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Does it matter?

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Submitted by stryver1 (Mexico), Sep 18, 2012 at 00:45

Yes, there are many things that are not known about Obama and his past, his college, his financial aid, his church etc. But there is certainly enough that is known in order to determine his competence and leadership, whether based on his past or his actions over the past 3 years in office. The press and media will never publicize or focus on his past or his present issues, and that remains the major obstacle for anyone challenging Obama in this election. It does not look optimistic from here.

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