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No, I Can’t, ad by Mitt Romney. Reassured by countless slogans, Americans were told things would get better. Now, four years later, President Obama has admitted he can’t change Washington. We don’t need any more slogans. What we need is leadership.

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Mitt Romney‘s press conference on the Muslim terrorist attacks at the U.S. Embassy in Egypt and Libya in Jacksonville, Florida.

Do you think the press corps questions had Obama’s butt covered? You bet ya.

Busted, Open mic: Press coordinating questions for Romney “No matter who he calls on, we’re covered.”

Romney is right: In embassy incidents, Obama administration’s first instinct was to sympathize with attackers Click Here

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9/11 Remembrance, Obama fails to mention God in Proclamation, September 11, 2012.

Obama wrote,

But as we mark the anniversary of September 11, we remember what remains the same: our character as a nation, our faith in one another, and our legacy as a country strengthened by service and selflessness.”

Via White House,gov

Presidential Proclamation — Patriot Day and National Day of Service and Remembrance, 2012 Click Here

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This is my National Empty Chair day contribution.                                                                                                                                                                            I thought I would break out my poster from my first Tea Party Rally in Philadelphia, PA and place it next to my Empty Chair.

Romney/Ryan 2012

National Empty Chair Day photo album, part II

National Empty Chair Day Photos, Part 2

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Mitt Romney jokes at Obama, “No one’s ever asked to see my birth certificate” at a rally of 7,000 in Commerce, Michigan.

Romney told supporters that he and Ann had been born at nearby hospitals.

No one’s ever asked to see my birth certificate. They know that this is the place that we were born and raised.”

No, no, not a swipe,. I’ve said throughout the campaign and before, there’s no question about where he was born. He was born in the U.S. This was fun about us, and coming home. And humor, you know — we’ve got to have a little humor in a campaign.”

Obama campaign spokesperson Ben LaBolt quickly denounced the remark,

embraced the most strident voices in his party instead of standing up to them.”

Is Obama for America getting testy before the GOP convention in Tampa, Florida?

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