Editorial cartoon: Snippy Mitt

  • Article by: STEVE SACK , Star Tribune
  • Updated: July 29, 2012 - 5:41 PM
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ranger78Jul. 29, 12 6:04 PM

Except if you look at Obama's history, he really does hate business. Based on his writings, speeches and actions, he is anti-business.

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totaltruthJul. 29, 12 6:07 PM

Obama's remarks do NOT have to be edited to look like he hates business...

His anti-business actions speak much louder than his words.

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hawkeye56379Jul. 29, 1210:49 PM

Odd, the Dow-Jones average has gone from the 7000's to over 13,000 while Obama has been president. It seems the businesses in the DJIA are doing pretty well.

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twinsajsfJul. 30, 1210:08 AM

ranger and (ironically) totaltruth -- So, because you think Obama is bad for business, it's OK for Mitt to blatantly distort his comments in order to make it look that way? Wow.

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william2mnJul. 30, 1212:32 PM

I remember prior to Obama taking the Oath Conservatives all over the place saying the Stock Market was going to tell us all how much Obama was anti-business. Of course once the Market took off and made Wall Street a lot of money - those Conservatives disappeared.

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fursideAug. 2, 1211:51 AM

The right is completely dishonest; from Mitt all the way down to commenters who support him on public blogs.

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rockyusmcAug. 4, 12 9:18 AM

William2mn---Dems took control of congress in 2007, the djia was just over 12000. Now after 6 years it's at 13000. That does not constitue the market "taking off"

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vivicorsiAug. 6, 1210:03 PM

Funny cartoon. I totally support Obama!

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