With millions of Americans out of work, unemployment is marching ever higher. Gasoline prices soar, painfully hitting family budgets with every fill-up. As fall approaches, an incumbent President holds a narrow lead, intent on gaining a second term. The key to victory is a relatively small group of undecided voters; a conflicted electorate who respect the President, but recognize his policies have failed to lift the economy out of a recession. Do they give the President a second chance and hope for the best? Or take a risk on a pro-business Governor who talks about economic freedom? While this scenario sounds...
Obama has been bull-bleeping his way up the government service ladder since he realized this was his stairway to economic security. No one had the brains or the stones to question him on his claims--he learned from his first loss to go after his opponents and publish embarrassing information to make them bow out. Then he counted on white guilt and blaming Bush to get him this job. Can't do that anymore--people are waking up--and regardless of polls and MSM backing, the Dems are toast in November.
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