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The Pee Wee President’s Awfully Big Campaign

My Redeemer Wrote: Apr 16, 2012 9:48 AM
Let me start by saying that I am by no meens wealthy. I lost my job of ten years my house and we are living on one income. I wish people would get more informed instead of listening to everything the media says anybody with any sense knows that the people they want to tax create the jobs. I'm not a Romney fan but I was insulted when the media started bashing Ann Romney for staying home. I stayed home with my daughter for ten years and I believe it made her a far better person. She will be graduating college with honors. The problem with our kids now a days is parents are to busy to oversee their kids education, so we have kids graduating that don't even know how to read.

Our real-life, make-believe president has two things to accomplish during this campaign season if he wants to call 1600 Pennsylvania Ave home for another four years.

His first three-and-a-half years have been so bad, that he’s had to ditch a reelection strategy and come up with a the re-write of a screenplay that he can act out over the next seven months to replace the real accomplishments that presidents usual rely on to get reelected.

If the body of the story Obama has selected so far seems vaguely familiar to all of us, it’s probably because we have already seen...