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National bus tour wages ideological war of words and money

"Stop the greed agenda" painted on the side of bus making its way across U.S.
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Bill Cohen
While the Presidential candidates’ official campaigns fight it out with TV ads and rallies, others on the political right and left are behind the scenes…waging their own ideological war of words and money. Ohio Public Radio’s Bill Cohen reports on one example.
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- 47% of Americans are ignored by Romney/the conservative Republicans' - “- don't care -” - however Obama stated he doesn't care about the people that won't vote for him – and this is conveniently ignored. We will probably hear about the evil “rich” infinitely, - and at the same time the point Romney succinctly expressed during the Presidential debate was that the evil “rich” who are conveniently getting scapegoated are also many small-businesses that file individual tax returns – the dems retort this is only around 3% of the business, and again, as usual, ignore this 3% is 50”% of the businesses that employ the working class.
The Koch bros.; Cato institute; ALEC; Americans for prosperity, all seem to support true American values based on a Republic/a country run by the people, rather than a country run by the government – immensely more representative of traditional American values than Progress Ohio; SEIU; ACORN; AARP; Democratic Socialists of America; Reverend Wright; Sherrod Brown; Rham Emmanuel; Eric Holder; and the numerous far left reps. in this administration.
Many choose to support private industry, rather than government “winners”/EPA; AARP; SEIU;Fannie

Posted by: A Republic not Democracy on October 7, 2012 4:10AM
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