Barack Obama Campaign Rally, Maumee, Ohio – July 5 2012


Barack Obama Campaign Rally, Maumee, Ohio – July 5 2012

President Obama holds a campaign rally at Wolcott House Museum in Maunee Ohio



5 Responses to “Barack Obama Campaign Rally, Maumee, Ohio – July 5 2012”

  1. Shirley Gallagher July 5, 2012 at 18:47 #

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  2. Shirley Gallagher July 5, 2012 at 18:50 #

    Don’t let Mitt Romney take our country backword, we are moveing in the right direction now keep it going.
    The worst economy crisis since the depression were caused by, “Money, Power and Wall Street”, search and read Frontline Money,Power and Wall Street.
    READ one of the article below from that 4 hr show.

    • Cindy Piper-Salyer July 7, 2012 at 13:04 #

      How are we moving in the right direction? Getting more people on public assistance, is that moving in the right direction? Un-employment is at an all time high…is that moving in the right direction? If you are moving toward socialism, then yeah, we’re moving in the right direction!

    • Harold Priest July 8, 2012 at 14:36 #

      If you think turning the United States of America into a communist, no freedom, no Constitution, country by Obama is moving in the right direction, you must be brain dead.

  3. Cindy Piper-Salyer July 7, 2012 at 13:02 #

    I find it quite funny that at Obama’s rallies in Poland, Oh., and Maumee Oh, there were alot of African Americans in attendence……funny because these towns both have less than a 1% african american population…..I smell some bus-rats….

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