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By Carole on Nov 4, 2012
In the final days of a long, grueling campaign things can get ugly. In President Barack Obama's current re-election campaign, things started out ugly and have devolved into a steaming pile of nationally embarrassing desperation. As our Candidate-in-Chief says whatever he can think of to save his own career, the latest and hopefully final example was his response to a crowd that booed at the mere mention of Governor Mitt Romney's name. "Voting is the best revenge," said the president.
By Carole on Oct 27, 2012
After four years of broken promises, failed economic policies and a foreign policy in tatters; President Barack Obama has come up with a new and exciting idea to save his presidency: an exclamation point. According to a campaign spokeswoman, Team Obama has replaced the period at the end of "Forward" on placards and banners with an exclamation point that reflects "the stakes in this election and energy at our events."
By Carole on Oct 23, 2012
With a respectful nod to Ernest Thayer, TalkingSides presents...
Obama At The Debates
The outlook was quite rosy for the president that day
The polls showed just a tiny lead but the media had its say
So even though there seemed to be no need to play the game
To Denver went the candidates to rumble just the same.
By Carole on Sep 20, 2012
For months we've seen hundreds polls on the upcoming presidential race from every organization imaginable. There have been polls showing bounces and anti-bounces, polls showing a slight lead for one candidate and then the other and, most often, polls showing the race is a dead heat within the margin of error. But instead of the usual four percent most polls claim as the margin of error, a new poll (yes, I see the irony) shows the real difference between the poll results and the election results could be much more.
By Carole on Aug 31, 2012
After almost a full term in the Oval Office, President Barack Obama still has no idea how to be an effective American president. A little over 2 months before he could even get the job, Republican nominee Mitt Romney proved that he knows how it's done.