Hope vs work

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    What puts food on your table? Hope or your hard work?
    What pays your mortgage/rent? Hope or your hard work?
    What puts clothes on you and your children? Hope or your hard work?
    What pays your utility bill? Hope or your hard work?

    The man from Hope = Bill Clinton
    Hope and change = Barack Obama

    Simple slogans swaying simple minds.
     
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    Actually, it’s working Americans who understand which candidate considers their concerns, and which candidate disdains 47 percent of them.
     
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    Care to answer any of the questions?
    Come on, you fancy yerself to be a smart person, take a stab at it.
     
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    The other candidate happens to be fucking over 100% of us.
     
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    I always did admire Obama's marketing/campaign team. Got a good knack of pinning their theme on one word - change and now forward.
     

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