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April 19th, 2012
01:11 PM ET

Obama: 'Dog-eating' president

"Dog-eating" President Obama is thrown to the dogs over his dinner. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.


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  1. Gretchen

    WoW,everyone should be ashamed.All our serious issues and now this crap.when the president was a child he was given what people there considered food.Mitt Romney on the other hand was a full grown married with children man,and in his mind he thought it was okay to attach a family dog to the roof of a car,for hundreds of miles and from what I heard the dog became really ill.Now what one does as a child through no fault of their own can and should be excused,but the decisions you make as an adult reflects who you are and who you will continue to be.Thoughtless,cruel,totally and completely insensitive to the feelings of an innocent animal,or even how his kids may have felt,is that why he likes to fire people,or think the ryan budget is "marvelous",a budget that will take away from the elderly by destroying medicare,is that why he wants to make hundreds of thousands of americans homeless by destroying HUD,Hmm? and lets not forget "I don't care about the poor,they have their safety net".

    April 19, 2012 at 7:56 pm |
  2. HARRY WATERFIELD

    On Mitt's pride of how his father made his money, why is it never mentioned that he was almost arrested on several different charges?

    April 19, 2012 at 5:15 pm |
  3. Thom Richer

    Wolf,

    It is way past time that the media, Obama, Romney, the RNC and the DNC got serious about this presidential election. Money and time is being wasted on these ridiculous and inane "news" items and childish issues while the important, dire, and immediate political and economic needs are being neglected and purposely avoided. Why? Simply to distract voters and allow all candidates to escape dealing with, discussing intelligently and taking responsibility for issues they have no answers for and may not even have a realistic and thorough knowledge of. We are at war(s) and our children are dying each and every day and have been for years without any media coverage, discussion by candidates, Congress or the pentagon. Avoidance is a tactic to enable forgetfulness and complacency in the public. Ten years of wrongful wars and human sacrifice for useless political and corporate greed without accountability put on our president, Congress and military. However, juvenile animal disputes amongst makes headlines for months by the media and our supposed "leaders." Now there is an issue that should be dealt with.

    Thom Richer
    Negaunee, MI

    April 19, 2012 at 5:13 pm |
    • HARRY WATERFIELD

      I have been a union leader fighting for people's rights, especially for women and minorities. I have been hospitalized, arrested and almost lost my home fighting for the rights of others. I agree that we need to hear from the candidates and Obama about the issues. We need to hear that our economy is a priority and that jobs are more important than the tax rate the rich have to pay.

      April 19, 2012 at 6:08 pm |
  4. HARRY WATERFIELD

    Wolf, regarding the Secret Service mess, why is no one bringing up the Kennedy Assassination where the Secret Service had been out partying the night before at Jack Ruby's club. This has happened before with disastrous results.

    April 19, 2012 at 5:13 pm |

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