Barrack Obama Admit Republicans Perry, Romney Are Strong Foes In 2012 US Elections

No less than United States president Barrack Obama believe both Texas Governor Rick Perry and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, the two top Republican presidential hopefuls are strong candida tes for his position in the 2012 elections. Obama said Perry is a governor of a big state along with Romney which made both credible candidates for the 2012 presidential derby.

He said although his trust rating is low these days he is not worried about it. The president said his administration had done everything to lower the current nine percent unemployment rate and he believe the American people will still choose him in the forthcoming elections. “The truth of the matter is, the American people have gone through the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression.

And they are understandably impatient,” Obama said. Obama said if his governance had not been religious with their jobs, the economic crisis would have been worse. “One of the things that I learned very early on is not to worry about polls, because if I was worrying about polls, I wouldn’t be sitting here,” he said. “I was down about 30 (percentage) points around this time in my firs t run for (the) presidency,” he added. Obama is the first African American to hold the office.  He previously served as a United States Senator from Illinois, from January 2005 until he resigned following his victory in the 2008 presidential election.