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susan page is your typical extreme left newsperson. None of her articles are connected to facts. Sure, you can control the results you put out by the sources you choose. Yellow journalism at its very best.
Come on. This is typical media functioning as agitprop for Obama. We worked our sources - hahahah.
Obama's pragmatism has been his genius, but communication has often been his Achilles heel. I think the strategy behind the leak was the aforementioned pragmatism.
it's about votes, dem's want to be seen as for latino, free votes for them, except the taxpayers will pay for this for decades, many illegals (barely literate in their on language, barely employable), will be on public assistance as long as they are here.
And when things get tough ... GO GOLFING with TIGER WOODS.
....and send your wife skiing with 2 government jets full of accompanying friends, secret service and administrative staff.
Heck, Marie-Antoinette, the country can afford it.
"By Any Measure, the Jobs Disaster Continues -Twelve million out of work, 48 million on food stamps, 11 million on disability. All that's missing: bread lines.""The labor-force participation rate has dropped to the lowest level since 1981. It reflects discouraged workers who have dropped out of the labor force. If it were not for the dropouts, the formally announced unemployment rate would be around 9.8%, not the headline 7.9%."
(Wall Street Journal Feb 15)
Spin away to defend your President 51%. If what he is doing was working, we would be seeing the results 4 years later.
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