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November 29th, 2012
05:19 PM ET

President Obama and Romney do lunch...no beef

President Obama and  Mitt Romney set differences aside and lunched at the White House, heavy on poultry & teamwork. CNN's Don Lemon  has the details on what the two had for lunch and what they discussed.

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  1. News World Inside

    how nice to see them work alone? If all the countries work like them, i think then we can build a peaceful world to live.

    December 3, 2012 at 11:36 am |
  2. Mrs. Eileen G. Curras widow to Hernandez (WWII)

    The program to meet President Obama and Romney to do lunch is just for selected people. America still hurt and a 50 year old widow to a WWII Veteran lives in Orlando, Fl. with her Daughter and on September 2012 she was awarded Benefits as a Widow with Disabilities due to the Condition of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) that took her out of S.S.I. that has only served to neglected her Health Care Services. She had an exacerbation of MS in March 2012. The State of Florida denies her Medicaid and the Medically Needed Share Cost Program (M.N.S.C.P) from Florida does not have Urologists since she was diagnosed with Stones on her Kidneys. Dr. Fernando Gonzalez Portillo does not take M.N.S.C. She will get Medicare on 2014 and she only needs to take care of her Health. Florida has not offer a reliable Health Care service. She needs help to establish common sense that not even the National Multiple Sclerosis Society has due to lack of resources on her case. She needs answers not evasive maneuvers. Please help.

    December 29, 2012 at 7:33 pm |

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