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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

 





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Gallup gives Romney great news:
The race is tied again as Obama's bounce dies

Obama's dead aardvark bounce (more thud than a cat's)
as debates loom. Will he tell Mitt he's likeable enough?
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The Secret (Weapon) Romney Tapes
Mother Jones admits that the tape is perhaps altered
and has missing minutes. It's Trayvon time.
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Distinct Visions: Obama, 1998, Espouses 'Redistribution'
Save time, Google Joe the Plumber. He knows all about it.
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Romney: I'll deliver recovery, not dependency
What the race is all about. Thanks, David Corn
and Mother Jones.
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Russia expels USAID development agency
Guess they couldn't wait for Obama to be flexible.
Or is this a sign?
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Spontaneous as a Symphony
Why is Islam so special? The answer is, it’s not.
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All-out Middle East war as good as it gets
Here's some original thinking. Perhaps not
as crazy as it sounds.
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Top 5 Revelations You Haven't Yet Heard from
Amazing revelations you still don't know about.
Woodward needs a new press agent.
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Media lap dogs in hot pursuit of the wrong story
Covering for the evolution of a silver tongue, forked.
The Obamamedia pounces on non-stories to save their "savior."
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Must Reads for Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Yesterday's Must-Reads for those who missed.
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Ldotter Note: Don't Forget to Visit TheConnection
The Place Where Eagles Gather.
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