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    • Jasmine Anthony

      It is very interesting to look at how people portray our president and the things he's compared to............

    • Carolina Torres

      A Republican women's group showed this $10 food stamp portraying the foods that most black people consume. http://www.zimbio.com/Obama+Bucks

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