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Who Succeeds Obama?

The whole world is looking on with keen interest as far as the#US-2016-election is concerned. Who enters the White House to succeed president Barack Obama is the puzzle the world must wait to get it solved on Tuesday 8th November, 2016.

The big question is ? It is no doubt that the United States of America is the most famous nation in the world across countless issues of which its Elections held every four years is no exception. The election would surely come along with debates on very important national issues and challenges.

November 4th 2008 marked a historic day in the history of America politics when Barack Obama was voted president of the united states of America after he had beaten the Republican presidential nominee John McCain. This outcome made him the the first African-American to hold this office. Barack Obama went on to win again in 2012 and so by law (22nd Amendment to the USA constitution), he cannot stand to be elected a third time.

The democrats and the Republicans will be looking at this opportunity with so much up their sleeve to democratically win this election. However the party that wants it the more and put in the right plans to win the confidence and hope of the America people would carry the day.

It sounds simple but it is a whole challenging ball game all together. The world would be watching from a close distance as politics in America affects the entire world.

The final lap is far from sight as Donald Trump leads in the race for the sole slot for the Republicans is fought for by 16 candidates while Hillary Clinton works hard to stay above the water levels in the camp of the Democrat challenge for a candidate good enough to lead the party to the November 8 2016 Elections.

The world is watching the story unfold as America gets ready to elect a president in 2016. Will the next president be a Democrat? , a Republican? a woman? or a man? Only time will tell.


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JohnRoberts wrote on October 14, 2015, 1:49 PM

Whoever gets elected needs to a person exuding strength like Putin. Even if you hate Putin, he is a strong leader with a don't f*** with me attitude unlike the wimp currently occupying the White House and most of the presidential hopefuls.

LisaSteinmetz wrote on October 14, 2015, 8:09 PM

The worst thing that could have happened for us in my opinion is Obama being in the White House. He's an Isis supporter and I can't wait until he's out of there. Personally I want Trump in there. I like his stance on the illegals.. kick them all out and send them back where they came from.

CoralLevang wrote on October 15, 2015, 11:34 AM

Well, judging from the two comments before me, it will be an interesting discussion thread, if we can get this going. I need to prep for the classes I am teaching today/this evening, but will return in a day or two.

africanpen wrote on October 15, 2015, 1:36 PM

Opinions are like noses. I wonder how come the president of the United State became an ISIS. I disagree with that. I think that was not fair. Lets speak to the issue at hand. I think your comments portray hatred for the president. My opinion

LeaPea2417 wrote on October 15, 2015, 4:41 PM

I hope and pray it is not Hillary Clinton. Whether she admits it or not, she is a left wing Socialist who would continue to destroy the country just like Obama is doing.

AliCanary wrote on October 15, 2015, 4:44 PM

Hillary Clinton did very well in the Democratic debate, and I like her for the position. She is very experienced and strong enough to stand up to any threat.

africanpen wrote on October 15, 2015, 5:18 PM

That would be something else. That will mean Mr. Clinton back in the white house as the 1st man and Hillary now enters not as the first lady but the president. For now that remains a wish

AliCanary wrote on October 17, 2015, 10:09 AM

I think he would be quite happy to be First Gentleman, although she might need to remind him, lol

africanpen wrote on October 17, 2015, 2:38 PM

Hahahah Mr. Clinton would love to play the role of the first gentleman. After all, he enters the white house again and makes history