American voters to decide between Obama and Romney as the they are twins in their programs of government: A reaction
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American voters to decide between Obama and Romney as the they are twins in their programs of government: A reaction

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American voters to decide bet. Obama and Romney as they are twins in their programs of government: A reaction



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I watched Stephanie Ealy’s “Twins: Obamney, Romnama or is it Obama -n- Romney? When will America wake up? (Video)”. Yes, I highly subscribed to the superb comparison.

As Ealy put it and quote, “We have a Democrat currently in office and a Republican wanting to move his large Mormon flock into the House of White. The only problem is they are identical twins. Not physically, but in most every other way thinkable, these two men running for the position of Commander in Chief are quite similar.” Both candidates as compared with each other shared certain commonalities.

Ealy further said, “It covers gun rights, Iran, the Patriot Act, universal healthcare, energy, NDAA, sanctions, auto bailouts, civil rights, economic stimulus, TARP, campaign donations, the beloved Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke and more.”

Reacting to the whole content of the video suggests that, there is really a need for the 2012 U.S presidential election to allow the American voters to choose between Obama and Romney for the next president. However, should the American electorates need a third choice Ron Paul is immediately right on hand. Nevertheless, Republicans first have to first decide between Romney and Paul. Whoever will be the choice then, he will be the one to squarely face President Obama come November 06, 2012. The ball is now on the hands of the American voters.

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