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In the upcoming Presidential debate, Obama must be made to confirm or repudiate...

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Submitted by jaybe (Canada), Oct 15, 2012 at 05:52

...the position of his vice-president, as I have decoded it in the previous post. He must not be allowed to weasel his way out of being clear about not allowing the 90% mark to be reached. If he confirms this position, he is, in my view, committing a crime against humanity as a whole.

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