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President Obama's Closing Act: An Epic Collapse

TonyRaskoon Wrote: Oct 20, 2012 12:05 PM
The Al Smith dinner revealed something else about Romney that at least to me is very important: he has a very good sense of humor. He came across as a good guy that doesn't take himself too seriously. Compared to the finger-pointing scold on the other side, he looks like an attractive choice.
Account closed Wrote: Oct 20, 2012 12:56 PM
I like the way he dresses around the house. What an inspiration that will be to the poor. No more free cell phones, but one free tuxedo a year?
hoosierheart Wrote: Oct 20, 2012 2:16 PM
There's no such thing as a free lunch OR a free cell phone. They are paid for by taxpayers, not by the government, and this is a fact which needs to be pounded into the thick skulls of many people. The government does not have any money that doesn't either come from taxpayers, borrowed from other countries, or printed (which makes our dollars less valuable). Those so-called free cell phones are a gimmick and a rather unscrupulous method to get votes for this administration from people willing to sell their vote for a freebie and are paid for by many taxpayers who are absolutely appalled by the actions and policies of this corrupt administration!
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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