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Blames network's dismal ratings on refusal to expose eligibility scandal

Billionaire businessman Donald Trump smacked CNN today, telling lead political anchor Wolf Blitzer the network would improve its dismal viewer ratings if it would only report the issue of Barack Obama’s eligibility to be president “accurately.”

“Obama does not like the issue of where he was born…” he told Blitzer in the interview. “There’s something that bothers Obama very much. I will tell you: It’s not an issue that he likes talking about, so what he does is use reverse psychology on people like you … He does not like that issue because it’s hitting very close to home. You know it, and he knows it – but you don’t report it accurately.”

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Lou Buren of TWAU BLOG: I admire people like Donald trump who know Obama is a fraud and have the courage to talk about it. And I agree that CNN's ratings are crap because of their refusing to cover Obama's birth issue. CNN is a long time liberal loving, Obama ass-kissing organization. And their ratings are crap mainly because of the fact they are liberal. Good American's can't stand liberals. They are wicked and twisted. KUDOS to you MR. Trump.
Romney clinches GOP nomination with Texas primary win

WASHINGTON – Thanks to Texas, Mitt Romney can finally drop the word “presumptive” from his title.

More than five years after launching his first campaign for the presidency, the former Massachusetts governor on Tuesday night clinched the Republican nomination by winning the largely uncontested Texas primary, the Associated Press projected.

The achievement completes what for Romney has been an arduous process of winning over skeptical conservatives and projecting himself as the party’s most competitive choice for taking on President Obama in the fall.

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Lou Buren of TWAU BLOG: Like I have been saying for months, 2012 must be an anybody but Obama vote if we are going to get America off the path of destruction. Now we know who we must vote for. It doesn't matter if we like Romney or not. We all know he's got issues. He's a flip flopper on occasion. He panders for votes. But even with all his flaws, he's better than Obama. Anyone is better than Obama. And it's not enough to not vote at all, because not voting only helps Obama keep his seat in the white house. We all need to get out there and vote for Romney in November. And get as many others out there to do the same.

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