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President Obama's Closing Act: An Epic Collapse

Rondoman Wrote: Oct 20, 2012 5:57 PM
I agree 100%. The horror stories of innocent civilians being arrested by the FDA and EPA then tried and convicted are really shocking, from the man who was put in prison for selling grain to Russia, with government approval, and then his committing suicide just before the conviction was thrown out, to the legal immigrant from Europe who cleaned up the tire dump on the back of his property, put in top soil to prevent erosion, and was then arrested and sent to prison because there was a dry creek at the end of his property that was not documented, even though the man broke no law.
Chestertonfan Wrote: Oct 20, 2012 6:23 PM
Doesn't that stuff make you ill? Also makes me angry that this incidents don't make it to the national media and certainly don't seem to stick to the "O" administration. These things are like a glimpse into the next four years.
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.)

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