Despite the political rhetoric of the current administration, President Obama clearly supports "tidal-wave economics," involving the government's raining trillions of tax-payer dollars to stimulate the American economy out of a potential depression. Obama has outlined several new initiatives he would like to see expanded as part of his new budget and the current stimulus package.

Many investors argue about the validity of such plans going forward, about their effects on both the short-term and long-term growth of the American economy, and about the increased role of government. But these debates usually are counterproductive and don't offer money-making ideas for this brutal bear market.

Here are five companies that could benefit under an Obama economy.

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