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Angry Ohio coal miners fight back against Obama’s TV ad “Mandatory” “Absolute Lies.” Coal miners tell Obama to stop the absolute lies in TV ad accusing miners of being props at rally for Romney. Miners held a press conference to release a letter signed by over 500 miners saying they were not forced to attend Romney event. They wanted to attend because there is a war on coal and Obama is leading it. If Obama is re-elected he will put us all out of work permanently.

These people are calling you out Obama with your lies.

Below is the video, ” Mandatory.” I am Barack Obama, and I approve of this message.

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Obama sent an email after the first presidential debate 2012. I received it in my inbox at 12:35 am October 4, 2012. Look at the MSM poll on who won the debate.

Is this man delusional?

Friend —

I hope I made you proud out there explaining the vision we share for this country.

Now we need to go win this election — the most important thing that will happen tonight is what you do (or don’t do) to help in the little time we have left:

https://donate.barackobama.com/Tonight

Thank you,

Barack

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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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Top ten Obama donors funding Super Pac, Priorities USA  campaign against Mitt Romney. This group of people have donated $12.55 million to Priorities USA.

1. Jeffrey Katzenberg, CEO Dreamworks

2. Irwin Mark Jacobs, founder Qualcomm

3. Fred Eychaner, political activist

4. Barbara Stiefel, philanthropist

5. Amy Goldman, gardener

6. Steve Mostyn, trial lawyer

7. Kareem Ahmed, CEO of Landmark Medical Management

8. Bill Maher, TV host and comedian

9. Franklin Haney, real estate developer

10. Morgan Freeman, actor

 

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