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If You Like This Sort of Thing I do!

Posted by labrea 7NYC (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 28, 12 at 21:29

Obama on Fire nice speech!
In a politically sizzling attack, President Barack Obama on Tuesday accused his Republican presidential challengers of abandoning the American worker and took credit for the auto industry’s resurgence while singling out GOP opposition to the taxpayer-backed rescue of General Motors and Chrysler that he helped engineer.

Speaking to a raucous United Auto Workers audience, Obama said that assertions by Republican presidential candidates that union members profited from the taxpayer-paid rescue are a “load of you know what.”

Here is a link that might be useful: Auto Industry Speech Video

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RE: If You Like This Sort of Thing I do!

Spot on! And that's why he can stroll into a second term without working up a sweat; plus he sings better than Romney...

RE: If You Like This Sort of Thing I do!

No matter who won the other night staging that speech at that time was FUN!

RE: If You Like This Sort of Thing I do!

Wow...if that is a preview of the general election that wow of wow. Question is will it be Mom Jeans Or Sweater Vest...

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