President Obama hopes there will be no change in the White House on Nov. 6.
His campaign offers platitudes such as “investments” in education and green energy. But there has been very little attention on what Obama would actually do with four more years.
Second terms tend to be lackluster. The intellectual and political energy wanes, and scandals are common.
But Obama’s re-election would mean sweeping policy changes, simply by his being in the Oval Office through 2016.
ObamaCare comes into force. Americans favor repealing ObamaCare 54%-39%, according to the latest Rasmussen Reports survey of the issue. But if a majority of voters re-elect Obama, his signature legislation will come into full force in 2014. It’s that simple.
Yes, many states may resist setting up health insurance exchanges or expanding Medicaid, but over time they will likely fall in line.
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