Four More Years for Obama? President-Elect Romney?
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Four More Years for Obama? President-Elect Romney?


With polls in the United States seemingly locked in a dead heat between Governor Mitt Romney and President Obama, we here at The Diplomat thought it only fitting to ask you, our readers, who you think is going to win the election.

Make your predictions below in the comment section of who you think will win.

Will it come down to Ohio as some are predicting?

Could America see a tie in the electoral college resulting in a Romney/Biden administration?

Do you think the Asia-Pacific will be impacted if Governor Romney wins and decides to make policy changes?

If President Obama wins, does he make changes to America's "pivot" or "rebalance" to Asia?

Let us know and lets see some bold predictions.

However, there is one ground rule as always…keep the comments clean and please be respectful. Thanks!

Madeline Josefsberg
November 7, 2012 at 02:32

I think Obama will win. He may win from voter fraud, he may win because more people in the hurricane Sandy aftermath are being shuttled to voting centers, whereas if the storm had not hit they may not have actually voted…(?!)  I think he will win because Republicans put out such an obvious puppet as their candidate. In a BBC interview, a leading Republican was asked by the British anchorwoman whether Romney was in fact the best choice the Republicans could have presented as a candidate. This type of skepticism shows how Republicans wanted a losing candidate presented for this campaign. Obama was always meant to win, and he will. (If he doesn't you cannot sue me for this opinion).

November 6, 2012 at 19:57

Obama, most certainly, but i don't trust the Republicans further than i can throw them; i expect election fraud, poll rigging and more on their behalf.

November 6, 2012 at 12:59

Romney. I remember Reagan vs. Carter.

Rudi MK
November 6, 2012 at 12:27

The Romney/Biden tie looks like the biggest possiblity at this stage. However, Obama coming back to the White House would definitely be better for Asia as a whole. 

November 6, 2012 at 08:37

There is a feeling in some section, that though Obama has advanced the bilateral and strategic relationship, but some sections of the Govt misses the special "caring"  attention it got from Bush and his administration. Meanwhile there is also a concern about the continuing US need for Pak's support for U.S. policy in Afghanistan.

November 6, 2012 at 06:53

Oboma the right man for the white office job. Just today is his day to prove that.
Romney, i do not think so, he is just pretending to be.

November 6, 2012 at 02:21

Obama for sure. Romney looks too immature and inexperienced for the leadership. His foreign policy views are appalling, showing that he is clearly an outsider to the field, and it's likely that someone else on his team will take the decisions for him. On the other hand, though, I think Romney has some nice ideas about immigration.

November 6, 2012 at 00:09

Romney is a tool, he will never be president of the USA.

Jason John
November 5, 2012 at 21:54


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