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Mitt Romney for President

Hope and change are still what Americans are seeking. This time, Republican challenger and Michigan native Mitt Romney offers the best hope of changing the nation's fate.

From The Detroit News: http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20121025/OPINION01/210250...



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watch out......with an endorsement like this, the Obama goons and homies will try and burn the newspaper down....



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The Detroit Free Press is the liberal-oriented newspaper and the Detroit News is the conservative-oriented one. So it is not unusual for them to endorse a Pub.
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The Detroit Free Press is the liberal-oriented newspaper and the Detroit News is the conservative-oriented one. So it is not unusual for them to endorse a Pub.
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That's very similar to Chicago. The Sun-Times is the liberal paper, and the Tribune is the other liberal paper.........nevermind.
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The Detroit Free Press is the liberal-oriented newspaper and the Detroit News is the conservative-oriented one. So it is not unusual for them to endorse a Pub.


Detroit still has two newspapers even though it has no people left? Amazing.
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Detroit still has two newspapers even though it has no people left? Amazing.

The city is losing people like mad, but the metro area still has over five million people. It's just that fewer and fewer of them live in Detroit itself. In fact a recent survey found that 40% of the people still in the city plan to leave within the next five years. Most will stay in the metro area though.
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