OBAMA REELECTION TROUBLES MOUNT
Every Southern State with the exception of Arkansas now has a GOP Legislature and the Razorback State only needs a slight shift in the 2012 election to make the GOP's hold on the South unanimous. In 2008 North Carolina and Virginia were solidly in Obama's camp but now both States have chosen a GOP Legislature giving the Grand Old Party control of State Houses in both Southern States showing a shift that poses trouble for Obama in 2012.
Southern States are key for any reelection bid whether the incumbent President is Republican or Democrat and with the complete shift in the South to Republican Legislatures 2012 also looks to be a GOP year for US House and Senate seats as well as the Presidency. Once again a referendum against the Obama policy which has hurt the South in some ways more than any other area of the country.
Obama's continued insistence to continue down the path of destruction with failed policy that he has been on since taking office is now becoming his doom as the 2012 election draws closer. Voters are savvy to failure. Voters are hurting in the pocket book and the blame lays directly on Obama and his party of Socialists which spells major problems for 2012 for his reelection and the Dems holding the Senate and keeping seats in the House.