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I hope that President Obama has a sharper Secret Service detail then VP Biden. Biden's detail had a service dog fall 6 stories to its death last week.
Awesome, another million dollar campaign visit from someone who can't get reelected. Any chance he'll talk on Egypt? Greece? Spain? He has "helped" them out. Will he answer why "gun control" can be pushed through at a priority while we have not had a budget in 5 years?
Mil to Vegas, mil to here. Is he capable of doing anything but running for an office he already has?
I thought the election was over........
Very exciting. Looking forward to it. Go, Obama!
Stay home and do some work please
Odds seems to be about 1:1 that he will focus on further eroding the value of American labor and respect for our laws by promoting another Amnesty to provide corporatist interests with more sub wage labor. 3:1 he will be promoting a civil rights abuse agenda designed to attack the bill of rights protections in the constitution. And about the same 3:1 that he's simply coming here to lecture the majority of Minnesotans why he is so much above our system of law and order that we need to just follow his agenda of destruction of our society and join him on his path of creating a corporatist utopia of third world victimization right here at home.
I am guessing that Rybeck is up for a major appointment in Obama administration. Secretary of Transportation maybe?
Agenda TBD? Campaigning is his ONLY skill.
Stay in DC and work on the economy please. My, this employee of ours spends a lot of money campaigning.
"Secretary of Transportation maybe?" - Possibly something in commerce, like cheif NFL lobbyist? ANything having to do with unsustainable or lawless sending would be approporiate, and in keeping with the current regime.
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