When the midterm election cycle began, the prevailing opinion was that Barack Obama was cleverer and more inspirational than anyone else on the scene. As it ends, nothing appears to have changed.OH, YES, I know that Democrats have fallen into a peck of trouble and may lose control of Congress.
But even if they do, Obama can still storm back to win a second term in 2012. He is that much better than the competition.In what respects is he enduringly superior? Let’s start with the basics. He is much smarter than his challengers in either party, better able to read the evidence and come to the right conclusions.-snip-Here is where Obama is likely to prevail. With strong Republican support in Congress for challenging Iran‘s ambition to become a nuclear power, he can spend much of 2011 and 2012 orchestrating a showdown with the mullahs. This will help him politically because the opposition party will be urging him on. And as tensions rise and we accelerate preparations for war, the economy will improve.
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To: 2ndDivisionVetJust released today. Watch this:End Of Liberty16 posted on Sunday, October 31, 2010 6:56:06 PM by blam[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies | Report Abuse]
Caption: A man gets on his knees next to a car carrying U.S. President Barack Obama
Reuters via Yahoo ^ | October 31, 2010 | Larry Downing
Posted on Sunday, October 31, 2010 6:24:08 PM by TSgt
Brazil‘s government, behind the facade of open democracy, continues to advance its way as one of the most autoritarian police states in the world.Brazilian population will be forced very soon to have in their cars identification chips RFID, as well as GPS locators and blockers.
Pardon me if this is old news . I’m in Japan and just woke up . Couldn’t finy anything via search .
That’s why I’m feeling a bit sorry for President Obama as we approach a midterm election in which he is poised to be cast off like an old sock. The infatuation with Mr. Obama was overdone in 2008, and so is the rejection of him today.So here’s my message:
Give him a chance.
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This piece is a slightly refined version of the hysterical person below.
Although I’d say the hysterical levels of the two are about the same.
Leave 0bama alone!!!…