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al qaeda is alive and GM is faicng bankrupsty, again

Original post made by Kevin, Midtown, on Sep 27, 2012

The narrative of the Obama administration tried to spike the football (Osama killing), but it didn't work. The Libya consulate terrorist attack by al qaeda affiliates was denied by Obama...worse than emabarassing...a real scandal.

General Motors is losing market share, and will probably need to beg for another bailout in the next year or two.

The apologists for Obama like to say, "Osama is dead and GM is alive". Drinking the Obama koolaid will not make it so.

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Posted by sharon
a resident of Midtown
on Sep 27, 2012 at 4:33 pm

Kevins post is the typical right wing attack on Obama without any factual basis..the question is why Romney thinks our soldiers are parasites


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Posted by Kevin
a resident of Midtown
on Sep 27, 2012 at 4:58 pm

My assertions are completely backed by facts. I just did not provide links to those facts. I am very willing to provide the links, if you cannot do your own homework to establish the facts.

al qaeda is alive and GM is headed back to bankruptsy. Despite what Obama, and his apologists claim.


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