Found January 27, 2013 on 60 Max Power O:
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In an upcoming issue in The New Republic, President Barack Obama says that he isn't so sure he'd let his son play football. ‘‘And I think that those of us who love the sport are going to have to wrestle with the fact that it will probably change gradually to try to reduce some of the violence,’’ Obama said.

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  • Uck Fobama, that POS Pretender-in-Chief. I am so sick of hearing from that lying, inept, Muslim-loving bast*rd, son-of-a-B*tch...I don't give a SH*T what you say or think, you pathetic slime PresiDEBT. I will celebrate the day you are IMPEACHED, which will be VERY soon, you a$$hole. Good riddance, dumba$$....
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