In 2008, a perfect storm developed for Barack Obama: an economic crisis, which was effectively, though unfairly, blamed on Republicans; war fatigue, which had been stoked by six years of Democratic anti-Bush propaganda; a messianic illusion personified in Obama, who was promising incomprehensibly wonderful yet undefined change and utopian-level bipartisanship; and a Republican opponent who all but forfeited the election to Obama...
"Government grows in size and power as the individual shrinks into dependency." -Charles Krauthammer Obama and conservatives are both likely to agree with this statement. Obama thinks it's a positive statement; conservatives think it's a negative indictment. If you want government to grow, vote for Obama. If you think government spends too much, vote against Obama (that would be a vote for Republicans). Tuesday will tell us whether or not a majority of Americans want to be dependent on government. (I think a majority oppose Obama-style spending, and I think it's a substantial majority - I concur with Mr. Limbaugh's confidence)
I want to give you an updated list of reasons I believe that Mitt Romney will win the election Tuesday. So much information, so much confusion, so much uncertainty. But I don't think it's so complex as it seems.
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