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Hollywoood Stunner: Darth Vader Upstages Clint Eastwood at GOP Convention, Endorses Romney's "War on the Environment"

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- 1998 days ago -
Former Imperial Fleet Supreme Commander Darth Vader, in his first public appearance in years, today announced his support for Mitt Romney for President.

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Friday August 31, 2012, 10:00 am
One statement out of this whole article really angers me. This is where politicians play politics thinking the public nor the media will catch it.
Romney is to give bigger tax breaks to the major oil companies. Is this Romney's idea, or the agreement Obama signed with BP and Shell? I wish politicians would admit things like this. If elected, it's clear Romney has to take on Obama's sell out to the oil companies.

Maggie S (40)
Friday August 31, 2012, 10:20 am
This time I agree with Allan. Obama has sold us out to Shell and Trans Canada. BP is passe, but, the others are not. AND they are foreign entities who are beling allowed to do whatever they please despite the objections of the peole of this country!!!!!!! Romney's environmental plan will reallly lay waste to the country, and Obama's is weak and will not do much except make concessions to special interests. Neither President, Candidate or Parties are going to stop the energy companies.

Romney's plan is much much worse and much more dangerous. This just stinks! It started with Bush and now they oil companies own our elected officials and, apparantely, this country!

Maggie S (40)
Friday August 31, 2012, 10:21 am
This is a funny, backhanded article, though.

Kathy B (106)
Friday August 31, 2012, 10:30 am
When did Obama change is mind about continuing to give TAX BREAKS to the oil companies?

This article from CNN in March: "Washington (CNN) -- Senate Republicans on Thursday blocked a Democratic measure championed by President Barack Obama to end tax breaks for the major oil companies.

The procedural vote of 51-47, which failed to reach the needed threshold of 60 in favor, killed the measure, which was given little chance of eventually winning approval in the Republican-controlled House. Four Democrats opposed the bill while one Republican supported it."

There were others stating that Obama is in favor of ending tax breaks for oil companies, I just picked one.
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