Obama predicting his defeat to Matt Lauer.
When Barack Obama on the 13th day of his ill-fated presidency made his infamous prediction to NBC's Matt Lauer that he'd be a "one term proposition" unless the economy was booming by his third year what he probably didn't know was that the day of his predicted defeat, November 6, would fall on his 1386th day in office; and that the day itself, 11-06-2012, was encoded with the number 13: 1+1+6+2+1+2 = 13.
Indeed, what Obama, and no one could have anticipated, was that on the 1299th day of his presidency-at the brink of his 1300th day-Mitt Romney would publicly introduce Paul Ryan as his running mate in Virginia, one of the original revolutionary 13 states with 13 electoral votes and a crucial battleground state. What Obama nor anyone could not have known is that Virginia would become a source of trouble for his reelection campaign: it was in Virginia that Obama made the anti-capitalist "you didn't build your business" gaffe; and where Joe Biden warned black voters that Romney's election would "put them in chains" and reenslave them. It was also in Virginia while campaigning on July 13th that Obama campaign staffer Alex Orkent died, an ominous sign of coming defeat (see). Virginia's triple Republican landslide sweep in 2010 foreshadows the outcome of November 6 (see).
We are now in the 1300 DAYS of Obama's failed, miserable, unsustainable presidency which will prove to be the worst period of his four destructive years leading to his necessary defeat by 65 year old Mitt (13x5=65).
November 6, 2012 will be long remembered by Republicans as
BARACK OBAMA'S ONE TERM PROPOSITION DAY.
One Term Proposition And The 11th Defeat Of A Sitting President
Obama's three oracular words, "ONE TERM PROPOSITION" have a numeric value of 111*, that's the 11th number of the 100 series. Obama made this prediction on February 2, 2009, the 33rd day of the year: 11x3 = 33. Election Day is in the 11th month of November, falling on the 1386th day of Obama's presidency: 11x126 = 1386. And lastly, Election Day falls on the 311th day of the year (see), the day the 44th president (11x4) will be the 11th incumbent president in US history to be defeated**.
By the way, there have been 15 Democrat presidents (including Obama) serving 22 terms (11x2) spanning 88 years (11x8). The last unprimaried Democrat president defeated by a Republican was Grover Cleveland, president 22 (11x2) in 1888-that election fell on November 6th.
*The numerological system used in this article is as follows: A to I is 1-9, J to R is 1 to 9, S to Z is 1-6.
1. John Adams
2. John Quincy Adams
3. Martin Van Buren
4. Grover Cleveland
5. William Harrison
6. Howard Taft
7. Herbert Hoover
8. Gerald Ford
9. Jimmy Carter
10. George H. W. Bush