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President Obama brushed off the controversy over Hillary Clinton's wealth, saying in an interview aired Sunday that he doesn't think her comments about it are going to have much impact politically. 

"Over time, I don't think it's going to make a big difference," Obama said, in an interview aired on ABC's "This Week." 

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Despite Democrats hammering Mitt Romney over his personal fortune during the 2012 presidential campaign, top Democrats have defended Hillary Clinton as the potential 2016 presidential candidate's wealth emerges as an issue.

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The television show "Modern Family" is a huge hit. In fact, it was just named the most-watched TV comedy series in the world at the 54th Monte-Carlo TV Festival. 

Both Gov. Mitt Romney and President Obama in the 2012 campaign said they enjoyed watching it. 

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So, recently, I took time to watch a couple of episodes. Although Hollywood can be counted on for clever lines and a cool “gay” couple, the part of the show that bothered me was the character portraying the dad in the traditional, intact family.

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Louisiana's Indian-American governor Bobby Jindal referred to himself as an "evangelical Catholic" while addressing Christian conservatives and shared his story of conversion from Hinduism, a move seen by many as an effort to garner support for a presidency bid in 2016.Jindal, seen as one of the prospective Republican candidate for 2016's presidential run, covered everything from his Catholic conversion as a teenager to high-profile battles over birth control at a commencement speech at Liberty University, the conservative Christian college in Lynchburg, Virginia.

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  • bobby-jindalRNA Research & Archives

Louisiana's Indian-American governor Bobby Jindal referred to himself as an "evangelical Catholic" while addressing Christian conservatives and shared his story of conversion from Hinduism, a move seen by many as an effort to garner support for a presidency bid in 2016.Jindal, seen as one of the prospective Republican candidate for 2016's presidential run, covered everything from his Catholic conversion as a teenager to high-profile battles over birth control at a commencement speech at Liberty University, the conservative Christian college in Lynchburg, Virginia.

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romney-etch-a-sketch1Is Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal a born-again tax-the-rich candidate for U.S. President?

 

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Bobby Jindal wins Turkey of the Year Award
Friday, 23 November 2012 12:15

bobby-romney-et-tu2Turkey:  a person of little appeal; dud; loser; a flop 

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   ROMNEY-JINDAL-2012-2  At one of several fundraisers in Louisiana for Mitt Romney, the presidential candidate, being a wild and crazy guy, had a little fun with Gov. Bobby Jindal.

 

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liberalPerhaps more interesting than the things he actually says is the reaction of both the national and state media to the concept of Gov. Bobby Jindal as a politician of national concern.

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Right-wing-mediaMitt Romney took the stage Tuesday night to concede that he had lost his race for president. 

 

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Mitt Romney or GOP: Who should get the Blame?
Thursday, 08 November 2012 11:54

Romney-GOP-collageBy Ron Faucheux

It would be easy for Republicans to blame party losses on Mitt Romney. Easy, perhaps, but not accurate.

 

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