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Never Forget
  30 Oct 2012     10:49 pm      Michael Fell

When compared to 2008, Barack Obama’s early vote advantage has dropped by 22 points.  That is according to Gallup, one of if not the most respected American poll.
In this year’s early voting Mitt Romney leads Obama by seven points, 52-45 percent.  Four years ago, Obama led John McCain among early voters by fifteen-points, 55-40 percent.
The latest National Public Radio poll registered an 8 point swing in favor of Romney that puts him in front.  The NPR poll, which showed Obama ahead of Romney 51- 44 percent a month ago, now …

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Romney Gains, Obama Faithful Throw Fits
  29 Oct 2012     8:26 pm      Michael Fell

The Battleground Poll, a bipartisan poll taken last week, in addition to showing that Mitt Romney has a 52 percent to 45 percent advantage among middle class voters, is projecting Romney will defeat Barack Obama by a 52 percent to 47 percent margin.
Pollster Ed Goeas said that while a strong voter turnout effort might help Obama close the gap “reports from the field would indicate that not to be the case and Mitt Romney may well be heading to a decisive victory.”
Romney now has a majority favorable rating of 52 …

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Obama’s Reelection Will Ensure Complete U.S. Economic Collapse
  29 Oct 2012     1:53 pm      Rachel Alexander

This coming presidential election will determine whether the U.S. ends up in another Great Depression or pulls out of the economic slump. There are numerous signs indicating that the country is headed for economic Armageddon under Obama. Some analysts are predicting the crash could come as soon as next year. Obama is following the failed policies of President Herbert Hoover which led to the Great Depression.

Conservative commentator Rush Limbaugh says the U.S. is on an unsustainable course; there isn’t enough money from taxes to pay everyone lifetime healthcare, lifetime pensions, …

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Politico Offers 5 Political Questions Surrounding Hurricane Sandy
  29 Oct 2012     8:20 am      William Teach

As we head into the last week of the 2012 election season, these are a few interesting questions. The answer are more interesting
(Politico) 1) Will Mitt Romney’s momentum be stopped?
It’s hard to see how the storm helps. The Republican nominee has more than closed the gap with the incumbent over the final weeks of the campaign, taking a slim lead in most national polls. But his national boost hasn’t been mirrored in two pivotal states: Ohio and Virginia. Already Romney had to scrap a full day’s worth of events in …

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America Deserves Better
  27 Oct 2012     12:15 pm      Michael Fell

The U.S. economy grew at a 2 percent annual rate in the third quarter.  The slight improvement was the result of more consumer and federal government spending.  Consumer spending improved from a 1.5 percent rate to 2 percent annual rate.
And federal spending surged.
Despite the modest increase, economic growth remains too weak to advance hiring.
This report is the last before Americans vote for president eleven days from now.
http://tinyurl.com/9vve7n2
Mitt Romney has consistently criticized Barack Obama’s economic record, correctly noting that the pace of growth has slowed over the past two years.  This …

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Romney Surges
  25 Oct 2012     9:27 pm      Michael Fell

With less than two weeks to go before Election Day, Mitt Romney has eliminated the 16 point advantage Barack Obama once enjoyed among women.  Last month, women preferred Obama over Romney 56% to 40% on the economy. Now, the difference is 49% for Romney and 45% for Obama.  Where understanding people’s problems is concerned, Obama’s lead among women has shrunk from 58%-36% to a 50%-43%.
The polls consistently show a real surge to Romney, away from Obama:
Rasmussen: Mitt Romney 50% nationwide, Obama 47%.
Gallup: Romney 50%, Obama 47%.
ABC News/Washington Post: 49% Romney, …

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Obama’s Lead Amongst Women Erased By Romney
  25 Oct 2012     7:53 am      William Teach

