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    It's Official! Barack Obama Seeks 2nd Term as Prez


    Lest  there was any doubt in anyone's mind, President Barack Obama officially  kicked off his campaign for a 2nd term with two rallies today. The  President held the first in Ohio before concluding his announcement in  Virgiania that he wants the chance to complete the work he has started  in his first term.

    It  was not without a lot of strategic thought that the President chose  Ohio and Virginia for his official declaration. Both states are crucial  battleground states and must wins if Obama hopes to keep the keys to  1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

    Of  course many of the President's opponents claim that he has never  stopped running and campaigning since day one of his presidency. There  has even been charges that some of his "official" rallies lately were  actually campaigning.

    For  all those that somehow have not heard the news or are wearing blinders,  there is no doubt about it. Barack Obama wants you to vote for him on  November 8.

    From the Cornfield, it is 6 months before Americans decide the fate of the President.

    Will the summer months prove to be a boon or a bust for the President?

    To learn more about the President's pitch to voters to give him another 4 years:

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