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fedex227 10/16/12 - 11:34 pm
Ha... Talk about misdirection ...

Here I was waiting for the balloon "despite all this Mr. Romney, exactly what is your plan for the future of America." Oops, forgot this was a republican funded paper.

gaflyboy 10/17/12 - 12:19 am
Suggestion for undecideds ...

Stay home Nov 6th.

americafirst 10/17/12 - 07:41 am
Well, fed, at least we know

Well, fed, at least we know that Obama's plan for the future includes destroying the oil and coal industries, giving billions of tapayers money to his buddies little green energy pet projects, turning the Middle East into one big hard core Islamic regime, creating the biggest welfare state in the history of the world, putting less people to work than in 30 years, making all illegal immigrants citizens and putting them on food stamps, giving everyone in America a free cell phone (with texting as well), allowing our soverign soil to be invaded and our ambassador to be murdered, etc, etc. What a plan that is.

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World Gone Crazy 10/17/12 - 10:46 am
It's scary that the good guys

It's scary that the good guys have to rely on the same airheads who thought it would be a smart thing to give the Obamessiah a shot 4 years ago. These are folks who have no principles, but just float in the breeze. And they haven't even figured out that on no day during the Obama presidency have as many Americans been working as on the worst (and last) day of the Bush presidency. Liberals used to at least claim that they were for poor people - now they just create more poor people.

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