Summing Up the Presidential Election in Three Charts

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  1. William King says:

    I am concerned with both sides views, or what each side says about the other sides intrest in the middle income and elderly.


  2. Gregg Kent says:

    I don’t dare let the Republicans extend the Afgan war and/or start another one for their war profitteers.


    S. Sheridan Reply:

    This is why we as Americans can’t move forward – because we can’t learn from the past. Today being the 11th anniversary of the terror attacks it’s mind-numbing the amount of people who believe we went to war for war-profits. Get with the program people and stop blaming a response to attack for the useless politics of the last few years. If I remember correctly, both sides (including Hillary) voted for the Iraq war, yet people somehow forget that.


  3. Jim Frazin says:

    In a world of liars, Rupert Murdock starts here.


    Jim Frazin Reply:

    Oops, Murdoch


    ceb Reply:

    Unbelevable. Calling RM a liar with Von Erkelstein in the White House. Looks like selective hearing.


  4. Jim Frazin says:

    Couldn’t resist the above comment.

    However, so far, I like what I see in this column.


  5. Dale in Wy says:

    The re-election needs to stand on fact, rather than fiction. The re-election would need to completely remake its entire self, from the inside out… and there simply isn’t any motive. The election must be able to convince folks that this isn’t just another sharp tongue, fast talking progressive that will continue down the road that is so well laid out in front of us, but that the path less taken, maybe a little more difficult, and might just make folks actually work for their resources, will be the conservative, and American path to be taken. Also that the increasing size of the government is not increasing the benefits to anyone in the long run. Eating cake for one day… is not as good as eating ….. for a lifetime. The challange to the voters, will be keeping a very close eye on exactly what happens on the first Friday following the election… and the first Friday following the first of the new year. Then, to maintain an involved and informed postion, in spite of the so called information media we have presenting the “news” today.


  6. TJ in TX says:

    Well stated Dale! Here’s a man who knows the truth and lives in reality. You’re a great American Dale.
    Gregg Kent from 9/7 posting: What planet are you from? The lack of oxygen has affected your truth and reality receptors. Come back to earth.


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