A Case Against Obama and Romney part 3





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Published on Nov 4, 2012

A former professor of political science and former candidate for lieutenant governor of the State of New York, Catholic writer Thomas A. Droleskey, Ph.D., examines the case against President Barack Hussein Obama that has not been made by his opponent, former Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Barack Hussein Obama, which is why the latter is as useless to the common temporal good as the former. The first three parts focus on Obama and the Democratic Party. This is part three of what became an eight part series. The final five parts focus on Romney and the Republican Party, although the reigning caesar certainly gets a good deal of attention, of course.

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