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    Let’s go there

    Let’s go there

    We need to start going there.  Nothing is off limits anymore.

    Via Mediaite:

    “They really don’t want to talk about the economy now, do they?” Eric Bolling asked, before handing it off to Greg Gutfeld, who seemed somewhat amused by the whole thing amusing consider Obama is from Chicago. Chicago. You know, the city “where if every criminal wore an orange jumpsuit, the city would look like a giant bag of Cheetos.”

    Andrea Tantaros called the ordeal “a stretch,” going on to note that “arming Mexican drug cartels” is what sounds like a felony to her. She then took a look at the Obama family tree, citing two relatives who were undocumented in this country. And then there’s Obama himself. Tantaros noted that in Dreams from My Father, Obama “talked about snorting cocaine, which is still criminal behavior. So, um yeah, I’d be careful to throw stones.”

    And of course, when we go there, we need to remind people what a dismal failure Obama has been on jobs and the economy.

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    Valerie | July 14, 2012 at 9:45 am

    Of course go there, but remember that, every time, some of the audience needs to be told why you’re doing so. Here is a perfect example.

    ” in Dreams from My Father, Obama “talked about snorting cocaine, which is still criminal behavior. So, um yeah, I’d be careful to throw stones.” ”

    General citation, point citation, rule, and definite, clear conclusion that does not go beyond the facts, is not overly hostile, and leaves a little something for the reader to think about.


     
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    CalMark | July 14, 2012 at 10:49 am

    Dept. of Small Comfort:

    If (when?) Romney gives this thing away (remember, about this time in 2008, everyone was saying the election was McCain’s to lose…and we all know what happened), that’s probably the end of the Republican Party. Not “as we know it,” but altogether.

    Fat lot of good it’ll do us then.


     
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    jimzinsocal | July 14, 2012 at 1:56 pm

    Im glad Romney went to the media late yesterday for interviews. Maybe he wont undo all the damage done by the media enabled Obama campaign but he seemed to get his point across….without media rewriting what he said for a change. And Im glad he pointed out the Obama campaign was simply attempting to smother economic news.
    I read an interesting piece at RCPolitics about the polls yesterday. The author suggests things are going to remain about what we see now until November. Neither candidate , he reasons can change that fact. The only big changes possible are externals..like a stock market crash or an Iranian war.
    So, we wont get…most likely any real encouragement in weekly poll numbers.
    And all of us..that want to see Obama gone…are going to have to do what media wont…present facts to readers/listeners everywhere, every chance we get.
    I think of that old film The Invisable Man with Claude Rains. As his bandages were removed and unwound…the invisable man was exposed the very same way Obama’s false persona is becomming undone.
    So we cant be discouraged by polls. Recall on 11/3/80…the polls still suggested “too close to call”.
    The rest is history.


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