An interesting poll from the AP, in which women are apparently not impressed with the negative small ball campaign of Obama’s, nor his believing that women only care about their #LadyParts
(WRAL) Less than two weeks out from Election Day, Republican Mitt Romney has erased President Barack Obama’s 16-point advantage among women, a new Associated Press-GfK poll shows. And the president, in turn, has largely eliminated Romney’s edge among men.
Those churning gender dynamics leave the presidential race still a virtual dead heat, with Romney favored by 47 percent of likely voters …

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Game Over
  24 Oct 2012     10:57 am      Michael Fell

Mitt Romney and Barack Obama argued foreign policy in the final 2012 presidential debate in Boca Raton Fl.  Romney looked like a solid, strong American Commander in Chief, while Obama resembled an ageing hippie college professor wannabe enraged at having his beliefs successfully debunked in public.
Obama insulted Romney, speaking to him in patronizing fashion while mocking his stance on defense cuts: “I think Governor Romney maybe hasn’t spent enough time looking at how our military works. You mentioned the navy, for example, and that we have fewer ships than we …

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Debate #3: Bayonets, Horses, And Jihadis
  23 Oct 2012     9:24 am      William Teach

I’m not going to write a whole lot about the debate, since I only saw a few snippets, being at a friends house watching the Bears-Lions game, and John Hawkins does a good job of breaking it all down. Two interesting ones I did hear (while walking in the kitchen for a beer or food, friends wife, a big Obama supporter, was watching it). Here’s the first
(Daily Caller) In a debate exchange Monday night that set Twitter on fire, President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney crossed swords over …

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From Russia-With Love
  23 Oct 2012     2:12 am      Michael Fell

Have you ever wondered where MSNBC, NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN, The New York Times, Newsweek, Time Magazine et al get their talking points?
It is difficult to determine if Chris Matthews is America’s answer to Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey or Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey is Russia’s answer to Chris Matthews.
Pravda.ru, Russia’s online neo-KGB government controlled news site, sounds troublingly like what can be found online at Yahoo News, MoveOn.org the Daily Kos or Media Matters.
Or is it the other way around?
Consider some excerpts from Bancroft-Hinchey’s piece on the upcoming U.S. presidential election.  Quite presumably referring …

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5 Things To Watch For In Final Debate, For Those Who Aren’t Watching Football
  22 Oct 2012     7:10 am      William Teach

First of all, I’d love to know which fools decided scheduling the final debate on a Monday night against football was a bright idea. Unless Mitt gets some serious knockout blows, the Credentialed Media will be allowed to spin the debate as either a draw or an Obama win, since the viewership will certainly be lower than the previous two.
Anyhow
(USA Today) Obama touts his record. Expect to hear the president talk about winding down wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the multinational operation that toppled Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi. And …

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Mitt: “The Obama campaign has become the incredible shrinking campaign”
  20 Oct 2012     8:48 am      William Teach

Who would’ve thought it?
(Politico) Mitt Romney accused President Barack Obama of pettiness and desperation at a night-time rally that drew thousands to Daytona Beach Friday.
The Republican presidential nominee said that Obama’s “has become the incredible shrinking campaign” at the end of a day that saw his Democratic opponent embrace the term “Romnesia” and recent attacks over Romney’s off-the-cuff debate remarks on “Big Bird” and “binders full of women.”
“Well, have you been watching the Obama campaign lately?” Romney asked as crowd booed. “They have no agenda for the future, no agenda …

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Debate Highlights “progressive” Way
  17 Oct 2012     10:39 pm      Michael Fell

Obama lied about his response to the Libyan attack.  The day following the 9/11 anniversary terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, he did not state from the White House rose garden that it was a terrorist attack.
He blamed it on an unknown video.
As did White House press secretary Jay Carney and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton; which was followed by UN ambassador Susan Rice repeating the same lame excuse five times in one day on the Sunday morning television political talk show circuit.  This was done again by …

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Debate Moderator Crowley Lies About Obama’s Benghazi/Terrorism Lies
  17 Oct 2012     11:53 am      Warner Todd Huston

CNN’s Candy Crowley, the so-called moderator of the second presidential debate for the 2012 elections, misled 60 million viewing Americans in the debate when she wrongfully sided with Obama against Mitt Romney when Romney maintained that Obama refused to call the attacks on our Libyan embassy an act of terror in his Rose Garden address on the incident the day after it occurred.

