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Obama's Familiar Jobs Push: Roads, Bridges and Green Energy

As the Washington Examiner pointed out, during his three-minute speech this morning, President Obama required two, high-tech teleprompters.  He was announcing that a jobs plan would be unveiled next week and that an academic, Alan Krueger, had been nominated as chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors.  Most of the original members of the team have left, indicating there's a problem, particularly with producing results.  The jobs speech, set to take place next week, contains the familiar agenda and messaging that's been previously pushed by the White House, which begs many questions.  Regardless, a jobs push by Obama is not intended to produce results, but rather it's politically motivated for his 2012 re-election campaign.

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Experience is Not a Prerequisite for GOP or Any Presidential Candidates

This is now my second shot at this article, as I got sidetracked during the first attempt.  The GOP presidential field will likely gain more candidates, thus it's silly to back anyone at this point in time.  We can all at least agree that a tin can would be a better president than Barack Obama - at least a tin can can't enforce regulation by government fiat.  We also know that there are some candidates who simply don't have a chance and are in the race for attention and to raise their social stature.  A criticism that is often argued by political pundits is the level of experience a candidate possesses.  You'll hear how a member of the House of Representatives has virtually no chance of being elected and other reasons why an individual's experience hinders their chances of winning.  That notion is no longer applicable, thanks to Barack Obama.

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Obama May Be Losing His Radical Liberal Base

Over the weekend, an interesting and shocking op-ed appeared in liberal New York Times.  Written by Drew Westen, a liberal Emory University psychology professor, wrote an article that depicted President Barack Hussein Obama in the same light as conservative Tea Party patriots view him: an incompetent, inexperienced man who voted nothing but present as an Illinois State Senator.  Byron York at The Washington Examiner, a very intelligent conservative columnist, took a deeper look at the article, but more importantly, the issue that the far-left, extreme liberal base that bows to Obama's every beck and call, aren't happy with their Messiah.  This is par for the course for the worst president in American history.

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