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Obama - Teflon man - the left's man

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Submitted by Sailor46 (Canada), Oct 17, 2012 at 12:20

When I hear that Candy Crowley was to be the moderator, I felt it was already two strikes against Romney, and I do not think that I was far off. I think that both Obama and Candy Crowley (who so quickly jumped to Obama's aid, inaccurate as it was) should be red faced and owe the people of America an apology. My only hope is that in the last debate Romney will have the last word on this for, unfortunately, the left wing main stream media will not point out this inaccuracy (lie).

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