Like many previous presidencies embroiled in these types of scandals, Obama’s White House has been slow to respond.
This is the Election Day. We can look back at the campaigns of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.
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The Congress is scheduled to begin on November 8, just 2 days after the US presidential elections. So which of those two events should world follow more closely in your opinion, and why?
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But Republican Senator Jim DeMint is the happiest Senator in the US right now. House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-S.C.) said about Greene: I don’t know if he was a Republican plant; he was someone’s plant. Greene won Democratic primary over state lawmaker Vic Rawl. He received 59 percent of the votes despite having no campaign.
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According to the report of group Mission: Readiness the generation of young Americans is too fat to fight. More than 9 million young adults, or 27 percent of all teens and young adults age 17-24, are too overweight to join the military.
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