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What's the Matter With Obama

What's the Matter With Obama By Robert D. Novak Monday, April 21, 2008; Page A15 Traveling the country the past few months, I have encountered habitual Republican voters so entranced by Barack Obama's potential to lead the nation that they plan to vote for him in November. Once Hillary Clinton's supporters return to the fold, Obama Republicans could produce a Democratic presidential landslide. But Obama's recent missteps jeopardize their support and imperil his election. These apostate Republicans were never deluded into considering him anything other than a doctrinaire liberal who wants a more intrusive government, with higher taxation and tougher regulation. But they have leaned toward him as an exceptional candidate in the mold of John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan, a post-partisan leader and a welcome contrast to George W. Bush's failed presidency. That impression is threatened by Obama's performance the past 10 days, climaxing in Wednesday night's d

Mitt Romney is the Hillary Clinton of the Republican Party

Why is Ann Coulter campaigning for Hitler, Hillary and Romney? The one thing all three had in common is a gay agenda. "Coulter noted, if McCain made former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney his vice president, she would support the Republican ticket."[http://www.cnsnews.com/ViewPolitics.asp?Page=/Politics/archive/200802/POL20080208f.html] Romney or Giuliani being the VP would be a reason for me and many pro-family voters not to vote for McCain. Although we could never join Ann in voting for Clinton. Maybe Coulter needs to ask Hillary to make Romney her VP. Fred Unlike McCain, Hitler 'Had a Coherent Tax Policy,' Coulter Says By Matt Purple CNSNews.com Correspondent February 08, 2008 (Clarification: Ann Coulter's appeared at the Omni Shoreham hotel but not at CPAC.) Washington (CNSNews.com) - In a speech at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C., Friday, just down the hall from the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), author Ann Coulter said th