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Topic - Meat Loaf
Stumping in the state that both campaigns see as critical to the 2012 vote, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney vowed Thursday that he and Rep. Paul Ryan, his running mate, will bring the kind of "big change" to Washington that President Obama promised in 2008 but has failed to deliver over the course of his first term in office.
Meat Loaf has never been known for his subtlety. On his 12th album, the rock 'n' roll veteran continues to swing for the fences, piling bombastic arrangements and dramatic, chest-beating vocals onto every track.
Meat Loaf said it was the first time in his life he had endorsed a candidate, and ridiculed Mr. Obama for thinking the Cold War is over — warning that the Democrat "needs to understand" Russia and its President Vladimir Putin.
As Meat Loaf once said, "Two out of three ain't bad."