Skip to comments.Newsweek, Like The President, Is Finished At The End Of The Year
Posted on 10/18/2012 4:59:15 PM PDT by Snuph
As I discussed with Rubin last night, the Obama campaign resembles nothing so much as John McCain's did at this point in 2008 --aware of its pending defeat, but struggling on and hoping for some enormous "game changer" to arrive. The discipline and professionalism of Team Romney minimizes that possibility, and the experience of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan will prevent unforced errors. Even if the Gallup tracking tightens a bit, the edge is so great --and the early voting during these weeks of Romney ascenbdency so significant-- that the president knows and his inner circle knows there is defeat ahead. That sort of thing cannot be hidden. Which means the last debate will be even more off-putting than the last two as a desperate incumbent again tries to make up for the lack of a record on which to run, and the failure to develop anything resembling a second term agenda. To late for that as well. Turns out the "brain trust" in Chicago didn't have that many brains and ought not to have been trusted
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On Nov 7th, he’s going to open a drawer and begin signing so many unconstitutional EOs to effectively destroy America, as revenge. SHTF.
These words, like a razor sharp blade, run straight through the empty suit. I only hope it comes to pass.
Newsweek's editor, Evan Thomas (grandson of Socialist leader, Normon Thomas) worships at the cult of Obamaism.
So when is Time going to fold?
Somebody, Quick! change the locks of the white hut Nov 6 when bozo is at his party.
Aw. Did I say that with enough fake sincerity?
Its all over but the crying. They are already pulling the velvet art off the walls and packing up the Choom Wagon.
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