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A More Aggressive Obama Still Won't Make the Grade

restoreliberty Wrote: Oct 16, 2012 3:09 PM
Obama can't possibly win because he doesn't know what policies he signed into law or what is contained in those policies. They weren't his policies they were all the work of others, the long time institutional left; furthermore, he can't stop watching celebrities, sport's stars, and himself in the mirror long enough to actually craft and propose policy. The only thing he can do is stand up there and issue class warfare statements, slogans, and empty promises that are an echo of the failed policies his puppet masters have had him pursue. He has no plans for the next four years and no one seems very interested in pinning him down on that fact, so I hope Romney asks him straight out what his plans are besides taxing the rich which will not
restoreliberty Wrote: Oct 16, 2012 3:11 PM
create a single job. He has not named a single goal or policy other than taxing people more to advance the socialist agenda, he knows that without massively higher taxes his socialist ObamaTaxCare will crumble. He has zero solutions to 1.3% GDP and 23-25 million people out of work or underemployed.

As he prepares for the second debate, Obama faces a major dilemma:

how to be more aggressive without jeopardizing his alleged likability, the main thing he supposedly has going for him with voters.

The Barack Obama the public usually sees is not the real Barack Obama. The former is a carefully manufactured media image designed to appear eminently reasonable, highly engaged, ultra-caring, inordinately intelligent and as one who transcends the pettiness that plagues so many politicians. The real Obama is none of those things.

These things wouldn't matter as much if the liberal media hadn't insulated Obama from scrutiny and covered...