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    If you have a mansion in Hyde Park, you didn’t build that

    If you have a mansion in Hyde Park, you didn’t build that

    No one gets rich on his own.

    No one.

    In Obama’s case, Tony built it.


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    Ragspierre | August 10, 2012 at 5:00 pm

    “Romney helped a couple buy house? Big deal, so did Tony Rezko.”

    There are some nuanced differences, however…

    Not exactly on topic, but something that can be looked into [IRS sends out 7 BILLION dollars in 2011 in tax refunds to immigrants]. How many are illegal? 24,000 refunds were sent to ONE address alone.
    Here’s the story from a reputable source:

    From the NYT:

    And while the Stampses’ happy ending is a counterpoint to the image, seized upon by political opponents, of Mr. Romney as a cold, calculating financier, the episode also offers an early illustration of his appetite for deals promising low risk and high return.

    What a jerk!

    In contrast, Saint Obama offers high risk and low returns (negative returns, in fact), and he has the track record to back it up. Four! More! Years!

    LukeHandCool | August 10, 2012 at 6:08 pm

    So that’s what he meant by “spread the wealth around.”

    It got spread to Rev. Wright, too. His place is over 10,000 square feet in an exclusive neighborhood.

    LukeHandCool | August 10, 2012 at 6:18 pm

    Caroline Glick grew up in Hyde Park.

    She left and Obama moved in.

    There went the neighborhood.

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