Snapshots from four key swing states reveal an anxious mood

Jul 5, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Washington Post

Big national holidays are about celebrating common ideals and aspirations; national politics often turn on how those ideals and aspirations match up against the realities of daily life.

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Jul 6, 2012
 
Mr. Romney,

I am writing this letter on behalf of Ford Motor Company, Chrysler Motors, and General Motors to thank you so very very much for all your assistance and hard work helping us build our manufacturing plants in China. China is currently our by largest market.

Sincerely yours,
Alan Mulally
Ford Motor Company
Executive Chairman

P.S. Please continue working with Republicans to eliminate taxing our profits. We believe the working middle class should pay our tax burden.

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Alan Mulally wrote:
Mr. Romney,
I am writing this letter on behalf of Ford Motor Company, Chrysler Motors, and General Motors to thank you so very very much for all your assistance and hard work helping us build our manufacturing plants in China. China is currently our by largest market.
Sincerely yours,
Alan Mulally
Ford Motor Company
Executive Chairman
P.S. Please continue working with Republicans to eliminate taxing our profits. We believe the working middle class should pay our tax burden.
Mr. President,
I am writing this letter on behalf of Ford Motor Company and its shareholders. We respectfully decline your offer for taxpayer funds in this current fiscal crisis. Unlike GMC,Chrysler we feel capable as responsible Corporate citizens of this Country to make choices that will return this company to profitability without influence from outside interests. UNLIKE General Motors,we refuse to let the Gov't sell out the interests of our shareholders for Union payoffs.
Sincerely Yours,
Alan Mulally
Ford Motor Company
Executive Chairman
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okimar wrote:
<quoted text>Mr. President,
I am writing this letter on behalf of Ford Motor Company and its shareholders. We respectfully decline your offer for taxpayer funds in this current fiscal crisis. Unlike GMC,Chrysler we feel capable as responsible Corporate citizens of this Country to make choices that will return this company to profitability without influence from outside interests. UNLIKE General Motors,we refuse to let the Gov't sell out the interests of our shareholders for Union payoffs.
Sincerely Yours,
Alan Mulally
Ford Motor Company
Executive Chairman
Shows you lack the intelligence to write your own. A copy and paste dummy.

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Alan Mulally wrote:
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Shows you lack the intelligence to write your own. A copy and paste dummy.
I have no problem plagerizing and adapting from liberal troll lowshekies. I sometimes get some wonderful satire from them.
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Jul 6, 2012
 
Tony wrote:
Republicans want to keep the current failed health care where for profit insurance executives control a persons health care not a doctor.
And you would rather have the government have the final say as to who gets what medical treatment?
Everything they touch turns to Chit including the postal service.
They could not even turn a profit at the Bunny ranch selling sex and booze. Wake up!
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Replace the Disgrace wrote:
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And you would rather have the government have the final say as to who gets what medical treatment?
Everything they touch turns to Chit including the postal service.
They could not even turn a profit at the Bunny ranch selling sex and booze. Wake up!
One is as bad as the other. I would prefer neither because the patient loses either way.
Yes the defense\military.
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Replace the Disgrace wrote:
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And you would rather have the government have the final say as to who gets what medical treatment?
Everything they touch turns to Chit including the postal service.
They could not even turn a profit at the Bunny ranch selling sex and booze. Wake up!
The government runs their own welfare benefits very well screwing the tax payers.

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