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Published: Tuesday, Oct. 30 2012 9:46 a.m. MDT

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JWB
Kaysville, UT

I don't think that Mitt Romney would hope for a hole in President Obama's coverage of the Sandy weather event. Governor Romney was out doing his best to help motivate people to give to charities and was doing something about it with his workers, preparing supplies for the hard hit areas.

He has shown his leadership abilities all through the Primary and now General Election campaign.

With the cleanup activities scheduled for the next several days to weeks, the states and local communities will be hard at work while the campaigning for all Representatives and 1/3 of the Senators in Congress will be out with many local and state leaders, campaigning. The undecideds, if there any real undecideds at this point, will still vote and press the right button, not the left one.

The Sandy Storm has passing but the Benghazi Storm still hasn't passed. The President wished it had passed but more and more people will question it, even Democrats as Senators, Representatives are being elected and they won't want people to think they are part of the Obama Administration that won't answer the mail on Benghazi. Benghazi doesn't get much rain.

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