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    “Wag the Dog”

    “Wag the Dog”

    If it were Bush or Clinton, you know we would be hearing about Wag the Dog:

    1. How Obama turned on a dime toward war: “At the start of this week, the consensus around Washington was that military action against Libya was not in the cards. However, in the last several days, the White House completely altered its stance and successfully pushed for the authorization for military intervention against Libyan leader Col. Muammar al-Qaddafi. What changed?”
    2. CBO Sees Trillions More In Red Ink Under Obama’s Budget: “Today the Congressional Budget Office released its Preliminary Analysis of the President’s Budget for 2012. The CBO finds that Obama’s budget incorporates unduly optimistic economic assumptions and assumes that certain money will materialize for no apparent reason. Consequently, the CBO concludes that Obama’s budget underestimates the total deficits over the next ten years by $2.3 trillion.

    But don’t go there now, or else.

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    Comments


    @laurie – proof positive that the troll APB put out by Media Matters is in full swing. You are just too darned effective and RIGHT (in so many ways!) Professor. More kudos!

    @Christine – I am in 100% agreement. The time between now and Nov. 2012 is crucial; it's the time for us to get our Conservative act together, and be ready to counter the certain Alinsky attacks of the left, which will come in all areas, from all directions.

    Whoever the Republicans choose – RINO or not – must win. Anyone is better than "President Present" or as you say, @Christine, "Socialist in Chief." Perfect monikers.


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