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DNC Tuesday: "The Democrats' Rubio" and the First Lady

Mam'selle Wrote: Sep 05, 2012 11:29 AM
Rusty Cars and other fallacies Source: Ebony U.S. SEN. BARACK OBAMA (D-ILL) has a reputation for perseverance and persistence in politics—and in life. And he proved it first in his ardent wooing of histall and attractive wife, Michelle, who is, he says, from any podium, the "love of my life." She was not initially interested in dating the charismatic young lawyer. She was his mentor in the Chicago law firm where they met, and she is quoted as saying she thought it would be "tacky" for the only two Blacks at the law firm to start dating. She even tried to set him up with her girlfriends. There was just one problem—he wanted to date her. Eventually he won his case, and now with an even dozen years of married life behind them and two young
Liz772 Wrote: Sep 05, 2012 11:57 AM
0bama is done. 0bama's popularity is fading, especially with women. Romney is up with women. I can't wait until November.

GTFO 2012!!!

CHARLOTTE, NC - Day one of the Democratic National Convention was a tale of two events.  Throughout the early evening session -- prior to the major primetime hour -- the proceedings featured angry attacks on Mitt Romney and Republicans, an unshakeable fixation on trivial, minor issues (other than jobs and the economy), and a disquieting, heavy emphasis on abortion and divisive social issues.  Especially unpleasant were the patriotism-questioning shout-fest from former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland ("If Mitt Romney were Santa, he'd fire the Reindeer and outsource the elves!") and the pro-abortion screed from the president of NARAL, a hardcore pro-abortion...