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PostSubject: Four more years: Will Obama’s next term be paved with progress or broken promises?   Tue Jan 22, 2013 1:33 am

All eyes were on Washington today as US President Barack Obama recited the oath of office in front of an estimated 800,000 people. As the leader prepares for the next four years, the world waits to see whether he’ll follow through with his previous pledge

Obama’s inaugural speech was filled with inspiration, as the leader promised to “support democracy from Asia to Africa; from the Americas to the
Middle East,” while peacefully resolving conflicts with other nations.

However, if the leader’s first term is any indication, his promises may not be so easy to fulfill.

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