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chizables said...

Like I said: Say what you want, but John Wolfe, unlike Obama, is a true Democrat. He is not bought and paid for by Wall Street. He would not cave in to the Tea Party's extreme right wing demands. He would not send drones to kill innocent civilians. He would not compromise away Medicare and Social Security to the Republicans. He would not cut government assistance in the form of Home Heating Oil Assistance to the poorest of our poor. Obama has done all of these. John Wolfe would represent the middle class and not the giant corporations and billionaires who can never get enough.

One would think this article was supposed to be about Mr. Wolfe running for president in New Hampshire, but it is mostly about the 10k fine (which was a fine and not a campaign debt, as one commenter has said).

The biased article in the newspaper should have been on the editorial page - the right side.

All the article did was bash Mr. Wolfe, not giving much space at all the the real issues he stands for.

I must say it was quite a bizarre article; but, then, I am not surprised, considering the source.

December 20, 2011 at 11:46 p.m.
chizables said...

Say what you want, but John Wolfe, unlike Obama, is a true Democrat. He is not bought and paid for by Wall Street. He would not cave in to the Tea Party's extreme right wing demands. He would not send drones to kill innocent civilians. He would not compromise away Medicare and Social Security to the Republicans. He would not cut government assistance in the form of Home Heating Oil Assistance to the poorest of our poor. Obama has done all of these. John Wolfe would represent the middle class and not the giant corporations and billionaires who can never get enough.

December 20, 2011 at 6:43 p.m.
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