With all the coverage of the wonderful story of the rescue of the miners in Chile, you may not have heard that it was good old American ingenuity that got the job done. Take a minute and read this story about Jeff Hart of Colorado who flew in, dug the hole and got the miners out. President Obama has said many times that he doesn't believe in "American Exceptionalism ". Hey, the Greeks believe that they are exceptional too, the President says. I think there is something very special about a country that produces people like Jeff Hart. What do you think?
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The Baltimore Sun is a very liberal newspaper, similar to the Boston Globe. So the fact that the Sun's television critic is stepping up and writing such a devastating column on the Democratic National Committee's new attack ad
speaks volumes about how dishonest the ad is. The scene of the young woman being robbed in a dark parking garage is
disgusting. Even more shameful is the fact that the President of the United States is saying the very same thing in campaign speeches around the country. Remember candidate Barack Obama, telling us that he wanted to bring our
country together? Well no president my lifetime had done more to tear our country apart. This is one more reason why you HAVE to get out and vote on November 2. Watch The Ad here. Tell us what you think of the ad and if it is true at email@example.com
It's been one of the worst weeks for major Democrat candidates that anyone can remember. And as Congressman Tierney continues to duck questions about his wife's role in a multi-million dollar illegal gambling and money laundering scheme, as candidate for state auditor (who is suppose to be the taxpayer's watchdog) Bump still defends her two home tax scam and candidate for Congress Keating runs away from news accounts documenting very questionable fundraising practices, the Boston Herald sums it all it very neatly ... "THE ARROGANCE OF POWER" ... Read it here and let us know what you think. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Peggy Noonan doesn't think so. Read her WSJ column here and let us
know what you think. This is the year for issues and the future of our
country. Will the Democrat's strategy of personal negative attacks backfire?
We will know for sure on November 2. Tell us what you think of this article by emailing us at email@example.com.
And I don't mean George Bush writes the WSJ's Kim Strassel in her weekly column. Boy has the worm turned quickly for President Obama. Now his fellow Democrats are running away from him and his policies. And most are refusing to show up at his events when he comes to their states. Read the sad story here and think about what it means for November's election. Tell us what you think at firstname.lastname@example.org
Isn't it nice of the Wall Street Journal Editorial Board to come up with a plan to try and save the Democrats? Of course they won't do it. Read all about it here Do you think the Democrats have a chance to retain the majority? Or will the Republicans take back the House and Senate? Tell us what you think by emailing us at email@example.com
Here's a very interesting WSJ interview with Scott Rasmussen, who is a regular guest on our show and the best political pollster in America. You can see, Scott already has a strong sense of the political factors that will play a key role in this year's election. We expect a new Rasmussen poll on the Massachusetts Governors race very soon. We will have Scott on to discuss it when that happens. How do you think the next Rasmussen poll will turn out? Tell us what you think by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
When Politico's chief political correspondent goes this hard after President Obama , you know it was a bad move. Was the statement a bad move for President Obama and the Democrats fighting for re-election this fall? Tell us what you think by emailing us at email@example.com or text us at 680680.