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US President Barack Obama has announced his intention to stand for a second term in office in 2012.

Mr Obama's team released a video on his official website and sent an e-mail to supporters announcing his plans.

The president has an online network of millions of Americans and his web campaign was widely seen as a key plank of his election success in 2008.

The announcement was widely expected, and his campaign team are set to file election papers this week.

In an e-mail to supporters Mr Obama said the campaign would start small and grow over time, "with people organising block-by-block, talking to neighbours, co-workers, and friends".

"So even though I'm focused on the job you elected me to do, and the race may not reach full speed for a year or more, the work of laying the foundation for our campaign must start today."

Unveiling a new look for Mr Obama's campaign website, his team told supporters: "The idea is to improve upon what's worked for the past four years, scrap what hasn't, and build a campaign that reflects the thoughts and experiences of the supporters who've powered this movement."

After the 'shellacking'

A number of Republican presidential hopefuls are expected to seek the nomination to run against Mr Obama.

However as it stands, Tim Pawlenty, the former governor of Minnesota, is the only leading candidate to have formally declared his candidacy.

Mr Obama took office in January 2009 with near-record approval ratings, but has seen his support fall during his first two years in office.

In November 2010 Mr Obama's Democratic Party lost control of the House of Representatives and shed several Senate seats in mid-term elections to Congress.

The president called the result a "shellacking" and vowed to listen to the concerns of US voters.

Despite shedding some support, polling by the Pew Research Center suggests Mr Obama is in a stronger position at this stage than either former presidents Bill Clinton or George W Bush, both of whom went on to win re-election convincingly.

In polling carried out in March, some 47% of registered voters said they would like to re-elect Mr Obama, with just 37% saying they would vote for an as-yet-unknown Republican candidate.

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Barack Obama... same shit, different color... we need Ron Paul for President.

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So even though I'm focused on the job you elected me to do


fucking bullshit...just another fucking scumbag pawn....STRING HIM UP!!!!!

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So even though I'm focused on the job you elected me to do


fucking bullshit...just another fucking scumbag pawn....STRING HIM UP!!!!!
hmm
racist much?
would you suggest stringing up Bush?

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Barack Obama... same shit, different color... we need Ron Paul for President.
I agree with the first but just know that Ron Paul is a sheep pacifier. Keep in mind that in "08" I voted for Ron fully knowing this. People can call me a conspiracy nut if they want but I know the whole game is in the hand of very few that pit Repubs against Dems to make it look like America is a republic.

This whole Obama thing was a way of further dividing black & white also. Did it work? It's not quite done yet. The TV needs to put it's spin on it.

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Heaven help us. Seriously, regardless of who is elected it is truly the Congress and Senate that controls things. People need to get rid of the lifetime politicians and get some fresh thoughts in there who have not been polluted by lobbyists and self interest groups.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger should be president! The Presidentor! ;-)

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hmm
racist much?
would you suggest stringing up Bush?
of course.......STRING BUSH UP TOO!! WITH A MEATHOOK IN HIS ASS!!!!!!!!! CUUUUUUUUUUUUUUNT!

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