During the section on Obama’s abject failures on foreign policy, Romney was making the point that Obama took many days before he finally started calling the attacks on …

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Warmists Upset Climate Change (Hoax) Ignored Yet Again During Debate
  17 Oct 2012     10:24 am      William Teach

Sorry, Warmists, there was already enough of one fake issue, the War On Wymen, didn’t have time for another. Here’s an outraged Soros funded Climate Progress
Those concerned about climate change were sorely disappointed during Tuesday night’s town hall-style debate when both the candidates and the moderator — CNN’s Candy Crowley — failed to address the issue of climate change, even during a lengthy and heated exchange about energy issues.
“I had that question for all of you climate change people,” said Crowley in the post-debate coverage. “We just, you know, again, …

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Debate 2: Obama Edges Out Romney Slightly, But Not On Economy
  17 Oct 2012     9:25 am      William Teach

For those who watched, it was a lively debate. Interestingly, I listened to the first 45 minutes on the radio, and it was the reverse of the previous. The first debate, which I listened to mostly on the radio, Obama sounded very good. But, it was seeing him on TV that killed him. This time, he sounded angry and petulant on the radio, but seeing him on TV the “tone” appeared as more fired up and engaged, if I’m going to be honest in assessing the performance of the Worst …

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5 Things To Watch During Tonight’s Debate
  16 Oct 2012     8:28 am      William Teach

The AP helpfully provides what to watch for
1. A REBOUND? After taking a drubbing in the first debate, Obama’s under big pressure to step up his game Tuesday night. He’ll try to show energy and passion. And look for him to challenge Romney’s claims more often. Obama’s comfortable taking audience questions at campaign events, and that should work in his favor at this “town hall” style debate.
“Comfortable taking audience questions”? Well, partly, because he knows that the audience isn’t going to rebut him, and it allows him to pontificate. On …

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Crowley: Biased Bad Joke
  15 Oct 2012     3:42 pm      Michael Fell

For the pending second presidential debate, the format agreement says that after each question from the audience and a two-minute response by each candidate, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are expected to have an additional discussion facilitated by the moderator.  This year the Hofstra University town hall debate moderator will be Candy Crowley of CNN.   The language of the debate-format agreement means that Crowley’s participation is to be limited.
As the document states: “In managing the two-minute comment periods, the moderator will not rephrase the question or open a new topic …

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National Journal Gets Romney Cap Gains Cut Wrong
  14 Oct 2012     8:14 pm      Warner Todd Huston

On October 10, the National Journal slammed Mitt Romney for “favoring the wealthy” with his capital gains tax cut plan. The plan, NJ claims, won’t help middle-income Americans because they “don’t have investment income.” But, apparently Nat’l Journal didn’t bother to look at Romney’s actual plan because their assessment is simply wrong.

Reporting on a Romney rally in Ohio, Nat’l Journal claimed that Romney’s tax plan is one-sided.

But Romney’s proposal as he described it — eliminating tax on interest, dividends, and capital gains — would largely help those living on investment …

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American Success or European Failure
  9 Oct 2012     3:19 pm      Michael Fell

The most recent Washington Times/Zogby poll shows voters now favor GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney over Barack Obama on two key issues: the economy and national security.
Obama had been leading prior to the October 3rd debate.  The results of that debate changed a lot of minds.  On national security, Romney is now preferred 48 percent to 45 percent, while on jobs and the economy, Romney now enjoys a 50 percent to 44 percent advantage.
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/oct/8/obama-loses-lead-key-voter-issues/
This major swing in popular support is reinforced by the latest Rasmussen poll, which shows Romney now …

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