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September 26 - October 2, 2011

Who would make the worst president for the coatings industry in 2012?


Answers Votes
Michele Bachman 15%
President Obama 42%
Sarah Palin 14%
Rick Perry 18%
Mitt Romney 11%
Other (please comment) 1%


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Tagged categories: Government; Politics

Comment from otis wayne Hale, (9/29/2011, 3:40 AM)

Not one of these lock-step fascist teaparty morons is ever going to ever sign off on any infrastructure expenditures. Obama is the best Republican out of the bunch. The rest of them with the exception of Romney are just plain loonytoons, and Romney just blows which ever way the political wind takes him. He is dizzy from all his flip-flopping. This country is in dire straits, because the two party system is an illusion: Just the two sides of the same corrupt nickle. Every single one of these people are bought and paid for.


Comment from Jeff suggs, (9/29/2011, 7:18 PM)

Both sides of all parties have something that is just not right with them. The only thing that will ever save American jobs is to bring them back to America. Then give them to only Americans born in the USA. This will sound racist to liberals, but if you want to fix the economy problem, its easy. Every business has to use E-Verify system and only hire American workers. If there are 20 million illegals here, they free up millions of jobs available and millions off our Social Services. Then maybe you can think about a health plan for every American citizen.


Comment from Rick Ravenscraft, (3/11/2012, 5:02 PM)

Obama isn't a Repulican Otis, or was that a joke? You are correct in saying that both sides are corrupt


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