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Mitt Romney vs. Reality

Monday, May 7, 2012


Mr. Mitt Romney, who believes he can railroad the President out of office, continuously blabbers out lies about President Barack Obama. But President Obama has now begun his re-election campaign and I highly doubt if he will stand idol to all the false accusations that Romney has for the President.
In a nutshell I will list some of the things that Romney has to say about the President in a video by the Obama 'Truth Team'. The attached video will prove that what Mitt Romney said about the President are all lies. How can Mitt Romney actually think that he could fool the American people and make them believe that he is always right, and President Obama is always wrong?!

Romney is quoted saying the following. Listen to Obama speak on record, a response to Romney's accusations.

1)"This President decided that he was going to negotiate for Israel by saying "Let's go back to the '67 borders."

2) "This President spends allot of time apoligizing for America."

3) "Russia, this is without question our #1 geo-political foe."

4) "We don't negotiate with terrorists, and the President was suggesting that Israel should negotiate with terrorists."

5) "He has not cracked down on China. They continue to run roughshod over us."

6) "This President should have placed cripling sanctions against Iran and he did not."

7) "This President's takes his inspiration from the capitals of Europe."



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