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An Overdue Book

Lighthouse52 Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 12:32 PM
President Obama would do well to listen to and learn from his critics. He would do even better to incorporate some of the best and brightest into a new Cabinet. Such a strategy would make Abraham Lincoln proud!
Doug4749 Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 1:43 PM
What does Zero have to gain by listening to his critics? Reelection? Nope, Respect? Nope. Since he's got nothing to gain, and it doesn't matter anyway (look at the last election results) why be concerned with what the critics think? We (the American Voting Public) have shown conclusively that whatever a Dem does, it doesn't matter (Clinton, and now Zero, got reelected - I rest my case). We're gonna (re)elect a Dem anyway.
Happy Jake Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 12:58 PM
If Barack Obama desired a healthy, functioning America, he might do just that. He doesn't desire that. He desires an America where he and his flunkies are in control. If it makes the economy move along just fine, great. If it makes the economy fail, oh well, what's a few broken eggs when you're trying to make an omlette?
Carl469 Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 5:06 PM
I thought Obama idolized Lincoln. He even arrived in Washington in January 2009 by train from Springfield, Ill., retracing the stops Lincoln took.
Huskie Wrote: Nov 30, 2012 3:01 AM
ooopsie another LIE from obama
he is mentally least clinton knew he was a liar obama is in la la land
If everyone in America had read Stephen Moore's new book, "Who's The Fairest of Them All?", Barack Obama would have lost the election in a landslide.

The point here is not to say, "Where was Stephen Moore when we needed him?" A more apt question might be, "Where was the whole economics profession when we needed them?" Where were the media? For that matter, where were the Republicans?

Since "Who's The Fairest of Them All?" was published in October, there was little chance that it would affect this year's election. But this little gem of a book exposes,...