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Remmeber when Rep. Paul Ryan looked the President directul in his face and shredded him over the budget implications of ObamaCare?

Watch the video below and consider why some Republican strategists are worried about Mitt Romney’s choice of Ryan as his running mate?

I think the strategists that are fretting are in the White House and are feeding these stories to the Beltway press.


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Wolf Blitzer of CNN calls out Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz on Democratic talking points and exposes the outright falsehoods.

Here is the video and see for yourself:

Poor DWS she really is stumped to go beyond her prepared remarks, but will everyday voters understand?

Will Senior Citizens, who have high voter engagement (in other words, they vote a lot) be able to understand that Medicare reform really will NOT affect them in their lifetimes?

Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan will attempt to make the argument.

If they are successful, they win the White House. If not, then they will lose “BIG.”


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Dick Cheney is certainly back in the political arena.

The former Vice President minces no words about President Barack Obama.

Former Vice President Dick Cheney, in his first interview since a heart transplant operation in March, blasted President Obama calling him “one of our weakest presidents.”

“Obviously, I’m not a big fan of President Obama,” said Cheney in an excerpt from an interview with ABC News aired Monday on “Good Morning America.” “I think he’s been one of our weakest presidents.  I fundamentally disagree with him philosophically, be hard put to find any Democratic president I disagree with more.”

Asked by ABC’s Jonathan Karl if Obama was “worse than Jimmy Carter in your perspective,” Cheney responded “yes.”

I don’t know about worse than Carter.

During Carter’s Presidency we had foreign policy humiliation (Iranian hostage crisis and failed rescue attempt), a poor economy (stagflation) and gasoline lines.

At least President Obama has had some foreign policy success with the killing of Bin Laden. But, the economy has been extremely poor and he will have to justify his policy decisions in the November election.

Here is the Cheney interview in an embedded video below:

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The Friday jobs report is out and it is, well, not so good – especially for President Obama.

The U.S. economy created just 80,000 jobs in June and the unemployment rate held steady at 8.2 percent, reflecting continued slow growth in the economy with the presidential election just four months away.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics said private payrolls increased 84,000, while the government lost 4,000 jobs. Economists expected job growth of about 100,000 and the unemployment rate to be unchanged, though many had increased their forecasts based on some recent indicators.

With yet another month of weak employment growth, the second quarter marks the worst three-month period in two years. The period averaged just 75,000 per month, against 226,000 in the first quarter, which benefited from an unusually mild winter.

May’s weak initial 69,000 report was revised upward to 77,000, which made the June growth essentially the same. The April number was revised lower, from 77,000 to 68,000.

“What a disappointing number,” said Jeff Savage, regional chief investment officer for Wells Fargo Private Bank. “This was kind of disastrous. We’re not even keeping up with demographics at this point. This is not going to be liked in the markets.”

The stock market, where futures had been essentially flat before the jobs number was released at 8:30 am ET, fell sharply, though that disappointment could be tempered by hopes of more stimulus from Washington.

With Mitt Romney falling in the polls lately, this should re-ignite his campaign and refocus his narrative on jobs and the economy.

President Obama may have won a victory when the Supreme Court ruled ObamaCare constitutional, but the economy is still not growing and the unemployment rate is high.

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