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The Game of Who Do You Trust

Reader comment on item: Romney vs. Obama vis-à-vis Israel

Submitted by Jules Posten (United States), Sep 5, 2012 at 09:35

the 2012 Presidential Election will soon be here. the future of not only the United States of America hangs in the balance. We've had just about a full four year term in office for Mr Obama. this term of office should be enough to convince anyone, that this is enough. one term presidents have occurred previously and it is painfully obvious that this President does not deserve to be returned for another four years.

from the start when he went about the world and made apology for everything the USA has ever done to being awarded a Nobel Prize for no reason at all, what has he accomplished? enough is enough. another four years would spell disaster for the US and worse for Israel. can we afford to return Obama to office? who do we trust? this isn't a game or an exercise in civic responsibility. being against Mr Obama is not a racist response as his toadies would have you believe. it's just common sense. just go over his policies and actions over the last four years. there is only one conclusion you can draw,

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