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Obama should hold Early Lead in Elections until Republicans get off Work
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[quote:Thor's Hamster:MV8yMDQwMTE0XzM0MjkzOTQwXzM0ODQxNERF] Prior to the year 2000, the last time the Republicans held the Presidency AND the Congress at the same time was in 1954 when Eisenhower was President. Republicans would scream and cry and plead with the electorate: "Please, please elect us for President and Congress and we'll solve all the problems, because all the problems in this country are brought about by the evil democrats." So in the year 2000, George W. Bush was elected as was a Republican Congress. There was a Republican President AND Congress for 6 or Bush's 8 years in office. And what did they do? They spent more than all previous administrations in U.S. history combined, and increased the size of the federal government more than any administration since FDR's New Deal. Why would anyone vote for a Republican president based on cutting spending and reducing the size of the federal government? They've proven they're not serious about doing either of those things. If you have another reason to vote for them, fine. But those are 2 of my biggest issues, and the issues that matter the most as our economy is bottoming out. I guess you missed Colin Powell's endorsement of President Obama. Or is Powell NOW a commie, pinko, marxist, racist traitor? Just yesterday, he was all your heroes, when he was executing Bush, Sr.'s oil war, and Bush, Jr.'s imperialism in the middle east and south Asia. You GOTTA love the irony. No wait, that's not the word. Not irony. What's the word? Oh ya...HYPOCRISY. Enjoy today. :) [/quote]
OBAMA ENDS CAMPAIGN IN HALF-EMPTY ARENA
President Obama’s big rally tonight turned out to be just like his first, opening salvo of the 2012 campaign: a half-empty arena in Ohio.
link to www.breitbart.com
FINAL ROMNEY RALLY ROCKS NEW HAMPSHIRE: 10K OVERFLOW CROWD AT 11PM
Mitt Romney closed his campaign in the state where it began -- New Hampshire -- in front of a raucous, energetic, and enthusiastic crowd of over 10,000 at the Verizon Center. Thousands more people were outside of the arena, unable to get into the event.
link to www.breitbart.com
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