Barack Obama's first four years will be marked in textbooks as one of the most historically relevant presidential terms of all time. During the past few years, he has faced two wars overseas, the largest economic recession since the Great Depression, faced several cases of global turmoil, and passed a landmark piece of legislation guaranteeing health care for nearly every American.
Now that Obama's first term has come to an end, it's time to question the likelihood of whether he will be re-elected or not. Up until recently, it seemed that Barack Obama was a lock to serve a second term, mostly due to the Republican Party's seemingly weak candidacy pool. However, as of now, things are turning in the Romney campaign's favor, giving him a realistic chance to win in November.
No matter who wins, this race will be close and brutal. The economy still has not taken off, we're still involved in war overseas, and the nation is divided over the polarizing health care law. These facts help Mitt Romney, as presidents who run for re-election during such harsh times rarely get re-elected.
The potential outcomes should inspire everyone of age to "Get Out and Vote," because these two men have entirely different visions to take the country up until 2016 - a fact made evident by Romney, who has already stated that he plans to repeal ObamaCare if elected.
Take a look at how Romney could beat out Obama on the following pages.