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The 57th United States presidential election has once again predictably narrowed down to only two realistic presidential candidates: the incumbent, President Barack Obama for the Democrats, and Gov. Mitt Romney, for the Republicans. Accordingly, we've compiled the most comprehensive database of their positions on all the topics and all the issues to assist you, the electorate, in casting your vote on November 6. Just scroll down below the introductions and click one of the 29 issues and 12 profile categories to compare the political stances and biographical data of 2012 Presidential Candidates.



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Declined 2012 Democratic Presidential Candidate

Businessman
Cody Judy

Judy's profile and positions on the issues




For Idaho-born Cody Robert Judy, the 2012 presidential election would mark his second attempt for the presidency, after running as a write-in candidate under the Democratic banner in the 2008 presidential election. The 46-year old businessman also ran for Utah’s House and Senate seat in 2002 and 2004 respectively, both times, again, as a write-in Democrat.

The self-professed constitutionalist initiated a lawsuit against John McCain and the Republican National Committee in 2008, challenging McCain's eligibility for the presidency on the grounds that McCain was not a "natural-born citizen," citing the fact that the Republican nominee was born in Panama and naturalized by an act of Congress. The case was declared moot after McCain lost the election to Barack Obama.

Judy also filed the first Brief of Amicus Curiae on the matter of Captain Pamela Barnett’s official petition to the California Secretary of State in 2008, requesting a delay in the voting of members of the Electoral College until a full investigation has been conducted on the constitutional eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama to serve as President of the United States.

Judy’s campaign manifesto will be centered on three fundamental subjects, dubbed as the Ropes Initiatives Platform, which read as,

• A Strong Defense Initiative
America's future generations should not have to face indentured servitude.

• America’s Natural Resource Excavation Initiative
America’s natural resources of gas, coal, and oil may be the only thing we have left to assure our future generations that politicians haven’t sold them into slavery.


• America’s Enforced Borders Initiative
Securing America’s borders by any means necessary, including authorizing the use of its military ingenuity, intelligence and deadly force, to maintain the nation’s independence and security.


Judy believes that this is the time in our history to send Washington DC a message regarding the constitutional crisis and crumbling economy. To him, the message is clear: We vote for people who defend the Constitution.


2012 Democratic Presidential Nominee

Current President of the United States
Barack Obama

Obama's profile and positions on the issues




The Barack Obama juggernaut swept into office in 2008 under the banner of change and unity, two rallying cries that reinvigorated the blasé and jaded section of the electorate. He was armed with a war chest of the likes never seen before, accompanied by an army of politically outspoken glitterati and aided ultimately, by a waning George W. Bush, his predecessor.

It would be unfair though to solely credit Obama’s ascension to the highest office in the land to merely external factors. Obama is exceptionally intelligent, articulate and possesses an old-school, hands-on approach to politics that harkens back to the days of Strom Thurmond, or even, the more contemporary Rudy Giuliani – albeit with infinitely more panache.

However, as the euphoria of his victory began to steadily die down, the 51-year old has had to deal with a growing number of issues that have taken the shine of his presidency. Questions about his controversial Affordable Care Act, the stagnant national unemployment rate, his perceived big-government approach, the Birther accusations (which many felt carried unpleasant racial undertones), allegations of ties with radical socialist elements, and more recently, the debt ceiling battle in the Capitol, have seen his stock plummet.

His supporters, nevertheless, claim that most of the issues that are weighing him down were inherited from the previous administration, and Obama is merely cleaning up the mess; two unpaid wars, the worst economic depression in 80 years, a broken national health care system, the battered international reputation of the United States, and a horrific job market crash, were just some of the issues he had to contend with.

They are quick to highlight his success in hunting down Osama bin Laden, his job-creation numbers (which have already overtaken the Bush administration’s eight-year tally), the recovery of the Detroit automotive industry as a result of his bailout plan, the withdrawal of American forces from Afghanistan and Iraq, the effective military approach in aiding three successful African revolution – all proof of President Obama’s effective policies.

However, the biggest question among his detractors is whether President Obama is capable of charting his own course and holding the country to it. His concessionary approach is gradually being interpreted as a symbol of his indecisiveness and lack of conviction - which under the present socio-economic conditions and the Republican-dominated Congress, is threatening to consign the nation into a rudderless second term of his presidency. Furthermore, the more liberal section of his support base is increasingly dismayed by his apparent shift to the center, which is seen by many as a capitulation in the face of a sustained conservative onslaught. There are growing calls for him to stand his ground and to fight for the cause of the people that elected him.

The President's Plan

President Barack Obama's Inaugural Address


President Obama's Starring Role at the 2012 White House Correspondents' Association Dinner


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