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Romney Courts Black Voters With NAACP Speech

Hoping to win votes among a demographic that supported Barack Obama by a margin of 19-to-1 in the last election, GOP candidate Mitt Romney today addressed the NAACP’s annual convention, an event Obama decided to skip this year. What do you think?

  • “Say what you will, but I thought his rap about trickle-down economics went over about as well as it could.”

    Ali Jennings-Fong
    Geriatric Care Assistant
  • “We sure have come a long way from the time when black people weren’t even allowed to be pandered to.”

    Justin Kelly
    Architect
  • “I bet Obama’s just worried his speech wouldn’t go over as well.”

    Reba Buckley
    Systems Analyst
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