Typically, presidential elections are about, well, hope and change. The candidates make lots of promises about all the policies they’ll change, then they hope that they can get those promises through Congress. Usually, they fail.

President Obama’s reelection, ironically, isn’t about hope and change. The hope is largely gone, but the changes -- in the form of Obamacare, Wall Street reform, and tax increases -- are already happening. Obama's reelection is a guarantee of change.
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