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The Obama Morning News || November 21, 2012

GOP 2016 primary campaign has already begun . . . Politico
Nearly 100 House Republicans oppose Rice . . . Fox News
Americans unaware of Obamacare changes . . . Washington Post
Obama tries hands-on approach to Middle East . . . Washington Post
Is economic growth over for the United States? . . . Steven Hayward
Gen. Allen resumes command in Afghanistan . . . Associated Press
Watchdog group wants probe of EPA chief’s secret emails . . . Daily Caller

2 Responses to The Obama Morning News || November 21, 2012

  1. Every headline in today’s “Morning New” is depressing in it’s own way.
    The Repubs are starting their 2016 campaign with a net-minus base and no traction to raise the discussion.

    House Repubs throw a hissy fit over SusanRice’s successful, but untrue, narrative about the massacre in Bengazi to hide the fact that they will never be able to tell the truth about what was going on before the attack.

    It’s not that Americans don’t understand Obamacare health benefits, they don’t have any idea of how it will be enforced and the impact it will have on our economy.

    Economic growth may be over for our country because of draconian tax and regulations that make earning and keeping profits in America impossible.

    Instead of heading back to Afganistan, General Allen should have resigned to protect the integrity of the military that he has besmirched .

  2. The House will not confirm Rice. It’s the job of the Senate, the Democrats need Republican votes, so let’s see what the Republican Senators will do. Rice is not unimportant, but the questions of who told the military to step down and do nothing to save Stevens and of why the concerns of the ambassador were never addressed prior to the attack are the most pressing. Will we ever get answers on those questions? Will they even be posed? I’m beginning to think not.