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Shot Fired at Obama’s Campaign Office in Denver

October 16, 2012 by Triinu Maran in Uncategorized with 0 Comments

An unknown criminal opened fire towards Obama’s campaign office in Colorado, several campaign workers were in the building, but no one was shot. For Romney, his own words are backfiring him.

Might that attack have had something to do with the attack on US embassy in Lybia is unknown, because the criminal is still out in the loose. Ironically while Romney opposes stricter gun laws, Obama hasn’t pushed any as president.

Romney’s campaign hit with his own phrases

It shouldn’t be a surprise to any of the world’s largest PR campaign owner that any statement of opinion might leak to the web and optimize search engines. Romney, not experienced with the worldwide attention, said out a few words that tumbled his reputation.

Romney’s reputation got a major blow in September at a campaign event when he declared that Obama supporters live on government benefits and don’t care about their lives.
60% of repliers thought Romney to be too unfair calling half of Americans victims. 43% found Romney to be less attractive than earlier. The survey showed Obama’s 5% win if the elections were held today.

Last week he commented his wrong sayings: “Well, clearly in a campaign, with hundreds if not thousands of speeches and question-and-answer sessions, now and then you’re going to say something that doesn’t come out right,” Romney said. “In this case, I said something that’s just completely wrong.”

Google now shows endless pictures of Romney with a search „completely wrong,“ and obviously any crisis cries out for a particular business service, depending on the problem. In this case, a leading online reputation management firm, has issued a new statement to the press saying that the GOP candidate needs a reputation management consultant—and desperately. But would anyone Google „completely wrong“ while searching for a possible president for one of the most powerful country in the world?
Both competitors have a fair shot at the title

According to the figures of the latest national opinion survey of voters, the lack of support following the party congress in September has placed the 2 candidates as equal.

Survey conducted by Washington Post and ABC News Obama leads by 49% to Romney’s 47%. Media outlets Washington Post and ABC News as well as Politicio and George Washington University came to the same conclusion.

The situation is slightly better in the most important key nations. Obama leads in New Hampshire 52:37, Florida by 9%, Ohio 10 and Pennsylvania 12%.

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