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Did Obama Benefit from Competent GOP Governors' Policies on Election Day?

rigby4 Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 9:54 AM
Yes but the media allowed Obama to take credit for it.
renny4 Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 2:48 PM
The media was just an undeclared arm of the Dem. Party for the last four years.

Today, the NY Times declared o won because his admin. has never had a scandal--and he never has had one if you ignore Fast and Furious (Murdergate I), death of the Libyan ambassador (Murdergate II), the coming layoffs of military contractor layoffs (Unemployment XXV), and plans to meet with Hamas, Hezbollah, the Muslim Brotherhood, and the Talibah (foriegn policy MDM). Yadda.

Hear no evil (except about the right), see no evil (except of the right), and speak no evil (applied to the entire lefty est.) produces NO NEWS ANYONE CAN TRUST AT ANY TIME.

Here's something I've been trying to figure out since Obama's re-election on Tuesday, and which I included in my column in Townhall Magazine's December issue (so consider this a sneak peek!): Everyone kept saying the economy was the main issue; and the exit polls agreed. How did residents of swing states feel comfortable enough economically to think four more years of the same would help?

Of the “toss up” states in this election, Ohio, Virginia, Wisconsin, Iowa, Nevada and Florida all elected GOP governors post-2008, and several have GOP senators. In fact, only two toss-up states in 2012 had...