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The Coming Romney Landslide

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Our friends in the LSM are trying to convince themselves that  Obama’s “presidential” handling of the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, along with the effusive praise he received from Gov. Christie, will push him over the finish line on Tuesday. Images of the One playing dress-up in a bomber jacket, and hugging a couple of storm victims before jetting off to another screech fest of silly slogans, versus images of people in Manhattan dumpster diving, not to mention his demonstrable and pathetic performance on the economy. Seems like a no brainer
The two biggest battleground prizes are Ohio & Florida. We’ll be joined today by experts on the ground in both of these states to help us figure out what to make of the dizzying array of polls. Jacob Larger, a contributor to Third Base Politics, and Sarah Rumpf, publisher of Sunshine State Sarah. I’ll ask them both if they agree with me that all the clichès repeated endlessly today by the talking heads about the presidential race being “so close,” even “tied,” so that we are in for a “late night” are not true. Chicago journalist/blogger Marathon Pundit will tell us about the invitation he got from the Obama campaign to attend and “election night” (not “victory”) party.
Obama’s home state Illinois is Ex A for those who want to see the results of liberal democrat, big government, tax-and-spend policies.Dr. Barbara Bellar, candidate for the IL State Senate, will join us to respond to her opponent’s recent accusations that she has inflated her resume, and explain what a lawsuit over strip searches has to do with her opponent’s qualifications for office.
Not only are Obama’s policies are failure at home. Nearly 2 months ago, Ambassador Stevens and 3 other brave Americans were murdered in Benghazi, and we still don’t have the answers to at least two critical questions.
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