We need Jobs Oregon please change your mind vote Romney

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Fred

Hickory, KY

#1 Nov 4, 2012
President Obama is a good man but he has had his chance and things have become much wrose than when he came in office. Blaming BUsh is not getting us jobs. My state is hurting from no work with sky high unemployment up to 20 percent in Western Ky county of Fulton, I am begging you lets put the social issues aside and vote for the one whith the skill to do this vote Romney!

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