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Obama Goes Nixonian

Sowell Disciple Wrote: Apr 29, 2012 1:03 PM
Romney's restraint is correct at this point. Later in the campaign he can have proxies doing the dirty work while he stays above the fray. Also, it is much better to raise character issues during the debates, when Obama has to be at least somewhat spontaneous, which we all know is "above his pay grade".

When did "hope and change" get traded in for "brass knuckles?"

According to some--the same day President Obama was sworn in as the leader of the free world. This correspondent has difficulty disagreeing with that conclusion.

This past week, the presumptive GOP nominee, Governor Mitt Romney, kept getting his hand slapped by syndicated media maven Michelle Malkin. 

Her continual beef with Governor Romney? "Stop saying President Obama's a nice guy."

At the time I believed that Gov. Romney's attempt to stay above the normal pettiness of the election snark was well intended. I defended the strategy...