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(   Hollyweird hipsters prevent Romney campaign from using their song, but American rock royalty Lynyrd Skynyrd swoops in and offers "Sweet Home Alabama" instead because they "still believe in the trickle-down effect"   ( ) divider line
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2012-08-18 03:24:08 PM  

One Big Ass Mistake America: [ image 850x853]

And Obama's father never claimed that his support for the Vietnam War had been due to a "brainwashing" by U.S. military and diplomatic officials in Vietnam...

2012-08-19 11:01:15 PM  
The real Lynyrd Skynyrd died in 1977.
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