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It's Important To Understand Why Romney Won

Enrique25 Wrote: Oct 09, 2012 11:06 AM
When Obama called for coverage of pre-existing conditions, Prager says that makes Obama "a man of the left", and says it will end the insurance industry, and organizes his Prager Rational Guard to combat this threat. When Romney calls for the same thing, Prager says Romney "understands how the economy works" and says that he represents conservatism. And unless I missed it, Prager has not mobilized his militia against Romney. Also, when Obama calls for parents coverage on kids up to age 26, Prager says this represents "the left" not wanting to become adults. When Romney calls for coverage "up to WHATEVER AGE THEY MIGHT LIKE", Prager says "vote for Romney!" By the way "whatever age they might like" is direct quote from Romney last month
Understanding why Mitt Romney so decisively won the first presidential debate is as important as the fact that he did. Why? Because once we know the reasons, almost everything about President Barack Obama and this election becomes clear.

First, Obama lost because he, like virtually the entire left, lives in a left-wing bubble.

Left-wing academics live in this bubble. There is no greater uniformity of thought than at our universities; their much-ballyhooed commitment to diversity is about race and ethnicity, not about ideas.

So, too, the great majority of news media people live in the same bubble, the left-wing herd that covers national and...

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