The comments on the last couple of debates have been extraordinary – looking forward to hearing from all of you again as the debate progresses and afterward. Update: The debate has concluded. Here’s a link to the transcript. Here’s the full video.
Think about it for a moment. We’re going to be hearing during tonight’s debate about two things President Obama bills as his banner foreign policy achievements – killing Osama Bin Laden and ending the Iraq War. But it turns out George W. Bush shares success for the former and is owed most of the credit for the latter. It was the capabilities built by Bush
Or at least pick up some support. I have a piece running on the Reuters website today, “Romney’s big chance with Jewish voters.” Romney tonight can hit on a host of issues that are important to Jewish voters – not to mention the many conservatives who are diehard Israel supporters. These include Obama’s failure to reign in the Iranian nuclear program, his tilt toward the
National polls are now consistently giving Gov. Mitt Romney an edge with just over two weeks left until Election Day, as two new surveys each show the GOP nominee with a narrow lead. A Politico Battleground poll released today gives Romney a two-point margin, 49-47 percent – a three point swing from from a survey taken last week. From the piece: Romney has not led
That’s the theme of my latest piece for Politico. Obama is running a campaign that is so ludicrously cartoonish, he must have a low opinion of the intelligence of the American people. From the piece: Obama shows his contempt when he fails to be specific about what he will do if he is reelected president. And he shows his contempt when he draws a caricature
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