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Aussies 4 Obama give the Australian perspective on why the U.S. should re-elect Obama

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A group of politically active Australians have declared their support for the re-election of President Obama.

(PRWEB) October 29, 2012

A group of politically active Australians have declared their support for the re-election of President Obama.
Spokesman for the group, Joe Wigg said that President Obama has done a commendable job of promoting American interests in the world without resorting to the ‘bull in the china shop' approach of the last U.S. President.
“President Obama inherited two ugly wars that are collapsing the economy from George W. Bush,” Joe Wigg said “and four years later the Iraq war is over, the Taliban has been largely de-fanged in Afghanistan, and the U.S. economy is slowly building up to steam.”
“Here in Australia we have trouble understanding why the people of America could even think of electing a rich person with a history of tax avoidance. Do Romney supporters think he will remove the tax breaks from the rich and give them to the poor people who really need them?
“Mit Romney has also promised to increase U.S. military spending which means more international destabilisation, more homelessness, more needy, and less respect from a world sick and tired of arrogant U.S. militarism.
“Our group of Aussies has made a comedy skit outlining why we think U.S. citizens should re-elect President Obama. We invite all Americans to watch our skit at http://www.youtube.com/Aussies4Obama. We also invite U.S. citizens to read our website aussies4obama.com to try to understand the difference between a truly democratic society, and one controlled by its richest citizens.
“Ghandi once said ‘the truest measure of a society was how it treated its neediest citizens'.
“In this respect we think America can do far better; and President Obama is the right man for the job.”

Contact: Joe Wigg
Website: aussies4obama.com
Comedy skit: http://www.youtube.com/Aussies4Obama

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2012/10/prweb10065715.htm

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