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The Brief Against Obama Just Got Longer

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The New York Times labels the latest jobs numbers and future job growth prospects “tepid.” Imagine what the description would be if George W. Bush was running in 2004 or Ronald Reagan in 1984 on 8.2% unemployment and the promise of future improvement after an 850 billion dollar stimulus and massive increases in government spending across the board leading to $5 trillion in red ink in one term.

No wonder Mitt Romney raised $100 million in June, and no wonder Americans of all philosophies will continue to send cash to him and the key GOIP challengers for Senate seats. The president is clueless about the economy and absent a U-turn we are in for another four years of this nightmare, one that will get worse as Obamacare unleashes its catastrophic consequences on the private sector.

The Brief Against Obama just got longer, but three of its early chapters —“The Nightmare of Obamacare,” “A Failed ‘Stimulus’,” and “Swelling the Rolls of the Unemployed”– remain the heart of the domestic policy case against voting for the president’s re-election. Given the numbers today, there may have been wisdom in waiting to enter the contest, although the entries are getting longer and more sophisticated, if edgier. Ease up on the Chief, Cornelius. The Obamacare decision may yet yield great things, and he’s a great patriot even if you part company on the most recent decision. Citizens United was a great blow for freedom and the Chief Justice’s concurrence there of great importance, and he will write many more such concurrences and opinions.

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