Failed policies...
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The big question from the last debate is why did Mr. Romney give the president a pass on the Libya question. When the facts of this story are fully revealed, which strangely is not going to happen until after the election, it will be bigger than Watergate simply because it involved the death of an ambassador and three other brave Americans.

The president would have you believe that he has al Qaeda on the run. The truth is that radical groups such as al Qaeda are stronger then ever and very few people in the US understand how great that threat is. At least 47 percent of the people in this country have no concept of the threats and problems facing this country, and the president if re-elected, will only continue his failed policies.

—Dee Tranter


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