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In this corner at 6’2” 197 lbs, born in Detroit, Michigan in 1947.
Raised in Bloomfield, Michigan. Graduate of BYU in 1971 with a BA
in Arts. Attended Harvard Law School and Harvard Business School,
received a law degree and an MBA in 1975. Founder of Bain
Capital in 1984, ran for the US Senate seat(Massachusetts)
in 1994 (lost). One term Governor of Massachusetts. (elected in 2002).
Management consultant, businessman, protector of the 1%,
dissmissed 47% of the country as freeloaders. Flip-flopper of many,
many issues, has never fully released his tax returns,
claims to be a job creator. Conservative? Moderate? Who knows!?!

Wife to Ann, father of 5 sons, the challenger…
Willard “Mitt, Mittens, Rmoney” Romney.

And in this corner at 6’ 1 ½” 180lbs, born in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1961.
Hails from Chicago, Illinois. Graduate of Columbia University and
the Harvard Law School. Taught constitutional law at the
University of Chicago Law School. Three term State Senator in Illinois from
1997-2004. Elected to the United States Senate in 2004.

Fighter for the poor, the middle class and the unemployed.
Protector of medicare, medicaid ,social security and women’s issues.
Passed healthcare reform ,signed into law the Lily Leadbetter Act
and the Small Business Jobs Act. DADT(gone), made education more
affordable, brought troops home from Iraq, captured and took out
the most wanted man in the world…Osama Bin laden.
Community organizer, former civil rights attorney and book publisher.
(just a few of the many accomplishment during his 4 year Presidency).

Husband to First Lady Michelle Obama, father to Malia, Sasha and pup Bo.
Elected in an historical victory in 2008, the current 44th President of the
United States of America…Barack H. "Bad Boy" Obamaaaa!!!


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