Obama Goes for the Kill, But He'd Better Not Miss

Obama Goes for the Kill, But He'd Better Not Miss

Salt Lake City : UT : USA | Jul 16, 2012 at 8:14 AM PDT
Source: Fox News
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FoxNews.com And we're now starting to get in the campaign swing. And I tell people, This campaign's still about hope.' If somebody asks me, it's still about change. -- President Obama in an interview with CBS News. With the news cycles turning more slowly these days and the election drawing near, the... FULL ARTICLE AT Fox News
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