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October 3rd, 2012
12:14 PM ET

Words serve as bombs in campaign battle

CNN's John Berman reports on the war of words that's on constant display this election season.


Filed under: 2012 election • John Berman
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  1. manning El Paso, TX

    The reason Romney sold jobs and patents to China is because he those not believe in the American worker! and keeps his off shore bank accounts because he dose not believe in the Americans banks including Wall street, his return on his earns are higher overseas. All the Obama haters were celebrating victory, he might have come off better in the debit, but to show his airguns and was taking of how he cut would spends, he wen after Big Bird, What do you think he has in mind for medicare and Social Security and placing medicate with the state it will kill it, Wake up America this guy and Paul Ryan the butcher of medicare and social security the retires will be paying taxes and the Rich paying nothing. He to rich to worry about 47% of American needs! By the way he did not Koch out Obama!

    October 6, 2012 at 2:24 pm |
  2. normaperez

    Why has no one mentioned that as Romney bragged on about how well he gets along with other legislators–both parties–the disrespect shown by Romney's cohorts to President Obama has been forgotten? President Obama must have been in shock as he listened to this hypocritical, rich white guy who has no job other than being rich, discuss his ability to get along with other rich white guys.

    Sorry, Wolf...no one has mentioned that President Obama could not say out right that he has not done what he hoped to because of the blatant thrust by Repubs to make his administration fail (thanks, Mitch, Erik C). Because he's black, for heavens sakes; he can't say that on the stage. But we minorities–soon to be the majority–understood exactly what was happening.

    October 4, 2012 at 4:20 pm |

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