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  • "The site was not hacked. These are user-generated sites for supporters - we monitor them for inappropriate content, but aren't able to catch everything right away," said Ben LaBolt, spokesman for Obama's 2012 re-election campaign.

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  • "Governor Perry and Governor Romney's tax plans are guided by the same principle: They would shift a greater share of taxes away from large corporations and the wealthiest onto the backs of the middle class," Obama campaign spokesman Ben LaBolt said Tuesday afternoon. "The belief that middle-class Americans will benefit if we just give another special break to those at the top was long ago discredited."

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