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A dangerous precedent

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Romney-Ryan [url]

Why would President Obama destroy one of the most successful programs in American history?

When he waived the welfare work requirement in July, he effectively gutted bipartisan reform as we know it.

It's a dangerous policy precedent, and even one of the most respected newspapers in America called it "nuts."

Destroying a successful program only to adopt a policy of dependence is no way to get America back on track.

The Romney Plan for a Stronger Middle Class will put work back in welfare. That's why your support is critical. Watch this video and donate today.

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Donate today to help Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, and the Republican team win in November.

Gail Gitcho Communications Director Romney for President, Inc.

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Subject: A dangerous precedent

From: Gail Gitcho [mailto:info@mittromney.com]

Sent: Sept. 5, 2012, 10:10 a.m.


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Romney-Ryan [url]

Why would President Obama destroy one of the most successful programs in American history?

When he waived the welfare work requirement in July, he effectively gutted bipartisan reform as we know it.

It's a dangerous policy precedent, and even one of the most respected newspapers in America called it "nuts."

Destroying a successful program only to adopt a policy of dependence is no way to get America back on track.

The Romney Plan for a Stronger Middle Class will put work back in welfare. That's why your support is critical. Watch this video and donate today.

Youtube1

Donate today to help Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, and the Republican team win in November.

Gail Gitcho Communications Director Romney for President, Inc.

[url] Victory_Disclaimer