Need for money means less time in bat...

Need for money means less time in battleground states

There are 1 comment on the The Miami Herald story from Jun 11, 2012, titled Need for money means less time in battleground states. In it, The Miami Herald reports that:

In three days of campaign travel this past week, President Barack Obama spent just two hours on the soil of a battleground state - a small fraction of his time given that voters in those places are expected to decide the election.

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Clarksburg, WV

#1 Jun 12, 2012
In Nov., he will learn his job requires more
than campaigning and raiseing money...
Throwing out these tid bit such gay marriages,
borrowing and blame proved how weak and meaning
less this job means to him...You should have
informed him, we desided 232yrs ago we did not
want a King, just a leader who knew HOW to
inprove the lives of the people. Putting
AF1 in the air 192 times, is not something
we can afford. Mr Pres., we can not longer
afford you, the people doing without for you, is not acceptable. As nice as it can be said,

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