Tuesday Reading

16 Jun

czaronRepublicans of the Future
by Mark McKinnon, The Daily Beast

In order to rebuild, Republicans need to identify the people who have something—good ideas, popularity, vision, and a good record.
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President Obama Predicts Unemployment Will Hit 10% This Year
Political Punch

In January, the incoming administration predicted in a white paper study that without a huge stimulus package, unemployment would reach just over 8%, and would be contained at under 8% with a stimulus package.
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America’s Fatal Attraction
David Limbaugh, TownHall

If it weren’t for this disturbing phenomenon — not to discount a healthy dose of blind partisanship — it is inconceivable that the majority of people would tolerate Obama’s dismantling of America’s free market system, his returning America to a pre-9/11 mindset against terrorists, his increasing usurpations of power, and his corrupt ties and practices, from the public funding of ACORN to the summary dismissal of the case against the Black Panthers to his firing of inspector general Gerald Walpin apparently for uncovering corruption by Obama’s friends.
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Why Obama Scares Me, Too
Chuck Norris, TownHall

You scare me because you promise to defend the U.S. against all potential enemies yet pacify those harboring terrorists, fight for the rights of combative detainees, and enable the enemies of Israel.
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The Obama Effect: U.S. Enemies Seeing Weakness
The New York Post

Our president’s public flagellation of America only emboldened the junta in Tehran — leaving Iran’s power brokers more defiant, determined and dismissive than they’ve been in years.
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