second term as president is tied to Americans’ job security!

Seattle : WA : USA | Jun 04, 2011 at 8:02 PM PDT
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What seemed to have put Obama in office is what will be kicking him out. Americans expected him to create more jobs and enhance the economy. The truth is that he took the presidency with escalating unemployment rates and when he leaves it may be better or worst.

Actually, he did the best he could with the limited time allotted to him in office. If this is a reason to kick him out, so it was to kick Bush out and it would be for all presidents coming behind. Presidents will come and presidents will go, once the world economic order remains the same there will be one economic disaster to the next.

It seems as though presidents can’t change it since the world economic order is the forerunner to imperialism. Really, it is the science that keeps it alive. There has to always be poor underdeveloped, developing and developed nations operating within the dictates of a federal reserve governed by a few rich people. They determine the value of the dollar, people, labor and resources.

What can presidents do about that? Their pay check is given by them too. There is still to be a president who can close the federal reserves or interrupt its operations. They have no control over this agency. Definitely, they would be assassinated. So don’ blame the president for your paycheck or joblessness. Find out who has the last say!

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