CNN's David Gergen says both campaigns are engaging in doublespeak and creating misleading and factually incorrect ads.
I get really tired of politicians acting like everyone on welfare wants to be on it and are handed money for sitting on our butts. I feel I don't get enough help. I chose to attend college to better mine and my childs life, I lost my job due to lay off and haven't been able to find another one so I only get food stamps for my son. I do not recieve anything for myself. I did not choose to be laid off and not be able to find a job. If I quit school they would give me food stamps. What kind of sense does that make.I personally know of people with no children that do not work that get food stamps. They just don't attend school so they qualify for help.
I'm a college educated independent voter that has cast my vote equally for both of our political parties. I have seen the ad (All Day) by unemployed Joe talking how his life was changed after Bain took over the business where he worked. No way did I come away w/the impression that Rommey was responsible for killing Joe's wife! > Sorry .. but Anderson & David are both way out of line on this one!
Bill seemed genuine in his comments & intent in interview w/you! You come off like you're trying to create controversy when it's not there!
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