The Case For Barack Obama 2012

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Middle Class Warfare Smack Down

Hindustan Times violates U.S. lamestream style book
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, who is leading among all Republican Presidential aspirants ahead of the key Iowa Caucus next week, has stepped up his attack on President Barack Obama, saying he would be little more than "a footnote" in the US history because of his "poor" decision making.

The Wall Street Journal said the attack on Obama shows the growing confidence of Romney that he is leading the polls in both Iowa and New Hampshire -- the first two States in the selection process.

"I continue to think he's a nice guy; I think he's over his head," Romney told MSNBC in an interview. "I think the class warfare type of rhetoric poisons the notion of a united nation under God. I think that in some respects, we're substituting envy for ambition."

"I think the divisive approach has been unfortunate. I don't think it's in keeping with the kind of spirit the President offered when he was running for President," Romney said.
(from hindustantimes.com)

Cuba, Cigarettes, Jon Corzine

On this day: January 1
Spanish rule ends in Cuba (1899)

National German Workers' Socialist Party passes the "Law for the Prevention of Genetically Diseased Offspring" (1934)

Cigarette advertisements are banned on U.S. TV (1971)

b: Omar al-Bashir (1944), Jon Corzine (1947); d: Thomas Hobson (1631), Sergei Kourdakov (1973), Shirley Chisholm (2005), Claiborne Pell (2009), Nizar Rayan (2009)

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