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Well, we knew it was coming President Obama has launched some reelection ads, and as you might have guessed, he is blaming the other candidates already, diverting attention from his failed leadership. And of course, he's also trying to make it look like it is all about class-warfare, rich versus poor, even though we are all Americans. Yes, it's true that some less-informed folks may join him in this socialist, perhaps even defeatism motif, and maybe they will vote for him, but I would submit to you that most are eventually going to see through these political strategies. Okay so, let's talk, because I'd like you to get a taste of what's already going on out there, and mind you the Obama re-election campaign has merely just started. You see, there was a rather telling ad in the New York Times posted to their website on April 2, 2012 for the next day's edition titled; "Obama Campaign's New Ad Attacks Romney and the Oil Industry," by Jeremy W. Peters, and it also had an attached YouTube video of the advertisement, you know it was the 30-second type of TV commercial, using innuendos, gotcha politics, and just nasty stuff. Well, I went to the YouTube page and watched the video ad and was bemused at the whole thing, I noted that already some 1,055 people had watched it, interesting because it had been up less than an hour in the middle of the night. Wow, I guess I wasn't the only one working late and burning the midnight oil to get some work done? Or maybe I was the only person actually working, but not the only person up at that late hour, but I digress. Anyway, there were over 22-comments and nearly 400 votes. Well, the voting wasn't turned off, so, there were lots of positive votes and negative votes. But you know what, the comments were by approval online. Meanwhile all of the comments for Obama had lots of "likes" by them and no "dislikes" worse, as I looked for the negative comments, there were NONE. Well, sorry folks, but that's just impossible in our currently highly divided society between the left and right side of the political spectrum, and you know it. Now I know, there have been cases where online sellers have hired 1,000s of Chinese to sit in computer rooms "liking" all the products they sell on Amazon, Apple App Store, and online selling directories, and trying to tip the scale to get people to think they are real consumers voting so they can rank higher on the page, but in reality they are just shrills after all [cite: Article in Business Week; "Anarchy in the App Store," by Adam Satariano and Douglas MacMillian, on March 15, 2012]. That's pretty dishonest isn't it? Sure it is, but, it seems Obama's Campaign thinks it is okay to do the same thing, by controlling the negative comments and/or votes on the positive comments - why? In my opinion, it's just as fraudulent if a campaign attempts to cheat public perception as it is if a company hires 1,000s of

people to give 5-star ratings to all of their products online. What's the difference I ask? One is illegal and what scam artists do, but the other is okay, because it is just politics, and it has to do with President Obama's reelection campaign? I am sorry but I am tired of the BS, tired of the misrepresentation, and sick and tired of the blame games, which is what that advertisement happened to be all about in the first place. Thanks for listening, because they blocked my comments on YouTube when I tried to state facts.

Lance Winslow has launched a new provocative series of eBooks on Nasty American Politics. Lance Winslow is a retired Founder of a Nationwide Franchise Chain, and now runs the Online Think Tank;

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