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Ego-in-Chief: Obama Initially Thought He'd Won the Denver Debate

amackley Wrote: Oct 10, 2012 3:06 PM
And did any other businesses have the ability to negotiate to receive the same grants? As for DeKalb residents, how much revenue do you think Steel Dynamics brought into their community? How many jobs were produced in DeKalb County? How much taxes do you think those employees paid? And for how long will that business be in DeKalb County? nodeamass, you have no idea how the economy works, how business and working people spread the wealth by earning, paying taxes, buying cars, tv sets, food, and every other daily necessity. How each of those employed people add to the donations in churches and other civic groups. Find one person working in DeKalb County Indiana who is complaining about having a Steel Dynamics successful business around.

This report from the UK Daily Mail's Tony Harnden is at once astonishing yet not entirely surprising.  Sources close to the Obama campaign were alarmed to discover that President Empty Chair strode off stage a week ago tonight feeling confident that he'd just beaten Mitt Romney in the debate.  At what point does acute arrogance cross some threshold into self-delusion?  Read and marvel:

When President Barack Obama stepped off the stage in Denver last week the 60 million Americans watching the debate against Mitt Romney already...