The News Dissector – Saturday, October 27, 2012
”Republicans seem more united by their own aversion of Obama than their affinity to Romney. The latter’s lack of consistency, inability to form and staunchly defend a cohesive vision, and clearly expressed disinterest in 47 per cent of American voters (per a leaked video recording) makes him hardly the long-awaited savior. Moreover, disorganized and divided Republicans between traditional conservatives, Tea Party supporters and religious zealots among others are hardly ready for the coveted ‘landslide’, as boldly anticipated by Keith Edwards in the American Thinker (October 02).”
BONUS TRACK: How the FBI bosses the White House The Guardian UK
Barack Obama may have struck a delicate balance with Robert Mueller, but the 104-year history of the FBI is littered with clashes between presidents and feds – and it’s the Bureau that comes out on top.