Republicans Look for Cause of Frictions Between Clinton and Obama۔

Republicans Look for Cause of Frictions Between Clinton and Obama۔

Washougal : WA : USA | Aug 08, 2012 at 6:02 PM PDT
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The Republican candidate to the next presidential elections in the United States, Mitt Romney, tries to divide the evident unity that exists among the Democrat applicant to the reelection, Barack Obama, and the ex-president Bill Clinton.

Romney's political campaign presented a new announcement that accuses Obama of dismantling the reformations made during the Clinton administration to the system of social attendance.

The Republican message tries to convince voters, at three months of the presidential elections that the leader is a liberal that defends the existence of an enormous and inefficient government.

The strategists of the red party sent this message, soon after that the possibility was announced that Clinton is the main speaker during the next National Democrat Convention foreseen for September.

According to the experts of the blue party, the presence of Clinton in the convention will impel the political campaign of Obama, taking into account Clinton's popularity and the positive economic acting during his eight years of command.

Lis Smith, spokesman of the campaign to the reelection of Obama, commented that Mitt Romney is not saying the truth in the message that contains the new political attack.

The presidential elections in United States will be made next November 6, where the voters to elect the current leader and they will opt for a new president.

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