The Weekly Standard missed the “nuance”

From : Obama: ‘I Think We Are Better Off’ Obama last month: ‘Well I don’t think they are better off than they were four years ago.’ 10:11 PM, Nov 1, 2011 • By DANIEL HALPER In the 1980 election, Ronald Reagan encouraged voters to ask themselves, “Are you better off than you were four years …

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If you are going to run for President, you had better not have this in your background

I sure don’t like to see this, but if it’s true, it’s the death knell for the candidacy of Herman Cain: Exclusive: Two women accused Cain of inappropriate behavior By: Jonathan Martin and Maggie Haberman and Anna Palmer and Kenneth P. Vogel October 30, 2011 08:00 PM EDT During Herman Cain’stenure as the head of …

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Pull-Out of Troops From Iraq

This is a totally confusing situation that on its face looks ill conceived. Now before the Lefties go all bonkers and say it was Bush who negotiated this, I KNOW that. But that was three years ago and the world has changed. Iran either has, or is close to nukes now, not then. Egypt was …

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Answer: Mister Vice President

Question: What do you call someone who lies about rape for political gain? Alternate Question: What do you call someone who plagiarizes another man’s words for political gain? Alternate Question: What do you call someone who plagiarizes another’s work while in Law School? (note the fact of his poor grades in Law School and College …

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Is Rick Perry surging again?

As regular readers know, I’m supporting Governor Rick Perry (R-TX) for President. He’s smart, and he’s experienced, and he has led the state with the best economic and job creation record in the nation. He’s an economic conservative who can appeal to the TEA Party faction, and a social conservative who can appeal to the …

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Obama Strikes Fear In Hearts Of … Democrats

Republicans across the nation are learning quite well that one of the best tools in the shed for defeating Democrats is to tie Barack Obama to those Democrats. And Democrats are learning that as well. They are avoiding him like the plague in their election and re-election bids. Tim Kaine, former DNC head, former Virginia …

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Wall Street and the President

Many of our friends on the left seem to think that President Obama is a liberal sell-out to Wall Street, but Wall Street, which contributed heavily to his 2008 campaign, doesn’t like him very much anymore: Why Wall Street Hates Obama The explanation is surprisingly simple. By Annie Lowrey|Posted Monday, Oct. 17, 2011, at 7:07 …

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Obamacare Falling Apart Under its Own Weight

Next we need SCOTUS to call it Unconstituional and we can stick a fork in this turkey, it’s done. Obama pulls plug on part of health overhaul law By RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration Friday pulled the plug on a major program in the president’s signature health overhaul law – …

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