10 Charts That Prove Why Obama Has Nothing to Worry About in Election 2012

In Obama’s re-election, pictures could be worth a thousand votes.

Obama’s economic policies have worked in propping up the sagging U.S. economy, and he has done a good job handling foreign affairs dilemmas during his first term, despite of all the odds he has to overcome.

Discerning voters will do their own research, gather pertinent information, shun political rhetoric and will see through the negativity of his opponents.

Here are 10 charts and pictures indicating why Obama is the sure-fire winner in the 2012 presidential race. Obama naysayers, take a look and weep:

1) Obama revived the failing U.S. stock market.


Via Daily Kos.

2) Yes, the private sector is doing just fine.


Via: Maddow Blog

 

3) Unemployment rate is down.


Via: Business Insider

 

4) Auto sales are up.


Via: Forbes

 

5) Retail sales are improving.


Via: Calculated Risk

6) Home sales are up.


ViaStockMarketsReview.com

7) Unemployment is down.


Via: Examiner.com?

8) The GDP is growing.


Via: Los Angeles Times

9) Bin Laden is dead.


Via: Voice of America

10) The auto industry is alive and well.


ViaMLive

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Dee Meyer

Dee is a Social Worker, Software Engineer, Organic Suburban Gardener/Livestock Grower, Diversity and Gender Equality Advocate, and an American Free Spirit. She plans to retire in the most technologically advanced rural homestead in the future. She has been living a simple and sustainable lifestyle way before it was "cool." Lifetime member of International Honors Society for Computing and Information Disciplines (UPE). BA Psychology Honors, MPA Honors, MS Computer Science Honors, CMIP.

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