Democrats and the media -- but I repeat myself -- have been up in arms over Paul Ryan's RNC speech last week, angrily accusing the Republican Vice Presidential nominee of "lying." I've already addressed their principal complaints at some length (there's not much there), but one gripe in particular continues to linger. Ryan, they say, wrongly blamed President Obama for the closure of a GM plant in Janesville, Wisconsin because the factory in question shut down under President Bush. These contentions fail on several levels. First and foremost, Ryan didn't attribute the plant's failure to Obama. Here's what he...
Dethroning an incumbent president is nearly impossible, especially one that has been so wildly popular for the last four years (despite whether or not many of his former supporters don't like what he has done in office). I hate to say this but I think we're going to have to get used to this guy until 2016 (if we make it that far). Anybody think that Romney REALLY has a chance?
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