Quote of the Day: Why the Obama Campaign Is Confident About Defeating Mitt Romney

May 2012
Moderate Voice;5/8/2012, p13
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The article focuses on the confidence of U.S. President Barack Obama team on defeating the campaign of presidential candidate Mitt Romney. It says that the team of President Obama believes that Romney is a weak candidate and will release materials that will serve as powerful missiles against the Republican candidate. It mentions that Romney needs to show his leadership strength and political consistency.


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