Obamaa s new running mate seems to be Bill Clinton

Nov 1, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: USA Today

During his speech in Green Bay, Wis., Obama said his economic policies echo those of Clinton, including his plan to help reduce debt by raising taxes on Americans who make more than $250,000 a year.

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Shut up. You're not making any sense.
You can not take the truth.

ROMNEY/RYAN 2012

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GALLUP: R 49% O 48%

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CNN: TIED [WITH D+11]...HAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAH 11 points more and then claim even.

Romney winning independents 59%-35%...Dats da ol’ ball game.

Obama loses endorsement of nation's first elected black governor...

HAHAHAAHAHAH Obama claims in today’s babble speak that Romney is doing exactly like Obama has run his own campaign the last two years…..HE CAN HARDLY SPEAK HE IS SO DISTRAUGHT..
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The lie about Chrysler moving jobs to build jeeps in China for starters, you old piece of shit.
WHY WOULD CLINTON SAY THIS IF IT WAS NOT TRUE. Remember Clinton is Obama's BABYSITTER.

JEEP Clinton response
"They used to produce Jeeps in China and they were about to go broke so they had to quit," Clinton said. "You can’t make a Jeep in America and send it to China – it weighs too much, it costs too much to send over there. All they are going to do is reopen their operations there and try to sell Jeeps there too. We’re doing fine here."

Clinton's comments come just weeks after a Bloomberg report saying that Jeep has been considering opening production facilities in China. The Obama campaign has vigorously denied that report--though Clinton, at an Obama rally no less--today seems to be saying that the only way Jeep could service the Chinese market is if the American auto company opens up facilities there.
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<quoted text>You can not take the truth.

ROMNEY/RYAN 2012
Yo mama.
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GALLUP: R 49% O 48%

RASMUSSEN: R 49% O 48%

CNN: TIED [WITH D+11]...HAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAH 11 points more and then claim even.

Romney winning independents 59%-35%...Dats da olÂ’ ball game.

Obama loses endorsement of nation's first elected black governor...

HAHAHAAHAHAH Obama claims in todayÂ’s babble speak that Romney is doing exactly like Obama has run his own campaign the last two yearsÂ…..HE CAN HARDLY SPEAK HE IS SO DISTRAUGHT..
MY POLL: O 100% R 0%
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The lie about Chrysler moving jobs to build jeeps in China for starters, you old piece of shit.
GM to China
Nearly a year ago, in February 2011, GM reaffirmed their commitment to having a strong presence of aggressive investment in China. At the time GM Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson was quoted saying “GM will continue to make China one of our priorities. We plan to introduce more than 20 new and upgraded models over the next two years, strengthen our local product development capability, expand our cooperation and sharing of technology with local partners, and lead in the introduction of new energy vehicles including the Chevrolet Volt extended-range electric vehicle. All of this is part of GM’s long-term commitment to the sustainable development of China’s automotive industry.”
In September 2011, an agreement was made between GM and SAIC to co-develop a new electric vehicle architecture in China. The Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center (PATAC), an already existing facility jointly owned by GM and SAIC, will be used to house the development. They stated at the time the target was delivery of products developed in China with Chen Hong, president of SAIC Motor, saying “Our agreement will enable SAIC and GM to take advantage of economies of scale and get new technology to the market faster than by going it alone. It will help bring about our goal of leading the automotive industry in new energy vehicles and our vision of sustainable transportation." They described it as developing "key components" in China, to develop vehicles for sale in China under both GM and SAIC branding, and to use the newly developed vehicle architecture to develop vehicles to be sold around the world.
The same month the GM China Advanced Technical Center opened as the newest of GM's network of technical centers around the world. This center, in Shanghai, was described as "the most comprehensive advanced automotive technology development center in China," will work with the PATAC just mentioned, and will house four design organizations: the China Science Lab, Vehicle Engineering Lab, Advanced Powertrain Engineering Lab and Advanced Design Center. The first phase, the Advanced Materials Laboratory Building, includes a battery cell testing lab, battery material lab, metallography and electrochemical lab, cell fabrication lab, and micro-foundry and formability lab.
In December 2011, GM announced the second phase of the ATC was on track for completion in July 2012. GM said the organizations installed in the second of the ATC would "focus on advanced design, vehicle engineering, advanced powertrain development, urban mobility and manufacturing processes"
Also in December, GM announced opening a design studio in China. The center is located at GM's headquarters in China, and is focused on developing vehicle designs for the Chinese market and other key global markets. Wulin Gaowa, Design Director of GM China Advanced Studio, said "The China market is playing a dominant role both in Asia and globally. As demand in China accounts for a bigger portion of GM’s global sales, our success in China is critical. We need to closely monitor and predict Chinese customers’ mobility behaviors, needs and preferences to ensure we are bringing the right products to the market."
GM also issued many press releases over the last year bragging about strong sales growth in China.
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As a globalized corporation some would say GM would be foolish to ignore China, especially considering how big the Chinese appetite is for buying cars and trucks.
Yet there are some who like to portray China's growth as a threat to the U.S. and for example throw out phrases like "SAIC taking over development of GM's electric vehicle platform means that the taxpayer money spent on the promise of a bright green future with loads of American jobs created is now going to benefit China." In other words, the perception is that SAIC (which is owned by the Chinese government) is being handed electric vehicle technology on a platter. As SAIC's Chairman said above, their corporate goal is to be the leader in developing electric vehicles and sustainable transportation.

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I see you have a poor pole........that's what she said.
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That's pretty funny.
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As a globalized corporation some would say GM would be foolish to ignore China, especially considering how big the Chinese appetite is for buying cars and trucks.
Yet there are some who like to portray China's growth as a threat to the U.S. and for example throw out phrases like "SAIC taking over development of GM's electric vehicle platform means that the taxpayer money spent on the promise of a bright green future with loads of American jobs created is now going to benefit China." In other words, the perception is that SAIC (which is owned by the Chinese government) is being handed electric vehicle technology on a platter. As SAIC's Chairman said above, their corporate goal is to be the leader in developing electric vehicles and sustainable transportation.
Could you possibly be any more boring? Nobody is interested in that stuff. You're wasting your time in posting junk that nobody is going to read.
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Romney is running on Bush's failed record. Tax and program cuts..... that's exactly what Bush tried all the way to a complete collapsed of the American Financial System and Economy, highlighted by Drill baby Drill.

If that's not the Bush Record, and the McCain/Palin mantra what else is it?

The Electorate isn't that stupid, that's why where it matters in the Nation, in States likely to determine the next President, Obama leads and has lead every poll released in those States. Romney has not lead one time in any of the State Polls where the counting will matter.
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Bill Clinton is only saying nice things about the Kenyan, because he wants Obama to endorse Hillary in 2016. It is really funny to hear Obama run on Billy's record. Poor dumb bastard can't run on his own record, too dismal.

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