Boy! The pollsters sure taught Barack Obama a thing or two! If the election happened tomorrow, do you know who would beat him like a rented farmer’s mule? Mitt Romney! Of course, there’s a catch. The election was a year ago, and Mitt was the mutt that just didn’t quite have the sniff when it counted. Could this be the sign that the Progressives are finally on the way down from their hubris-laden perches of power and influence? It could be, but I have my skeptical doubts. Yesterday we learned shocking news. Over 100 million Americans have signed up at healthcare.gov! Gappedo couldn’t build enough Pinocchios to rate this on the Washington Post lie scale, so we’re calling it a gaffe. It also comes on the heels of a less amusing foray into the domain of amateur male bovine scatology. It seems the US Census Bureau’s September 2012 Unemployment Report may have been a foray into the magical world of statistical engineering. The NY Post tells us the following:
Jason Johnson is Chief Political Strategist to Senator Ted Cruz. — Erick Much ink is being spilled concerning the elections yesterday. In my view, the spin being offered by Democrats and much of the media misses what really happened. Several observations on the elections: (1) Chris Christie should be congratulated. He won a big victory in a state that is | Read More
Feature of the Day: Broccoli’s Extreme Makeover Morning Headlines Domestic Associated Press Feds: Navy Secrets Bought With Hookers, Gaga Tix Legislative Prayer Gets Supreme Court Review Biden, Rubio Head to Virginia for Governor’s Race Politico Ken Cuccinelli fights stench of doom Senate Democrats to White House on Obamacare: Fix it Google’s Eric Schmidt hammers the NSA Reuters Wisconsin voter ID law challenge set to go to trial Obama, Democrats seek to make Virginia governor’s race a Tea Party referendum Google’s Schmidt says NSA spying outrageous if true—WSJ Wall Street Journal Pentagon Toils to Build a Bomber on a Budget Shooting Renews Debate on Armed Officers Obama Shifts Focus in Bid for Momentum Washington Post For consumers whose health premiums will go up under new law, sticker shock leads to anger Why Chuck backed Hillary. And why now. Agencies can’t always tell who’s dead and who’s not, so benefit checks keep coming Washington Times Obama: McAuliffe ‘a man who knows how to work’; VA. Governor’s race winds down Medicaid preference could strap states under Obamacare
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