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Yes, the rich are "doing fine." What a surprise. Who thinks that under a Romney administration that things would get better for the rich? Keep your hands up! Looks almost unanimous! Now how many think that the poor and middle class will do as well? Why won't anyone raise their hands?
$50,000 a couple for dinner. In Minnesota. Do you still want to be rapping President Obama's fundraisers when Romney's doing the exact same thing?
"to generate some enthusiasm for his campaign." ... Not possible. Mitt is the least enthusiastic candidate cons have had in a long time. WHAT were they thinking picking him?
Ironic statement coming from one of the most soulless candidates this country has ever seen.
Oh, he's going to balance the budget without raising taxes. I guess he's a magician!
ron paul 2012! just kidding, romney will probably win because of citizens united and religious zealots.
More than 350 people bought tickets to the Romney fundraiser -- tickets that started at $2,500 a head for a chance to stand and listen to his speech and ranged up to $10,000 per couple for a photo with the candidate or $50,000 per couple to join him at dinner afterward at a private reception in Shorewood.
350 suckers or 1%'ers in MN? Really, can we just vote this poser of an American out? Tax cuts for the rich, tax raises on the middle class, totally against women, latinos, blacks, asians, gays, lesbians, transgendered, teachers, unions, workers, cops, firefighters, veterans, well the list just goes on. Who is voting for this guy other then wall street fat cats?
I don't think the 1% are the soul of America.
I don't think government handouts are the soul of America.
Whatever soul is left Romney will probably sell off overseas.
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