Republican Race to the Whitehouse vs. Obama Reign

There is building tension in today’s political climate.  The road to the Whitehouse for the candidates is a strenuous one where there are negative ads that can make are break someone’s political future, produce scandals, and breed ignorant decision-making.  On one side stands the President that focus’s on an ideology that is cause for conservative uproar.  Things are getting hectic; it is imperative to discuss the downfalls and pitfalls of both parties.  The fact is prospective voters are identifying with fiscal, economic, and religious policies of the president vs. each GOP candidate; it results in these citizens making decisions that are sometimes based upon emotion, sometime secularist notion, and sometime religious zeal.

The Republican Party is in a state of confusion.  Mitt Romney ended up winning the Iowa Caucus, but it was a tight race to that victory.  Judging by the results of the Caucus, the Super Pac, which is a group that is not “technically” associated with any candidate, ruined it for Newt Gingrich, and provided Romney with a lot leverage.  Ron Paul and Rick Santorum are tied in a dead heat behind the leading Romney; now the race has been basically sealed for the shifty Mitt Romney, who knows how to dodge a question or two. It is such a travesty the gap between the Machiavellian Romney and the often presently self-destructive, but really unlucky Newt Gingrich.  He will end up as a hiding moderate who has made choices that stuck to his principles leaving a legacy of big business capitalistic legislation who revamped the country in the past with Ronald Reagan.

Barack Obama is a predicament that is dangerous for the ambitious democrats who are fighting for the government’s regulation, expansion, and concern for global warming.  He is in the midst of with a lot of criticism, with the Solyndra scandal, the ailing economy and his strong-willed ways of facing his republican rivals in the houseand senate.  He is a strict philanthropist in my opinion, and people of his cloth do not fair well in politics due to the fact that politics is a dirty game and there is no time for morality.

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