It's 2008: You're a shareholder (voter) of a business (USA). The current CEO's (Bush) contract is up and we want someone with new ideas. An experienced man (McCain) applies but isn't well received. An energetic man (Obama) steps up. He's a good speaker and excites many with claims of bringing "Hope and Change." It's 2012 and the contract is up for our CEO (Obama). What about our CEO? Can we make an informative decision to extend his contract? Did HR (politicians) ask for or see his educational/business resume? Any credentials showing prior business success? Is our business better off fiscally? Has our business grown and been able to hire more employees? Does our financial portfolio look secure for the years ahead? A businessman (Romney) is applying for the CEO position, so let's consider his credentials. He has run a business and was successful in increasing growth in businesses he has partnered with. We know about pranks in college, and how his dog rode in a carrier on the roof of his car and he is a practicing Mormon. Did HR also ask our current CEO for the standard information you'd want before turning your business over to someone? Forget party lines and simply compare accomplishments and qualifications of both men. The documentary "2016," at the Sehome, illustrates Obama's ideology about the United States. Learn the facts directly from Obama's books!