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Obama's re-election would be a disaster for the country

President Barack Obama must not be re-elected under any circumstances. Here are just some of the reasons:

While Americans struggle to survive in this bleak economy, Mr. Obama is deliberately bringing the economy to its knees. His actions have driven gas prices to the limit. And he is supporting amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants.

He is backing a government takeover of private industry and is trying to punish businesses that create jobs. President Obama has stuffed the courts with liberal judges and socialist ideologues, and he is trying to create undue new gun-control measures. He's anti-Israel and sides with the Palestinians and Hamas.

Just look at all the damage President Obama has inflicted on Americans over the last two years and you will realize what a disaster his re-election would be for us.

Al Eisner, Silver Spring

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