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The Broken Promise That Can Beat Obama

BrotherWinstonSmith Wrote: Apr 04, 2012 9:47 PM
AWESOME!!!!!!!!! Leftist Establishment republican Medved SQUIRMS AND HISSES trying to explain away his FAKE-CONSERVATIVE socialism!!!!!!!!
Ronald484 Wrote: Apr 04, 2012 10:05 PM
Yes, that fake interviewer obviously wanted certain answers, and supplied his own when Medved did not accomodate him. Almost as obnoxious as Winnie himself

Not nearly the amount of squirming, hissing, nervous giggling and obfuscation as Ron Paul has done when asked about such things as his racist newsletters, his unconstitutional earmarked spending proposals, his isolationist foriegn policy, or his reasons for wanting drugs legalized. Now there you really see some squirming.
BrotherWinstonSmith Wrote: Apr 04, 2012 11:40 PM
Wow. FAKE-conservative Medved is so WILDLY OFF CONSTITUTIONAL TRACK... even a creepy, creepy, Alinskyite stalker (who has to FORCE human interaction by sliming comments) CANNOT defend it. It doesn't even attempt a defense. It has instead, redirected the issue elsewhere, as always... actually, ironically to a common enemy of Medved... Ron Paul and his Constitutional liberty. And it has also continued the deceptive inversion of Paul's noninterventionist foreign policy and the Bush/Obama/Romney/Santorum/Gingrich isolationist foreign policy of welfare/warfare. One that has lasted a decade, isolated treasure and credit from the nation's wallet and isolated thousands of souls from their body.

Editor's note: A version of this column appeared originally in THE DAILY BEAST.

In the last 100 years, every U.S. president who lost his bid for a second term did so because he abandoned his principal promise to the American people. If Republicans can persuade the public that Barack Obama similarly shattered the pledge at the very core of his presidency, they will succeed in denying him the new lease on the White House he insists he deserves.

Four elected chief executives in this century failed in their reelection campaigns—and each of them flopped by landslide margins. For William Howard...