CNN's Brianna Keilar compares then-Senator Obama's first foreign tour four years ago with Mitt Romney's recent visit.
I know your viewers think Obama didn`t make mistakes when he was running maybe because you didn`t report about the Georgia incident and the UN security council. It`s so easy for you to get positive comments from your viewers because you don`t tell them everything such as should cities ban black churches because the black pastors have come out against gay marriage. As a businessman I`m still looking for a place to move because I am on a road but I need to move next to a bridge so I can be more sucessful. I wonder what Roland thinks about the Black pastors once again your viewers woudn`t know what I`m talking about.
Obama conducted himself like a president. Mittens conducts himself like an arrogant jerk who is entitled to the presidency but doesn't have a clue as to what the job entails. Mittens panders and lives in continual fear of the right wing not daring to say a word that might upset them. Mittens caters to his rich benefactors. Mittens has flip flopped on every issue–dont' think he actually has a position on anything. Mittens avoids contact with the press, refuses to release his taxes, his wife calls us "you people". Mittens is an embarrassment that I wish would just go away.
Romney can't just criticize Pres.Obama on the facts, he has to distort them, tell a lie and put it on Obama. On the other hand, thats all the president has to do is advertise the truth about Romney which is bad enough that it needs no distortion.
Thats part of how you can tell a great leader by how much people want to follow you. President Obama created a fire storm around the world and delivered a timely word and vision for alot of countries. Compared to Romney who bungled his way through a few countries and delivered strife and division.
Obama did not not make dumb statements!
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