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13-Year-Old Jenny Gives Report Cards to Obama and Romney

A brave girl. If you want to understand how brave, read the comments at YouTube.

Jenny is a 13-year-old 8th grader who’s been interested in politics for a couple of years. She was confused about the claims of the Democrats and the claims of the Republicans. So, she decided to look at the facts and do a report card for President Barack Obama and one for Governor Mitt Romney. She compared them and now presents her findings in this video.

 

 

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6 Comments

  1. torridjoe's Gravatar torridjoe
    October 24, 2012    

    Ah, the failure of our education system. Yeah, you need help understanding all right, young lady.

  2. Anonymous's Gravatar Anonymous
    October 24, 2012    

    torridjoe, maybe you’d like to comment as to where here knowledge needs updating?

  3. Jeremy's Gravatar Jeremy
    October 29, 2012    

    This is a hoax. It was created by a company called Craftdc.com. Follow her youtube account to the goggle + Link, you’ll see she has two followers. One of those followers works at Craftdc.com and 3 of THAT ladyies followers works at Craftdc.com as well. CraftDC.com is a company that produces attack ad for Republicans. Jenny has not done her homework. She was paid, and this is a script. Follow the FB thread here. http://www.facebook.com/WesternJournalism/posts/548513198507987?comment_id=6725935&notif_t=like

  4. Anonymous's Gravatar Anonymous
    November 3, 2012    

    Clearly a hoax. How convenient she chocolate colored. Many of her facts are re-engineered lies. And unbiased? You’re joking, right?!?

    • admin's Gravatar admin
      November 3, 2012    

      You were dropped on your head as a baby, weren’t you?

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