Skip to comments.Romney Leads Chants of 'Four More Weeks' at Ohio Rally
Posted on 10/09/2012 8:55:30 PM PDT by Free ThinkerNY
(CUYAHOGA FALLS, Ohio) Mitt Romney unveiled a new rallying cry Tuesday, getting a crowd of thousands in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, to begin chanting, Four more weeks.
The candidate is hoping to garner the support from crucial Ohio voters ahead of next months election.
Ive been watching some of President Obamas rallies and they chant four more years, four more years, said Romney. And today there are 28 days before the election. I think the right chant ought to be for them, Four more weeks, Four more weeks!
I know theres greater and greater interest in this campaign across the country, said Romney, The fact that, I dont know, 10,000 people or more are here this evening is a testament to how much people care about this election. I know people are focusing on how the countrys going to be led going forward and I think thats in part because people are facing some tough times.
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Four more weeks until Morning in America again.
Can you tell me?
The majority of Obama voters don’t know how to read so I doubt they would know how to even find Seseme Street
4 more Years !!
But, but, but, that’s their official Obama 2012 Campaign song, how can they not know ?
Correction : sorry for the typos : “ Big Bird must be a plant, a GOP covert plan.
I was about ready to ping the biking kitties on ya. :P
Viking I meant Viking doh! :)
do they wear colors?
Yes and a Free Republic rocker :D
I’m one of those who likes to vote on election day. I think I’m going to try something different on November 6th. Instead of driving the two miles to the polling place, I’m going to put on my running clothes and run to the polls.
Those of us of Danish heritage resent your racist implication.
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