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10/8/2012 6:00:00 AM
Kingman Letter: Alone with his failures and lies

This whole liberal thing has just gone from desperate to sad. I found myself almost feeling sorry for Obama in his first solo appearance. Exposed for the first time without the teleprompter, handpicked and filtered media, or his cheer squad of giggly university students.

He stood alone with only his failures and lies, and for the first time in three years, Americans witnessed it.

Daniel Snelling

Kingman


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Reader Comments

Posted: Monday, October 8, 2012
Article comment by: linda athens

foreign policy will be the big one. romney will undoubtedly eat o's lunch as he puts forth his plan to make us strong again, build our navy back up, defend our friend israel, face off w/putin, support syria's people, etc. i am praying for john bolton as secy of state.

meanwhile, back at the donation websites, paul bedard at the washington examiner reports obama.com, independently owned donation website gets most of it's traffic from foreign countries, raising the question about the legality of tens of millions of small dollar donations. exactly like last election.

the gov't accountability institute today released details from an 8 mo probe into candidates fundraising.

in obama's case, they have targeted websites in chinese, arabic, thai and korean. most foreign national donations are illegal. why did they do it then? because they always snub their nose at our laws.

in their study of credit card donations, many have security flaws. a tv network (maybe abc), national magazine and national website are being pressured by the o campaign to not run the story. no surprise there.

68% of the obama.com traffic is from overseas, lacks the standard level of credit card security for donations but does use it for merchandise purchases, requiring the cvv security code. on donations, they do not. this costs them millions in extra fees - so why do it? that is self evident.

and now, obama.com has been purchased by an obama bundler living in shanghai, china w/questional business ties to state-run chinese enterprises.



Posted: Monday, October 8, 2012
Article comment by: Rick O'Shea

Ha ha yea the debate was funny funny, the leader of the U.S. and all he did was trip over his own tongue. Now I understand why Demolib's support him, because he's a great representative for the remedial class voter. Obama should have just mumbled of the usual rhetoric that he's been using since 2008, he could have just stood there and said "hope and change" over and over, then left.

Posted: Monday, October 8, 2012
Article comment by: Anson's Nephew

Actully Obama conducted himself in a very Presidential manner, the sad thing was watching Willard the Money Hider lie time and time again and the poor intellectually stunted swallowing it up. Pathetic.


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