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President Obama's Closing Act: An Epic Collapse

ISignFred48 Wrote: Oct 20, 2012 12:40 PM
President Obama's greatest policy failure is his failure to use all of his assets. He positioned himself as champion of the working people against the wealthy who own the companies they work for. This got him elected but now he is trying to govern without the support of most of the successful people. When Romney and Ryan are elected the economy will turn around immediately. Before Thanksgiving, I think.
Account closed Wrote: Oct 20, 2012 1:03 PM
I think you're wrong. He has laid bare the Dem Party. THEY are the party of big business, and he couldn't wait to return the favors to Big Pharma, Big Insurance and Big Banking - remember, they supported him. The result is that the little guy is getting Extrascrewed under his reign.

Meanwhile, the true heart of the Republican Party - middle income earners, small businessmen said "Eat this Oman" and stopped hiring and stopped buying Chevys and other big ticket items.
Account closed Wrote: Oct 20, 2012 1:15 PM
Even as he is losing, he is pushing for this "Fair Wage" law that would be the biggest gift to Trial Lawyers the nation has ever seen. That's big business. And of course, it would decimate employers and employment.
The ongoing collapse of President Obama's campaign may lead to some extraordinary stunts during Monday's last debate, but no matter what he tries, it is very unlikely that the president can reverse the enormous momentum behind Mitt Romney's campaign.

(One data point. Congressman John Campbell, a frequent guest on my radio show, polled his district this week. It is Califronia's 45. John McCain carried it by 4.7 points in 2008. Mitt Romney is almost 20 points ahead in this cycle. Campbell reports that this sort of result is showing up across the country.)

The nation is simply finished with...

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