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President Obama did a good job but Romney had everyone in stitches at Thursday’s Al Smith Dinner. While self depricating he also landed some good jabs at Obama and the press.
Romney did an outstanding job in the debate tonight. He had an incredible command of the issues and facts, was confident, and engaging. On the contrary, Obama was largely incoherent, rambling, and didn’t make a single point – strong or otherwise. This will be a game changer.
And how did the left perceive it? Just check out Bill Maher’s tweets during the debate. Ouch!
As the economy continues to stumble and with no story of success to tell, the Obama administration conjures up new straw men arguments to excuse his failings and blames business for not creating jobs.
He has portrayed Mitt Romney, the former head of private equity firm Bain Capital, as the personification of all that is evil about capitalism. In Obama’s zero sum economy, wealth is something to be redistributed to provide economic balance for those whose labor has been exploited and as payback to a society which has provided the means for this success. He has denigrated the creators, the entrepreneurs themselves saying, “If you’ve got a business — you didn’t build that”. Continue reading
Wake School Board Votes to Scrap Parental Choice and Return to Politicians’ Choice
Now they want to see your tax returns!!!
Last fall, Democrats said they wouldn’t do it. We said they would. They lied.
In the wee hours of Wednesday morning, they voted on a straight party line vote, to turn the clock back to the days of school busing, to scrap Superintendent Tony Tata’s carefully planned bipartisan assignment policy based on parental choice, and return to the days when the Board and its bureaucracy make all the choices about what schools the children of Wake County will attend.
This would be one thing if, during the 2011 election campaign, Democrat candidates had been willing to tell the voters that was what they intended to do. But they didn’t. Instead, they ran on issues that had nothing whatsoever to do with education. Ask yourself, what do you remember from that campaign? What mail came to your house?
Click here to read the full article from the Wake County Republican Party Elephant Express
I saw the comments below from a top commenter on Powerline summing up the differences between Fast and Furious and Watergate. I think he got it right. Check out the full post – http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2012/06/the-politics-of-fast-and-furious-part-two.php.