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"We need to find a name for the State that he undergoes." President Barack Obama the GREAT said 'I think it is called 'Romnesie',' below the rejoicing of the people. As an example, President Barack Obama the GREAT called fiscal policy. "Who earlier this year said he would cut taxes on the top 1 percent (of the population), and then in a debate says 'I know nothing of tax relief for the rich', which need a thermometer and must measure fever, because he has probably 'Romnesie'."
What a news. Mitt Romney is diseased with "Romnesie". A very vicious brain sickness.Eddi Issler is in danger too. His asbestos self contamination test is sometimes the reason for this terrible sickness. Now another victim. Mitt Romney! Can not remember his right-wing argumentation as he tried to be right of Newt Gingrich. What a disaster for him now. Ties to be left of President Barack Obama the GREAT. But their is nothing else. Maybe a wall. Or Mao Zedong. A very successful leader too. But Mitt Romney? No way. He is brain-sick now. To bad that
President Barack Obama the GREAT
has now no challenger with full capacity anymore. But who cares. He will be anyway the big winner of November 2012. The majority of America and the rest of the world loves him
the GREAT leader of America and President Barack Obama.
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