In this Monday, Sept. 10, 2012 photo, Jason Haas, Akron school board president, participates in a school board meeting in Akron, Ohio. Haas knows some folks think the president should have turned the economy around by now, but he doesn't. "These were the worst economic times since the Great Depression," he says. "I think it's foolhardy to expect that we're going to come out of it in three years," he declares, adding that a relatively small group of Obama backers "maybe had greater expectations than political reality allows." (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

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In this Monday, Sept. 10, 2012 photo, Jason Haas, Akron school board president, participates in a school board meeting in Akron, Ohio. Haas knows some folks think the president should have turned the economy around by now, but he doesn't. "These were the worst economic times since the Great Depression," he says. "I think it's foolhardy to expect that we're going to come out of it in three years," he declares, adding that a relatively small group of Obama backers "maybe had greater expectations than political reality allows." (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
In this Monday, Sept. 10, 2012 photo, Jason Haas, Akron school board president, participates in a school board meeting in Akron, Ohio. Haas knows some folks think the president should have turned the economy around by now, but he doesn't. "These were the worst economic times since the Great Depression," he says. "I think it's foolhardy to expect that we're going to come out of it in three years," he declares, adding that a relatively small group of Obama backers "maybe had greater expectations than political reality allows." (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
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