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We are in the "real World" and Obama's policies have been massive failures.
1,800 people? You sure about that, pal?
One of the most telling arguments against Romney is that he is as much anathema to the residents of Massachusetts as Pawlenty is to Minnesotans. In this instance,it seems that to have lived under Romney policies is to give a lopsided majority vote to Obama.
1,800? Pray tell what they had to give away or bus in to get that many? And, if you add in the ability of the reporters to double-count Liberal events I would be shocked to see over 500. Notice that there is NO picture of the audience? Hmmmm.
Great Speech I wish He was running instead of Obama, I will still be voting for Obama!!
I suppose it depends on what your definition of the "real world" is.
This man perjured himself to the American people when he was in office. Why should anyone believe anythong that rolls off this guys tongue now?
Minnesota has changed from 'solid' for Obama to 'leans' Obama. There is a chance Minnesota will now go for Romney. Obama and his cronies are desperate to hold Minnesota. Sorry, libs, it's beginning to look like Obama is going to to go down in history as the one-term mistake that he is. Romney will win big on November 6th.
Awful headline on the mainpage. "Clinton tries to rally..."? It's a rally. The energy was probably very high. Got 1800 people on short notice. Another example of editorial staff and their corporate, pro-Romney bias.
Public universities should not be allowed to be used for political purposes.
He can try all he wants, but he is a liar and no one takes him seriously. Jeep is moving to China and yesterday Clinton is telling crowds how hurt obama is by that because obama's first car was jeep. Obama said it was a Granada. How do these people sleep at night?
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