WASHINGTON — With the 2012 presidential election vastly approaching, President Obama will have to mobilize his democratic and liberal supporters to stand a chance at reelection.

In recent weeks while on the campaign trail, Obama and his administration have conceded that they may face difficulty in rallying the massive support he had during his 2008 campaign, citing it’s “not as cool.”

Since entering office, the economy has remained staggered and Obama’s politics as of late, for some, appears more conservative than the liberal approach to politics many of his supporters expected.



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