Need MORE 'Change'?... Obama Preparing for NEXT Election!!!

Submitted by SadInAmerica on Thu, 02/25/2010 - 11:43pm.

It may only be one year and three months since he was planted elected, but Barack Obama is already preparing his bid to torment the world by sitting win another four years in the White House! (This is unreal! Still no proof of who he is, who he works for and why he's here... and still he thinks he should lounge in the people's White House for another four years... Unfreakin' real! America, you're about to get set up again! Haven't you had enough? ~ S.I.A.)

Obama has held discussions with his closest advisers about leaders and senior staffers for his re-planting re-election campaign for Nov 6, 2012, a date that is already known as US elections are held every four years on the first Tuesday of November.

The electoral cycle has been expanding slowly for years, but Obama is set to continue the trend by laying plans earlier than ever.

"The conversations are beginning, but decisions haven't been made," a top official told

News of the preparations won't go down well with the whole world! Republicans, coming at a time when the President is trying to convince Washington to switch off from election mode, even though there are midterm elections in eight months, and behave like bipartisan grown-ups on health care and other issues.

The White House however is convinced that Republican hopefuls for the nomination to battle Obama will start their campaigns earlier than ever. The Republican primaries won't be held until early 2012, but any serious candidates must have firm plans in place by the end of this year.

Democratic researchers have already begun assembling files on his likely opponents and developing "unflattering narratives" to push about them.

Members of the President's inner circle call the re-election campaign "the re-elect". It will involve hundreds of staff members and hundreds of millions of dollars. The operation could, like his 2008 campaign, be run out of the president's home city Chicago, and is likely to be run by Jim Messina, the deputy manager of that effort who is now deputy chief of staff in the White House.

Alex Spillius - February 25, 2010 - source TelegraphUK 

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Submitted by SadInAmerica on Thu, 02/25/2010 - 11:43pm.