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  • robfisk robfisk Nov 2, 2012 11:04 PM Flag

    Obummer Needs To Return to NYC

    He left the poor distraught victims on the beach, and went off to campaign in Ohio. Only 2,800 people showed up at his rally. Whereas, it was estimated that Romney's Ohio rally drew well over 50,000 devotees. Barry go back to the vicims of Sandy. They got no food, no shelter, and more importantly, no gas. They are a captive audience, and these people will hang on your every word. Please, don't forget your teleprompter

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • More #$%$ from jon2retard, the only black man in America driving a Prius. Where in Ohio did Romney have a 50,000 person crowd?

    • If he is in NY then he is a distraction ; if he is not in NY he is negligent.
      What can Obama do in New York to help????

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      • Lose the election!

      • Let's not forget, this story will be covered. It can't be swept under the rug for a few more weeks, like Bengazi. Unfortunately, Barry has encouraged deivisions in this Country over the last four years. Union, over non-Union. Gay, over straight, Minority, over Mainstream. If the restoral effort fails, who is going to get most of the blame. It is Obami my friend. I for one would have a lot of respect if he would just roll up his sleeves, and take control. No one is going to tell the President of the United States no. I really believe Barry is missing the opportunity of a lifetime. In the next couple days we have a big decision to make. Throw politics aside, which of these two men do you believe can get a job done? Romney, a businessman, or Barry. Which one would you rather be in a fox hole with? The answer is clear, for me at least. Teleprompters will not correct this problem. Only action, will put the Greatest City, in the Greatest Country, back on it's feet again.

        Sentiment: Strong Sell

 
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