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Obama tries to reassure public on economy, jobs

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The reality check of Obama's presidency: $15 trillion in debt and climbing, 9% unemployment, $5.00 per gallon of gasoline, dictators gone wild, corrupted backroom deal Obamacare....or simply economics stupid! America has a serious problem with spreading the wealth policy of his agenda.

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“So although our economy hasn’t been the focus of the news this week, not a day goes by that I’m not focused on your jobs, your hopes and your dreams,” Obama said in his weekly radio and Internet address."

The White House has given 27 different versions of the bin Laden story.

Nobody believes them on jobs and job creation either...

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Liberman2012: The White House has given 27 different versions of the bin Laden story.

Yeah because we all know how the information just hours after a major event is usually spot on and perfect and never changes...

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"increasing domestic oil production"

Drill baby, drill!

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The White House has given 27 different versions of the bin Laden story.

Each and every one ending with "Geronimo EKIA." So what's your point?

Taka

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With respect Mr. President, you should be listening to Gerald Celente instead, at trendsresearch dot com , and not blowing hot air.

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hahah american sheeple

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Obama is a downright fool. The Bin Laden "killing" story is also very suspect.

Obama killed Osama and we got 72 versions.

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